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    Rear motor mount and insurance

    So i've been reading up on a rear motor mount for my Fiesta ST, just wondering what you guys recommend and do i need to add this to my insurance, if so what would category would it be under, thanks.
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    I got the Cobb rear motor mount, before installing it the front of the car was starting to feel weird as like my suspension was on it's way out and the engine slop was really bad.. after installing it all those strange movement's are gone completely, the front feels a lot more solid and the gear shifting is a lot nicer too.

    IMO you shouldn't need to add it to your insurance. I'm in Australia and I'm not actually sure I even I'm meant to do that but as it's only an engine mount and not something that really changes any kind of safety in the car or handling.

    Hope this helps.

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    I've heard good things about the Cobb mount and that's probably the one i'll be going with, i will double check with the insurance company can never be too careful, thanks for the reply.
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    I've had mine installed since Feb 2014 and have had no problems whatsoever. Really helps keep everything in its place!
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    I have a Cobb. Much better wheel control and shifting. Small increase in NVH at low rpm. The little bit of vibration at idle just adds to the feeling of sportiness imo. Like a V8 with a hot cam but more refined.

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    I too have the Cobb but get no vibration at idle at all. Car has 88,500 miles on it and no squeaks or rattles.

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