Protege Front and Rear Engine Mount Kit

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Product Overview

Front and rear mount kit by AWR Racing. Made in the USA, laser cut and CNC folded. Tig welded in house, provided with Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings in 4 different durometer options. Supplied with a nickel plated steel inner sleeve, powder coated for a very durable finish. Mount improves driveline response by inhibiting driveling lash, putting all that motion to the task of moving the car along. 


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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1993 - 2003 Protege 1.8 and 2.0

Mazda Protege 5's

MazdaSpeed Proteges

Fits both manual and automatic transmissions. 

Warranty Information

AWR believes so strongly in their engine mounts and sway bars that they back them with a limited Lifetime Warranty. What's more, this warranty, excluding bushings, is retroactive to all mounts and sway bars built previously by AWR. Basically, if it breaks or fails, AWR will fix or replace it at their discretion. The warranty is 'limited' in that bushings are considered a normal wear item, so the urethane or rubber bushings are not covered, but if the metal cracks, breaks or otherwise fails, we'll replace or repair it.


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  • 5
    Front and rear engine mounts for Mazdaspeed Protegé

    Posted by Marc Migneault on 31st May 2016

    Just like the timing belt side engine mount I got some time ago: Great build quality!

  • 4
    mazda mounts

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Mar 2016

    The mounts are great, they hold up awesome, but it does make the car vibrate a lot more. They went in smooth better than o.e. Dealer product..

  • 5
    70 durometer for a daily drive, READ

    Posted by PAS on 22nd Jan 2016

    They are a very nice product, smooth finish, perfect fit, i get those mounts because cheap mounts have broke my 3rd gear 3 times, after a serious error and trial i found the rear mount in combination with the front one have made the syncro worn out. Also the trans linkage bushings are a real SH-T. (BTW AWR should make SOMETHING ! to fix that) 70 durometer mounts are great, they put the engine in place, but, they add sustancial vibration while idle and up to 2000rpm, while running you will feel a steady vibration thru the chassis, im not into racing, but i can handle the vibration so kept in mind they are not like OEM

  • 5
    Quality product!

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Feb 2015

    Right out of the box you can see the quality. Welds and materials are top notch. Had them in my hands a week after ordering and that included shipping to Canada.

  • 5
    excellent product

    Posted by C.R. on 27th May 2014

    This is a professional grade product and and quite pleased with the craftsmanship of the mounts. Shipping took a little while for inside processing I suppose but its worth the wait for these guys great engine mounts.

  • 5
    Only one word is needed, Great!

    Posted by matthew helms on 20th Jan 2014

    Shipping took a little bit longer than expected, but over all seems to be an awesome well made product. To make it even better I received a big AWR decal With My order. Good work guys keep it up.

  • 5
    Good fit, excellent finish, and a nice find where there is little aftermarket support.

    Posted by Rusty on 17th Oct 2013

    Ordered and installed the firewall/radiator side engine mounts. I was impressed with the build quality of the steel parts. If you are commuting only, the hard bushings will be too noisy and vibrate too much. I suggest the softer bushings. My Speed Protege is used for commuting, but mostly for racing around town. If I didn't want something fun, I would drive a Kia. The HARD bushings (90 duro) fit this application perfect. In fact, if they offered harder bushings or simply solid steel mounts, I would have gotten those and been happy. Yes, there's a ton of engine vibration. I am willing to accept this with the knowledge that my powertrain moves as little as possible no matter what I throw at it! Very satisfied.

  • 5
    should have gone with the 70 durometee

    Posted by rich on 30th Sep 2013

    I just installed front and rear motor mounts on my 2001 Mazda protege mp3. I ordered the 88 durometer as it was recommended for manual transmissions... The car is almost unbearable how rattlly it is now. I would def recommend the softest durometer if you are buying these mounts for a daily driver. The quality and fit of both mounts is amazing! I was able to easily install both front and rear mounts and the lined up perfectly with all the original holes. I did need to drill out the mounting holes on the rear mount as the paint used was a little thick but that was easy! All in all a great product but like I said... Get the softest durometer (70) if this is your daily driver.

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