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Engine Mount Mazda6 V6 Lower Motor Mount

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AWR - 6301 - V6
4.00 LBS
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Product Description

Replaces Mazda factory lower transmission motor mount (part number GK2C-39-040). Application is 2003 - 2005 V6 Automatic and Manual cars and 2006 - 2008 V6 Manual Transmission cars only. Billet aluminum body, CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum with urethane bushings with nickel plated steel inner sleeves.

NOTE*** For 2006 - 2008 V6 Automatic cars use part number AWR-6301-VGB.

[ OEM PART NUMBER is GP7D-39-040 ]


NOTE*** Does not fit 6 speed Auto trans

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  1. great product a little pricey but you get what you pay for. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th May 2018

    I would rate this a 5 star product. A little pricey but you get what you pay for. I like the fact that i can replace just the bushings compared to replacing the whole factory unit. Installation was easy the only hard part was realigning the trans to the engine. Overall I would recommend to any who ask about them.

  2. Performs exactly as I anticipated 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Apr 2018

    Some back ground: I own a 2004 Mazda 6 wagon v6 mated to a 5spd manual. I found the lower mount broken and installed an OEM Mazda mount, which was OK at best. The stock mount is really flimsy and feels like it was designed for a much smaller vehicle. My car was really touchy on take off, also on shifts. If you made the smallest mistake on timing the car would "buck" momentarily.

    Upon receiving the AWR 70 durometer mount, I thought I made a mistake. The bushings felt hard to the touch and I figured it would be too aggressive for normal driving, BUT I was wrong. After install (very easy, direct fit) I drove the car and was pleasantly surprised! Little to no vibration difference from the stock mount, but a big difference in feel. The drive train feels much more secure and less "sloppy". I've only had the mount on for a day now, but so far it is performing great! If your car has the same condition mine did, I HIGHLY recommend this product!

  3. motor mount 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Feb 2018

    This is the best motor mount u can buy for your 2003 to 2008 mazda 6 v6

  4. Much Better Than The Conventional Rubber 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Jun 2017

    I have never heard of polyurethane rear torque mounts until I was Google and Yahoo searching for one with a much better and long lasting material for my 2004 Mazda 6s utilizing the 5-speed manual transmission. I had someone to install this part for my car because the standard rubber compound that I purchased kept on tearing unexpectedly.

    The good thing about the standard rubber is that its a much softer material with no vibration, but the bad thing with the rubber material is that they go out a lot faster when you think it will last the life of any clutch car out there.

    After I drove my car out of the auto repair shop with the new polyurethane compound, I felt the biggest difference in gear shifting, vehicle stability, steering feel, brake feel, and handling. The vibration is just very mild to mild and I never let that bother me because obviously polyurethane is a much harder material than rubber. I can also corner my car a lot better without downshifting and applying the brake pedal. I live in San Francisco, CA where its known as the hilliest city in the world and when I release my clutch pedal going uphill with the polyurethane torque mount, I feel more pickup with a very small amount of release.

    The one I purchased and selected was the 88 durometer and its just the best thing out there. I have no experience with the 70 durometer and the 95 durometer torque mounts, but 88 durometer is the best way to go.

    I have no idea if there are other aftermarket car parts manufacturers out there who make polyurethane torque mounts for the first generation any Mazda 6 owners, but I give Anthony Woodford 5 stars for his brand name AWR.

  5. Amazing 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Dec 2016

    Easy installation, great quality, and instant gratification. I got the 88 duro. The product description is accurate. I love this new mount. Shifts are on point!

  6. decent 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Nov 2016

    I've only had it for about 4 days but the mount feels much nicer than oem. I went with the 88 durometer option and couldn't be happier.

  7. A must have!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Apr 2016

    This mount is awesome and super durable unlike stock, if you do any performance upgrades (even light upgrades) or drive hard then you will tear up up the stock one in no time at all!! My motor feels way more secure and actually feels a bit quicker now, I highly recommend this item!!

  8. Must Have! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Jan 2016

    This is the best upgrade you can do the make your engine feel more responsive and secure. I have an 03 Mazda 6s. I ordered the 88 duro and have no vibrations to complain about. In fact I wish I would have ordered the 3 pack instead of just 1. My engine feels so secure and peppy compared to the oem mount. Plus I've been through 3 oem mounts so it was time to switch. Don't even bother getting the 70 duro you will love the 88!

  9. Can't Beat! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Apr 2015

    Cannot compare the quality of the workmanship in these products. I installed 2 of their mount this weekend, and it makes the car drive incredible.

    Also, their customer service is great.

  10. Shiny! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Sep 2014

    Bought this after finding out that the rear engine mount on my 2004 Mazda 6 wagon was falling apart. Some searching later I found that the stock mount is often regarded as being a barely passable piece of junk, and, not wanting to have to do this job more than once I decided to go aftermarket. AWR was recommended on several different forums, so I came here to find the parts I needed.
    I went with 88 durometer after reading reviews on a Mazda forum that said the 70 durometer ones fall apart.
    Not wanting to have to mess with the other mounts which were also falling apart, I ordered replacements for those from ebay because the same forum I went to said that the AWR versions of the trans side and passenger side mounts were way too extreme for street use, and several members had actually gone back to a stock design for these parts.

    Since I just installed this today I have only early impressions. First impression is that the mount is much more streamlined, and of a much higher quality than the stock mount. Second Impression is that it is a bit difficult to fit into the stock mounting especially at the rear. On the recommendation of a forum regular, I used a prying tool to sort of stretch the mounting bracket open a bit. This made installing the back part a breeze. As for the front part, well, the engine had rocked around a bit while removing the old mount, so it took a bit of persuasion, from the prying tool to get things lined up again. That said, it was more a matter of getting myself into a position where I could see what I was doing than any real feat of strength.

    After installing this and the other two mounts I immediately noticed that there was a lot more vibration from the engine, instead of being sort of subdued and distant, the engine was sending a message straight to my spine that it was not just some lump of metal, but a living thing with a heart and soul.

    I drove for about ten miles and some of the harshest vibrations died down, leaving the feel of power, without the harshness. It's sort of hard to define. It sounds racier, more alive, than before. I'm not sure if this is down to just the rear mount being replaced, or more because all the mounts are new, but the whole car feels tighter. The transmission shifts a bit more smoothly than before, which is a blessing as it was getting quite sloppy, especially at part throttle between second and third gear, with the old worn out parts.

    I went to an abandoned parking lot across the train tracks and used my Torque app on my phone to lay down a few 0-60 and 1/8th mile runs. They were almost a second quicker to 60 and a few 10th's faster in the 1/8th mile. This was done with a full tank of 87 unleaded and a bunch of junk in the back... with less gas/weight in the car I think the improvement would be even more significant.

    I'm hoping that the vibration isn't too annoying at highway speed, as my commute is mostly 65 to 75 mph... Time will tell I suppose.

    Overall, at this point I'm thrilled with my purchase.

    The only downside I can think of is that the shipping was very slow. I ordered my parts 8/22/2014 and didn't receive them until 9/5/2014... If this had been free shipping I might have been more forgiving. I ordered the other two mounts from ebay on 8/22/2014, about an hour after ordering this one, and they arrived 8/29/2014, and came from two completely different places... so maybe if you're in a hurry look elsewhere... overall though it didn't matter much to me since I didn't have time until today to install these anyway.

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