How To Make DIY Polyurethane Engine Mounts




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driving 4 answers: Watch the follow-up video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBYhdLsQqug
To skip the intro where I explain everything you need to know about poly mounts go to 4:00 where I start taking out the old ones and pouring new ones in.
Since a lot of people are asking this: The product I used is Reoflex 60 from Smooth-On. https://www.smooth-on.com/product-line/reoflex/
I am not in any way sponsored, endorsed, supported, etc. by this company. This info is also in the video description but no one reads that apparently :) There's a lot more good options in terms of liquid urethane out there probably. If you don't want to burn the old rubber and measure the pin position I suggest just filling the gaps of your existing mounts with 3M window weld. It will yield results very similar to what I achieved in this video and it will be less work. I am also not affiliated, endorsed, supported etc. by 3M.

Jokey Jesus: A good d.i.y but to be honest the 80 stiffness doesn't affect the comfort that much

jeremy l: What kind of dye do you use

gubberfuck: my corolla needs engine mounts. how have yours held up?

Jared McAllister: Im really curious if 60A was a good call or not. any updates?

mas mas: i need this link in shoping

Marius Ipad: how is this not reported yet? burning rubber is actually illegal. Tons of toxic crap comming out

Gozz: Hi. Where can i buy liquid polyurethane. I cant find it in ebay

Joseph Perrotta: You can use the drill press and drill many 5/16" or 3/8" holes to eat up the rubber around the pin and then press out the pin with a vise instead of burning it away

Abood Amirah: مبدع مبدع

Luiz Nicolau: why to use the color red?! please,

Harryp Philip86: To much talking

Steve Patco: crap video. Max duration should be 30 seconds.

Guns and Autocross: Awesome!!! I’m gonna try this out in a few weeks. Any updates on how the mounts holding up? What kind of weather do you have where you live? What kind of driving do you do? Does the urethane sticks on the sanded area? Are notches on the mount necessary? Does the urethane sticks on the pin? (Metal tube in the middle)

Thank you!!!

Propane and propane accessories: Jesus. Enough yapping get to it already

anton oudenhoven: You talk to much damn

Mreque89: burn the rubber away, what a dipcrap

MARTIN STRANGE: The use of Grease-proof paper would he ok...

berntd: How do you get the polyurethane to stick to metal surfaces? When I had this done years ago, I was told there is a special prepping method that allow it to stick properly. Any ideas?
I have some mountings that are just 2 metal plates with rubber in between and I am going to try and redo them with Polyurethane. The stuff really has to stick in this case

minimoe2008: Amazing work! Thanks fornsharing this! Ill be doing this fornmy mini vtec conversion!
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driving 4 answers: Watch the follow-up video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBYhdLsQqug
To skip the intro where I explain everything you need to know about poly mounts go to 4:00 where I start taking out the old ones and pouring new ones in.
Since a lot of people are asking this: The product I used is Reoflex 60 from Smooth-On. https://www.smooth-on.com/product-line/reoflex/
I am not in any way sponsored, endorsed, supported, etc. by this company. This info is also in the video description but no one reads that apparently :) There's a lot more good options in terms of liquid urethane out there probably. If you don't want to burn the old rubber and measure the pin position I suggest just filling the gaps of your existing mounts with 3M window weld. It will yield results very similar to what I achieved in this video and it will be less work. I am also not affiliated, endorsed, supported etc. by 3M.

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kobra ki: dude whats the order of the steps?? i mean wash it but then?? decontamination with smartwax only ?? and then the smartsealing?? and then smartdetailing?? or what?? thanks man
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