2003 - 2004 Mazda 6 4 cyl rear motor mount by AWR Racing.
AWR Racing's 2003 - 2004 Mazda 6 rear motor mount is a must have for any Mazda 6 owner. Want less engine movement, cleaner shifts, and many more benefits? Look no further - AWR Racing has you covered! AWR offers the best valued mounts that suit driver needs. We have durometer options for daily, aggressive, and track driven builds. Our mounts have been street and track proven since 1995.
These mounts are designed to completely support the engine and transmission with durometer options to suit all styles of driving. All of our bushings can be replaced at any time. Mounts improve drive line response by inhibiting driveline lash, putting all that motion to the task of moving the car along. Say goodbye to wheel hop and hello to smoother shifts with this engine mount!
- AWR Mazda 6 rear motor mount
- Made in the USA
- Laser cut and CNC folded
- Tig welded in house
- Machined inner sleeves, nickel plated
- Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings (70, 88, and 95 durometer applicable for the Mazda 6)
- Powder coated in silver for a very durable finish.
70 durometer is recommended for daily driving with little to no mods. 88 durometer is recommended for lightly to intermediate modification levels. 95 durometer is recommended for highly modified track builds. You can always opt for a different durometer if your first choice doesn't suit your needs, all of our bushings can be swapped out or replaced at any time!
Not sure what durometer to order? We're happy to help! Send an email to email@example.com for any questions you may have.
Note: Once AWR Racing's engine mounts are installed, there may be added NVH depending what durometer you choose compared to the OEM mount. 70 durometer is closest to OEM specs. Bushings should start to settle after about 500-750 miles driven.
*OEM motor mounts are known to be very sloppy and often break unexpectedly, order AWR's and never replace a mount ever again! Check out our limited lifetime warranty.
2003 - 2004 4 cylinder Mazda 6
The early Mazda 6 sub frame uses a larger cross section for the rear most pick up point for this mount. Later cars use a smaller cross section.