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Old 10-20-2012, 03:27 PM   #26
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2010 WRX (SSM)
Stg 2+ 310/370, 6sp R180


im in for the "Soft" mounts.

2010 WRX

Koni Yellow + RCE black
Whiteline FULL BUSHING rear subframe and rear diff mounts. (KDT905, KDT906, and KDT907) should be a testament that im more than capable of install tasks
Whiteline 22mm rear sway bar
RalliTek HD endlinks
Kartboy short shifter with poly shifter bushings
Kartboy solid endlinks all around
Rally Armor mudflaps
17x9 +44 Work Emotion CR Kai wheels
Subaru FHI 4-pot front calipers
StopTech SS brake lines
StopTech Street Performance pads
Grimmspeed brake master cylinder brace (another testament to install dedication lol)

i also have a spearco TMIC waiting to be installed, but im waiting to get some other supporting engine mods before i do that install.

car is my daily driver. drive roughly 80-100mi day between work and going to see the GF.

Whiteline Subframe and Rear diff bushing writeup:

Thread following my quest to build a more effective/lighter/neater/simpler sway bar (since i got the inspiration from you guys in the first place ) :

thanks for the consideration
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Old 10-20-2012, 04:49 PM   #27
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03 wrx with 04 sti engine and trans daily driven year round plus a few autocross's a year and a couple trips to the drag strip. Fp red and supporting mods at 25psi. The only mounts I've done so far are rear diff and outrigger bushings but I've driven other cars with solid mounts to compare to. Ive been a mechanic for 8 years and I have access to a lift for install and can send better installed pics then the average guy under his car on jack stands.
I'd be intrested in the harder mounts.
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Old 10-20-2012, 08:14 PM   #28
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Location: Bethlehem, PA
2007 Impreza 2.5i
Crystal gray metallic

Default Tester?

Not the "typical" car on here but I'll toss my name in as I'm looking to do mounts soon (before next autox season)

I'm a professional mechanic by trade and able to install these very quickly.
Currently every bushing other then my engine mounts are upgraded or re-enforced in some way. Seriously considering the cusco kit, might have to wait for a TIC variant now

Mod list on my 07 2.5i

Custom "hybrid" intake
Custom 2.25" header-back exaust w/ 4" magnaflow and obx sp muffler
TWE header
Rallitek cams
Open Source tune
ACT 10.9 lb flywheel
Stock replacement Exedy clutch kit

Rallitek front shifter stay bushings
Kartboy rear diff. bushings
Kartboy rear diff. outrigger bushings
Hardened trans mount (filled stocker with urethane)

Whiteline "com-c" hardened strut tops front
Group-n rally hardened strut tops rear
Swift spec-r lowering springs F 5.1k/285lb, R 4.9K/275lbs
Tokiko D-spec adjustable lowering struts
Energy suspension F+R front lower control arm bushings
Rallitek N/A fitment 22mm FSB
Rallitek 22,23,24mm adj RSB (set to 23mm)
Rallitek HD RSB body mounts
Audi (04 a6 front) rear endlinks
Whiteline Adj. rear control arms
Energy suspension F+R traling arm bushings
Whiteline poly steering rack bushings
Kartboy Subframe lockdown bolts

Full front Legacy GT (05-09) brake swap (12.4 in front rotor vs stock 10.8)
H-6 rear rotor conversion (11.4 in vs 10.5 stock)
Stoptech Stainless steel Brake lines
TIC master cylinder brace
F+R Hawk HP+ pads

17x9 et38 Drag DR-38 flat black
235/40R17 Federal 595 rs-r
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Old 10-21-2012, 08:57 PM   #29
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What a hassle it was to get into the Subaru game at first. After about a year and a half of searching and twice that saving, I finally became the proud of owner of an 06 SGM wrx. Currently the car sits at 40k miles and the car has been great ever since. I got bit early by the mod bug and ever since have been tinkering with the car, trying to make it handle as best as possible while keeping a level of comfort for daily driving. For that reason the "soft" mounts would be ideal in my particular situation.

