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If you find yourself fighting for traction and would like to improve throttle response then look no further, the 27WON Performance Rear Engine Mount is the performance upgrade just for you.
Compared to OE and other options on the market you may notice something is missing…or is it? With our design less is more; which is why our mount utilizes only one polyurethane isolated mounting point.
The mounting point between engine and RMM has a primary motion and secondary motion.
Primary = rotational
Secondary = up/down
The polyurethane mounting point on the engine reduces the primary rotational movement of the engine while still allowing a small amount of movement due to the polyurethane compressing.
The rigid mounting point connected to the chassis sub-frame eliminates the up/down motion that the engine follows while the engine rotates. This eliminates associated secondary vibration and thus reduces NVH. Check out the blogs below for more details.
The body of the 27WON Race RMM is manufactured from two types of material depending on your choice. 6061-T6 billet aluminum for superior strength and weight or die-cast aluminum for a more budget friendly version. Both versions utilize our same CAD design to ensure a mount that will perform for your 10th gen Honda Civic.
A noticeable bump up in performance (street) or leave it all on the track (race). The 27WON engine mount is available with 2 options for durometer hardness so you can select a mount that best suits your driving profile. Our 70A street gives a big drop in torque steer while being more civil in regards to NVH as compared to our 90A race. Our 90A race mount is for for those who put outright performance over comfort and can accept the extra NVH that gives them maximum performance.
Noise, Vibration, & Harshness (NVH) is an evaluation of the various irritants that can be transmitted through the vehicle into the cabin and directly to the driver and passengers. OE engineers and designers spend countless hours reducing/eliminating NVH from vehicles, however, this sometimes comes with a compromise in performance and vehicle feedback. Not all NVH is created equal, an OE designer may consider turbo noise to be unwanted NVH, whereas a performance enthusiast may consider it a desired sound.