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Originally Posted by benw View Post
just got done doing this, very easy! good write-up. Wanted to add that the small silver washers are on a 3-4 week backorder from Porsche, very frustrating. I ordered everything except those, and picked up some grade 8 washers from Ace that are very nearly identical, by going off the pics in this thread.

The car shifts better, and definitely is more solid feeling when you take corners. No additional engine noise at idle or any other time, and I have a 964 RS flywheel and upgraded clutch.
Would you mind sharing the PN please? Thanks.
 
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999-025-074-01-M100

Looks like I spoke too soon, Pelican shows 9 left in stock. At $10.00 a pop though, it's too rich for my blood still. The Ace grade 8 are nearly identical and work great.

Pelican link:
http://www.pelicanparts.com/More_Inf...25-074-01-M100
 
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999-025-074-01
$7.59 at Sunset Porsche
 
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Originally Posted by pwdrhound View Post
So, if you are running these mounts without the silver washers, check them and install them before the gold washers fail. The second picture is of the mount properly installed with both the silver and gold washers in place.
Originally Posted by winnigt2 View Post
attachment should be the porsche technical info about rs motormount
So the RS mounts 964-375-043-81 come with the gold washers and not the heavy duty silver 999-025-074-01? From the tech bulletin, the mounts come with washers 999-025-091-02 (those are the gold ones)? I guess I would also ask what specifically comes with the mount 964-375-043-81?
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No other parts come with the mounts. Everything else has to be ordered separately.

But, if you order the mounts from Luke at Sunset he will assemble all the parts needed for you.
 
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I use the wevo motor mounts and had no issues at all with them.
 
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Great posts deserve a bump.

Helped me quite a bit.
Thanks Scott!
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I just installed these new motor mounts. One thing I noticed is that the pentosin that leaked out of my wing rams appears to have contributed to the demise of the old driver side motor mount. It was squishy and soft inside, totally shot. The passenger side mount appeared to be in okay shape. Something to consider when dealing with leaky rams.
 
 
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