Sadly, but it is unlikely. If there is enough interest we might just bring them back but as of right now the supply is down to the last set. We need to find another contractor for us to do the fabrication work as the profit margin is very low.
My initial thought is to wonder where the load is being transferred to now that those beefy motor mounts have been installed.
I can only assume that the engineers that designed Viper, in all their '90s wisdom, may have used the motor mounts as sacrificial, knowing how cheap and easy they are to replace.
So, if the energy is not being focused on the mounts anymore, where did it go? The Trans mount? The frame? My fucking fat cat?
Great to see the aftermarket is still willing to visit the Gen 2 crowd tho! Keep it coming!
That is always my concern with aftermarket too since I put many street miles on my Viper. The bushing on these are replaceable so it would not be difficult to manufacture replacement bushings with a lower durometer rating. The bushings delivered are 85. To match the stockers they would probably need to be around 50 or 60.
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