The car has become a project for my father and I and everything we have done has been an excellent experience. Luckily we have a large arsenal of tools to aid any and all "driveway" mechanics. We have learned so much over the past 3 years since I have got the car, and there is so much more to learn and do.

Mod list:

1. 04/05 Tails
2. OEM V limited lip (Refinished)
3. Rally armor mud flaps
4. Rota Grids 17x7.5 w/ Michelin PSS (225/45/17)
5. 05 LGT Wheels w/ Bridgestone WS-50 (Winter Mode!)
6. Technafit SS Lines w/ ATE Super Blue

1. Cobb turbo back exhaust (Stage 2 OTS)
2. Avo drop in filter
3. Silencer delete elbow

1. Ebay Front strut tower bar
2. Ebay H-Brace
3. Whiteline 24mm rear adjustable sway bar
4. Whiteline 22mm fixed front sway bar
5. Group N Tranny mount
6. Kartboy front and rear shifter stay bushings
7. TiC cross memeber bushings
8. Kartboy subframe botox bolts
9. TiC Race Rear Diff bushings
10. Kartboy Race outrigger bushings
11. Jdm Sti cowl stays
12. Whiteline Group 4 coilovers (Revalved too TIC SST Spec 7k,5k springs)
13. Whiteline Com-C Front mounts
14. Group N rear top hats
15. Whiteline rear endlinks
16. Kartboy Front Endlinks
17. Carlabs X-Brace
18. Free Castor Mod
19. Kartboy SS + bushings
20. Alignment done by AZP (Camber -2.4 F, -1.5 R)

1. Black Sti floor mats
2. Sti 5 speed shift knob
3. OEM Rubber mats (for winter)
4. Red Hazard Button
5. Oem style dead pedal
6. Black Sti Limited HVAC knobs
7. Sti Shifter Trim

Worth a shot, thanks a lot guys!

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Old 10-22-2012, 12:18 PM   #30
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Location: Monterey, CA
2008 WRX STI


I'd love to be considered for this. Engine mounts are among the next couple things I plan on putting on my car.

About my car:
2008 sti
76xxx miles
Perrin uppipe
Perrin downpipe
Perrin headers
Perrin catback
Polyurethane Exhaust hangers
Walbro fuel pump
Halman pro Rx mbc
Tic & kartboy ---
Short throw shifter
Pivot linkage bushing
Front & rear stays
Shifter linkage bushings
Group n tranny mount
Crossmember bushings
Whiteline front & rear sways
RalliTEK end links
Whiteline lower control arm brace
Dba front & rear rotors
Hawk pads
Boost & oil pressure gauges
& random engine dress up

I'm sure I forgot something but that's the major gist of it.

I'm doing a full engine rebuild in December. After that I'm going to install a FMIC and larger turbo + more supporting mods.

Up till this point I've done everything listed myself except for the fuel pump and mbc simply to give my tuner a little extra $$$ when I had my tune done considering I bought the parts through him.

Also, it's also worth mentioning that everything I do to my car is a learn as I go. Prior to these mods I could rotate tires, change oil and such. I've accumulated a great set of tools and knowledge since then. So if you're looking for the perspective of someone who is an amateur/learning tuner, I'd be more than happy to write a well written and honest write up on this product with tons of pictures. If not, I'll probably buy it after I read someone else's review on it.

Currently the car is my daily. It sees a small local autox event once a month or so as well as much spirited driving on the windy roads to and from work.

Thank you for considering me.
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Old 10-22-2012, 05:08 PM   #31
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2005 Super Slow STi


Clint, I have Cusco mounts in my car and can compare them to the hard mounts if you would like.
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Old 10-24-2012, 04:54 PM   #32
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2011 wrx sti
world rally blue


i would be willing to try either style of them to be honoest.

i am fully able to turn my own wrench
i will install and review as soon as i recieve them.
i have supporting mods as well
hi my name is dakota doerr

i believe i would be a good candidate to review your product because im punctual, ill get the review done right away and
wont make you wait and i am also a every day diy'er like the customers that will be purchasing your products.

