2001 - 2005 Miata Motor Mount / Driver side

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Product Overview

AWR Racing's 2001 - 2005 Miata Motor Mount driver side only. Including the Mazdaspeed Miata.

Some enthusiasts like to mix and match our Performance motor mounts with the Mazda Competition mounts. Also known to most as the Hybrid Motor Mount kit. Gives you the aggressive street performance and still offer minimal enhanced NVH or Cabin vibrations. Greatly improves shifter placement to reduce missed shifts which happens a lot with Factory engine mounts. The engine flops around in the engine bay which in turn tries to rotate the transmission lever away from the driver.

Comes with new Metric installation hardware. 

We have updated our motor mounts to a larger bushing size to HELP REDUCE NVH or more specifically, reduce cabin vibration.

Fabricated steel replacement motor mount with Energy Suspension polyurethane bushing that mounts in the factory location giving more secure engine support. These mounts are TIG welded and powder coated silver. Available in 4 durometers. Ultra Soft - 62/ Soft - 70 / medium - 88 / and hard - 95 durometer.

This kit does not come with the Mazda Competition mount.

Direct replacement  for your Miata chassis with 1.8L motor.


62 - 70 durometer is recommended for daily driving with little to no mods. 70 - 88 durometer is recommended for lightly to intermediate modification levels. 88 - 95 durometer is recommended for highly modified street and track builds. Don't forget- you can always opt for a different durometer if your first choice doesn't suit you needs, all of our bushings can be replaced!

62 durometer (ultra soft)

70 durometer (soft)

88 durometer (medium)

95 durometer (hard)



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  • 5
    Great for a hybrid mount setup

    Posted by Miatathan on 1st Aug 2020

    I'm using this mount (70d) on the driver side of my supercharged Miata, along with a Mazda Comp mount on the passenger side. NVH was very bad for the first few drives, but the bushing broke in nicely and after ~1,000 miles there is very little additional NVH compared to the OEM mounts. I originally installed the AWR with an OEM passengers side mount, but after it broke in, I still had a good bit of shifter movement on rough roads. I swapped in a Mazda Comp mount on the passengers side to take address this, and to my surprise, I found a huge decrease in NVH at idle and when letting out the clutch. I'm not sure why this is, but I am not complaining. Overall, shifting is much more precise than it was with OEM mounts, and the car feels a lot tighter when WOT and when lifting off the throttle. The install on the drivers side was not fun, but it's definitely worth the frustration. I think upgraded mounts are a must on all boosted Miatas.