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Old 12-06-2013, 04:35 AM   #1
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whiteline trans mount

Has anyone installed this transmission mount?, I heard a few good things about it.
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Old 12-06-2013, 06:26 AM   #2
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I have one in my '13 GT and it works pretty good.
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I installed the insert as well. It noticeably helped relieve drivetrain flexing which aided in more reliable shifting. I also installed the Barton 2-post bracket that helped even more. Missed or locked-out shifts are things of the past.
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So you're experiencing drivetrain flex again with this part?
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I have one in my '13 GT and it works pretty good.
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I have this part sitting in my living room. I still need to put it on.
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So you're experiencing drivetrain flex again with this part?
No. The insert does its job.
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I have this part sitting in my living room. I still need to put it on.
It takes like 5 min lol

And I have it as well. It definitely helps. high rpm shift lockout has been reduced, not completely gone but mainly gone
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Blackonboss. Can you post the 5 minute instructions? Or a link? Thanks!
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It's easy. Jack the car up, put on jack stands and put your jack under the trans for support. You then remove the trans support via four bolts, and then slide into place. Lubricant is highly recommended. Once done, remount the plate and you're done.
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I run this with a DSS 1pc and an MGW shifter with their harder "track" bushing. I noticeable difference in the amount of flex with high rev engine braking and quick shifts. Some say it added NVH but my car is already too loud to notice anyways.
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It's easy. Jack the car up, put on jack stands and put your jack under the trans for support. You then remove the trans support via four bolts, and then slide into place. Lubricant is highly recommended. Once done, remount the plate and you're done.

Thanks Defiant50. Just installed mine. I drilled a hole using a door knob hole drill bit to eliminate the NVH as suggested on many blogs. Sprayed it with white lithium grease and was able to squeeze it in.works as advertised.
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I did the same. First time in, I left it as it was and the nvh was a bit much for admittedly pretty sensitive ear. Frankly, making a fully loaded 40K GT car sound like a metal trash can rolling down a hill or massaging my feet to a deep sleep through the pedals isn't on in my world.

Taking a 2-and-a-something inch hole saw I cut through the middle of the lower portion. No change is effectiveness but a big reduction in nvh.

I already have a Steeda bracket on red and a ball style knob so, the stock shifter is as good as it will get and...it feels pretty good.
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