my car is 04 psm wrx.
my mods are my mods are
turbo xs tmic
vf39 turbo
catless turbo back exhaust
sti uppipe
deatschwerks 565cc spec c injectors
deatschwerks 301 fuel pump
cobb intake
cobb maf hose
borla header
perrin turbo inlet
perrin turbo blanket
perrin front shifter bushing
perrin rear shifter bushing
perrin rear subframe lockdown kit
perrin pitch stop mount
perrin shift knob
perrin gauge pod
perrin ebcs
perrin air filter
whiteline steering rack bushings
kartboy cross member bushings

what i do with my car is daily drive it sometimes go up to the track, and go up to beartooth pass that is where alot of us in
montana love to take our cars alot of twistys.its my baby and i take good care of it.here is a link to see pictures of my car on my local forum


and here are links to several of my review threads

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Old 11-02-2012, 11:30 PM   #33
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Hey, It's worth a shot, right?

2003 Forester 2.5XS

I have a lot of drivetrain bushing done on this car.
-Group-N Engine Mounts
-Group-N Transmission Mount
-Kartboy Transmission Crossmember Bushings
-Kartboy Rear diff Outrigger bushings
-Custom/Home Made Urethane Differential Main Bushings (no one makes any for the foz!)
-Kartboy Front and Rear shifter Bushings
-Kartboy Pitch Stop Mount

I've got experience installing motor mounts, and could am very intune with the change each bushing has made in my car. I Also can give you a comparison of the mounts v Group-N and Stock mounts. If the "soft" are still going to be harder than Group-N, i will do that, or if not, I'll go for the harder. Ahh, I also have very good ears for picking up extra noise that these bushing may create. I am very sensitive to the difference in clutch feel that many of the bushings have made on my car. It's nice not having a transmission deflect on soft rubber bushings everytime you push in the clutch.

The N/A engines have nice low end torque for seeing how well these guys hold up to quick on/off throttle applications at low speeds in first gear (where you would get the head banging from the stock mounts usually).

Other mods are mainly suspension. Sway Bars, struts/springs, subframe bolts, endlinks, etc. I drive usually a lot of High RPM engine braking, and also lots of stop and go (where stock bushings are absolutely terrible). I can bang out new motor mounts in 2 hours, and have plenty of free time most days.
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Old 11-03-2012, 05:51 PM   #34
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Location: Augusta, GA
07 STi


Are you guys going to post when you're done selecting? That way the anticipation will no longer be killing me ever so slowly...haha
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Old 11-06-2012, 11:00 PM   #35
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Location: Texas
2003 subaru wrx
sonic yellow


I'm alll in!
2003 sonic yellow wrx. Dd monthly auto-xer, weekend warrior. Occasionally attends local auto get togethers and drives.
Cobb ap v2
Aem cai
Turbo xs bov
Grimmspeed up
Perrin uncatted divorced dp, hks 3" hi-power midpipe, grimmspeed 3"-2.5" reducer into borla axelback. (sounds the way it should)
TiC bodacious bundle (love)
2004 STi drivetrain with hubs/knuckles and brembos.
Dba 4000s with stoptech performance pads.
Tein mono flex's with edfc. (love)
STi lower aluminum control arms.
Whiteline front 24mm adj swaybar.
Kartboy solid front endlinks
Poltec adj. trailing arms and poltec adj. control arms. (love)
Agency power rear 24mm adj swaybar.
Kartboy solid rear endlinks.
17x9 rota grids flat black et42, 245/45/17 bfg g-force sport.
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Old 11-07-2012, 08:35 AM   #36
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New engine mounts, just what I need, as the engine mounts are to soft for my use..

02 Impreza WRX
05 EJ257 engine - Tuned by selfe, 340HP / 360 lb/ft on VF39, 3" exhaust, FMIC, 740CC injectors - Planning blouch dominator after the winter season is over.
AST 5300 coilovers 7K /5K
Adjustable rear control arms
Alu front arms
22/22 whiteline ARB
misc bushing upgrades

The car is an alrounder, but mosty abused. Its a lot of trackdays, and we have some areas where we "play" in the area, particulary in the winter when there is snow all over the place. I also drive it to the store, the kindergarden and sometimes to work.

