DIY Poly Urethane Motor Mounts | Turbo Sentra Spec V




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victor saari: how the vibrations like?

Melody: Can you do that with square motor mounts?

802 Garage: I didn't even realize your channel had been going this long! Blast from the past. :D

jose deleon: Can I do this while the mounts still in the car?

Christian Valdes: Where do you jack up the motor when doing this?? Gonna try to install tomorrow

Soufiane Abidi: L'abruti

Ang cast: you have access----- install a new one!!!!!

Kid Refugee: Awhile back I did the same thing when I removed timing cover. Mount had some cracks. Filled in nicely and cheaper than buying a new one.

Matt 4500: Would you look at that?. 8:08 Just look at it.

Marc Mercado: Polyurethane (PU) takes time to cure. I have removed the fluid filled motor mount and replaced it with PU. The amount of humidity and temperature plays a major role how quickly/slowly it cures. Give it 5-7 days (depending on the amount that you put) before you put it back in. This is in no way a quick fix. PU would just ooze out or it'll put itself out of position in some way if you don't take the time to let it do it's job. I work with this material every day and this cures from the outside-in.

Joseph: so u made that to make your car vibrate more ? really ? point is to stop vibration with s mount so

anyone

Eric Gordon: JUANITA

n n: can I do this without taking off the part? i have an 06 lancer with bad motor mount. i can see the mount but it seems like a lot of work to take it off

Kito: that was cool. so how long did your new mount lasted?

Kate 20_: freak y'all

csm: How is it now? Did the polyurethane crack?

Dave Prototype: This is the wrong type of polyurethane...
This sealant is elastic and remains flexible to expand and contract with construction material

You need to use a two part mixture with a shore hardness of minimum 40

But nice video

Felipe Mendoza: need to be clean first to get best results.

Jandar Qorshi: Are cracks silicon filler used?

Kevin Sloan: You guys skip an important step. You should have cleaned the surfaces making contact with the urethane very well at least, even score them with 320 grit on the rubber before you put the window weld in. Pretty much asking for trouble not reading the directions.
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