2016 - 2018 MX5 motor mount set

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Was: $650.00
Now: $575.00
22.00 LBS
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Product Overview

AWR Racing's 2016 - 2018 MX5 motor mount kit. Complete kit with optional bushing durometer or hardness available. Made in the USA! Replaces the fragile factory unit which include NA5F - 39 - 021 / 031 / 040 and 050. Comes with new hardware. Tig welded steel unit with Energy Suspension polyurethane replaceable bushings. Powder coated for black, orange, or silver for a very durable finish.


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
    Go for the 95's!

    Posted by Kainoa on 9th Mar 2020

    I was gonna go for the 88 durometer set like the few who already put up reviews online, but I thought, "Ahh, what the hell..." I went with the 95's instead, and no regrets! These with the JBR diff mount are completely tame for a hard driven street car. Maybe it's just me, but I'm sure I wouldn't even be able to tell the difference in NVH if I went with the 88 or 70, stiff suspension definitely gives more "discomfort" than these ever could. If you wanna buy em, then buy the 95's!

  • 5
    Awesome Motor Mounts

    Posted by Kent on 7th Oct 2019

    Installed these on my 2017 MX5 RF that spends most of its life on track. I have the 88 durometer bushings. Bottom line - I really like them and recommend them to anyone tracking their car. I get way more feedback on track from the engine. Yes it has more NVH but in a good way. When driving to the track in 6th gear, I don't even notice the difference. At stoplight idle, I'll notice it in the mirrors a bit but it isn't the teeth-chattering experience many say it will be. Another benefit is the durability. The OEM mounts are fragile and the top mount will sometimes break in an aggressive off. I don't have to worry about that anymore. Installation isn't terribly difficult. Hardest part is accessing some of the nuts but with extensions, wobbles and jointed socket extensions, it is doable at home. Stop wondering if you should and just get them!!