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xxyauxxdc5 | June 25th, 2014
I didn't get a chance to buy these mounts from kseriesparts directly but I should have, seeing that the price dropped to 212!!! I bought a used set of 75as for 180 and went to innovative directly to replace my bushings and they asked which bushings I wanted. I asked for the best one (95a). Lifetime warranty for the win! I thought, why settle for less when I can get their best mounts. Shakes a lot but hey #becauseracecar. I still need to bore out one of the holes for the driver side mount as it didn't fit perfectly so I left the top bolt off. Ill fix it later. lol
Jack the soldier | April 16th, 2013
The drivers side mount needed one hole bored about 1/8 of an inch outward but was easy to fix. Bushings are black not red. Looks awesome and after the minor modification fit perfect and do what they are supposed to. The shake is noticeable especially when the car is cold but isn't uncomfortable.
Cesar Maseda | February 6th, 2013
I needed to get new Mounts because my OEM ones were wasted.
Did a lot of looking to see if the 60A was what I was looking for, or if I should go with the 75A Kit..
There were two things that mad me go with this kit.
One, the 60A's have been known to sag sooner then the 70A's will.
Two, the 60A's are for street cars that don't make more then stock HP.
And the 75A's are for street cars that make a little bit more then stock HP.
So after they were put in, started the car.. And WOW! When it starts, you can feel less flex with the engine..
Got out to a nice long road, and went for it.
There is a LOT less flex, and a LOT more power then can be felt!
The only thing is, it's going to shake you like a doll..
(Any after market mounts will do this.) The higher the number, the more shaking there will be.
But if you don't mined the shaking, it's more then worth it.
(Once you are at 2,000 RPM's you won't feel a thing.)
Once you get used to the shaking, it feels nice.
You can really feel the power of vtec!!
If your looking at adding any more HP to your car, I would get the 75A.
Even if your mounts are still good, they will go a lot faster with having more HP.
Don't for get to get the front mount as well..
spartan43 | August 5th, 2012
through forums and fellow Honda friends, ive heard the 60a hardness mounts sag over time. so i took my chances with 75a
i drive my car hard for a DD, so aftermarket mounts were an obvious choice to install.
car accelerates, handles, beautifully. at cruising MPH, (35-75) the vibrations are not much worse than OEM
the vibrations feel pretty good at idle.
Im assuming the 75a will not sag like the 60a, or at least as much. time will tell
car vibrates much more at idle. shifting to Neutral helps. worse with A/C
install was difficult, but with a friend and following a DIY thread on CRSX, i was able to do all 3 mounts in 7 hours.
non- car enthusiasts will probably not like the feel of the mounts.
jkennedy0917 | March 27th, 2012
First off, be prepared to wait a while for these mounts. I ordered mine on Feb. 13th 2012 and didn't get them till march 7th 2012. Not CRSX's fault but it was still irritating. Upon install, I was more than impressed. car is stiffer, more responsive in all gears it seems like, and makes it seem louder( but once you get out of the car it's not very loud. I got theses to prevent my DC race header from cracking which is going on after this post ha. Overall, I am very pleased with them. if you have the money, don't go cheapo or oem mounts, these will do what you want and more.