As for install, no problem, Im and educated car mechanic with a shop in my garage Im not to active on Nasioc, however I am at the local forum here in Scandinavia
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Old 11-07-2012, 11:22 AM   #37
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Location: Midtown, Houston, TX
2005 STi


Clint this time I'm not in the middle of a move or waiting for a set of wheels so I can actually get it done within 2 weeks no really

I have another car and this is NOT my daily, and I have a good digital SLR and I actually know how to use it instead of sticking it in full-automatic mode. Everything I do is documented on the car's website which sees about 4000 hits or so a day, and about 180k hits a month.

I'd like to review the soft mounts, but I'll leave it up to you to see what you want me to review.

What Car
2005 STi

List of stuff done to the car
Power Modifications:
Helix catless downpipe
Downpipe coated by Crucial Racing
SR*S eBay catback exhaust
K&N Typhoon short ram intake
Cobb AccessPort v2
Cobb Tuning 93/100 octane race map
Walbro 255lph in-tank pump
Go Fast Bits Stealth FX bypass valve – recirculated
Perrin Performance lightweight crank pulley

Dynojet at Big Valley Performance – 300hp
Mustang Dynamics at JTran Studio – 283hp

Suspension Modifications
Forward Trailing Arm Bushing (Enthusiast)
Rear Trailing Arm Bushing (Enthusiast)
Lateral Link Bushings (Enthusiast)

Brake Modifications
DBA Street Series slotted front and rear rotors
EBC Red brake pads
Techna-Fit stainless-steel brake lines
Dust shield removed
Harmonic dampener removed
Perrin master cylinder brace

Appearance Modifications:
Cobb Black/Red Shift Knob
Rota Grid 188.5 +44 wheels in Flat Black
Debadged and de-stickered
15% Llumar tint on side windows, 5% Llumar tint on rear windshield
White LED dome/map/trunk lights
JDM genuine Spec-C front lip
Smoked vinyl rear taillight by Underground Graphics
Smoked vinyl third brake light by Underground Graphics
License plate relocation kit by Grimmspeed

Functional Modifications:
ACT 6240618 6-Puck Sprung Racing Clutch
ACT SB013X Xtreme Pressure Plate
ACT 600235 StreetLite Flywheel
NRG carbon fiber hood struts
OEM foglamps
OEM Homelink mirror
OEM under-seat subwoofer
OEM alarm system/keyless entry
Cobb Short-Throw Shifter
Cobb Tuning turbo heatshield
Hardwired Valentine 1 radar detector
CountryJoyCrafts V1 rear view mirror mount
Fumoto oil drain valve
Kartboy Front Shifter Stay Bushing
Kartboy Rear Shifter Stay Bushing
Turn In Concepts Pivot Bushings
Turn In Concepts Shift Linkage Bushings
JDM intercooler sprayer button
Techna-Fit stainless-steel clutch line
CoolingWorks 160F thermostat
Denso Iridium IKH22 one step colder spark plugs
Kartboy stiffened exhaust hangers
PIAA Ion Crystal yellow H3 fog light bulbs
Muteki “Deep Black” 41885B M12x1.25 closed-end forged steel lug nuts

What I do With the Car
1/4 Drag (once or twice a month)
Local car meets and shows (once a month or so)
Cars and Coffee (1st Saturday of the month)
Local Subaru meet (Every Saturday evening)
Local car clubs (HPD, events throughout the month - next event is 11/11)
Local car shows (A few times a year, TX2K, Gillman Big Event, HIN, IFO, etc)
Planning on doing track days at MSR Houston soon (pending prep work with car)

The most recent event I attended is Gillman Subaru's Big Event:

Other Reviews I've Done
I do reviews, how-tos, tutorials, and DIYs.
They're posted on IWSTI, NASIOC, Reddit, ClubWRX, HoustonImports.

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Old 11-08-2012, 08:07 PM   #38
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2004 Forester STI


I may be late to this leg humping event, but I'll toss my...uh...libito into this.

I guess I should cover some key points that may be pertinent to the testing.
  • I have long been a bushing advocate. For everything I've spent on Subarus, including a significantly modified car of considerable step up in many areas, bushings have been and always will be my most significant and loved mods.
  • Bushings were one of my first mods on my old 2002 Forester, and I did not go lightly dropping in about $1k worth of Group N rubber bits everywhere. Other mods followed, but nothing changed my car as significantly as bushings.
  • I have driven bone stock, heavily bushinged, and driven stock bushinged and heavily bushinged cars of nearly the same setup back to back in auto-x.
  • In terms of engine mounts specifically, I went Group N, my bro Cusco. I've ridden and driven his Cusco slightly. He later went to Group N as it offered less NVH and more specifically equal NVH behavior.
  • My last car had all Group N engine and transmission bits. My current car has Group N transmission parts, but the previous owner felt no desire to upgrade engine mounts. This is to say my current engine mounts are stock, so I'm sort of in the market.
  • I'm in the market.
  • I am a skilled writer who has written many reviews and technical works on various forums. I am an honest and unbiased writer...or at least as much as any individual of a unique perception of reality can be. I can provide a plethora of said content if you wish.

The car this will be going on is a Forester XT. It is moderately modified with a built engine, 18G, full 6sp swap, upgraded suspension running D-Specs + GC 350/250 springs, etc. I use it for daily and for sport and have been doing so with my two Foresters for the last 6 years. I am the third owner of this car and have owned it for 1 year. The previous owners oddly felt a car with an 18G didn't have a need for upgraded engine mounts. I think there's room for improvement, but I have not yet budgeted for the package of upgrades I intend to perform on the car. Engine mounts are one part of this package.

Said car doing car like stuff:

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Old 11-19-2012, 05:48 PM   #39
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2007 F-STI-Her's


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Old 11-19-2012, 08:17 PM   #40
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& Quick Racked


Although I'd love free bits, and have done reviews in the past, I'm not in a position to do one right now.

I just wanted to say that Back Road Runner has done a ton to help this forum and the Subie community. He also, I feel, has the skills to really evaluate the part and write a review that properly reflects what the part does.
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Old 11-26-2012, 02:27 PM   #41
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2005 STi


Awesome, just wanted to add I tore up a few bushings this weekend from a rally, so I am currently in need of a set of engine bushings
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Old 12-10-2012, 05:53 PM   #42
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99 2.5TS (DEAD)


I already put in my submission (post 19) but I figured this was fitting. I knew my mounts were worn out but I didn't think I had broken them yet.

Sure enough, they fell off when I took the engine out over the weekend.

So when will these actually be for sale? Test or no test I just need some.
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Old 01-17-2013, 07:25 PM   #43
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2007 Impreza 2.5i
Crystal gray metallic


Any updates on these? Test results or availability?
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Old 03-15-2013, 03:51 AM   #44
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2004 S2000


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Old 03-17-2013, 08:06 PM   #45
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Did these ever get tested and/or are they ready for production?
I have a new longblock I'm putting together now and well, now's a good a time as any to put some new mounts in.
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Old 03-17-2013, 09:10 PM   #46
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Can we get teaser pics?
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Old 03-23-2013, 02:22 AM   #47
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2013 WRX Hatchback
Satin White Pearl


Im very interested in being a tester!

2013 WRX
-Cobb SF Intake
-Cobb Accessport with stage 1 map
-Kartboy shifter bushings
-Kartboy short shifter

I have not done that much to my car because i am a full time university student with no money haha and because i only recently purchase my car. I drive my car close to 20 miles daily and have taken it to a local karting track in my area twice for time attack just so i can get some base times down so in the future when i have more modifications i can see the improvements.
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Old 03-24-2013, 11:07 AM   #48
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2006 OBP WRX Wagon


any updates from the selected testers?

actually, I don't see TiC post up who was chosen...
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Old 06-29-2013, 04:06 PM   #49
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Did anything ever come of this?
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Old 06-29-2013, 07:47 PM   #50
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Stg 2+ 310/370, 6sp R180


Either No, or TiC already chose a few testers without ever updating anyone.
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