GR Corolla Lower Engine Mount

$269.00 USD Sale Save

Fits the following vehicles:

  • Toyota GR Corolla 2023+
  • 6 month Warranty available for original purchaser only on product workmanship.
  • See Terms and Conditions for additional warranty information.

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C.A.R.B. & E.P.A Information

WARNING: May contain items that are found to have compounds and/or chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and reproductive harm.

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SXTH Element Engineering EM3 Pitch Mount

Reduce engine movement and improve shift engagement with our new EM3 Pitch Mount. This replaces the lower pitch control engine mount with a full natural OEM-like rubber for increased mount performance while minimizing extra noise/vibration/harshness (NVH).

Our specialized rubber blend is superior to polyurethane when it comes to keeping comfort and performance hand in hand. 

Rubber

Our rubber blend is poured/molded to approximately 68-70A shore durometer. Rubber will feel closer to OEM while reducing engine moevement.

 
OEM Fit and Finish

Our design team uses 3D scanning and CAD to make a mount that fits just like OEM.

 
Billet Aluminum

The body of the mount is CNC machined from 6061 billet aluminum and anodized black.

 
Details Matter

Orientation and torque specs are laser engraved right on the mount body!

 
Comfort and Performance

We can use a higher durometer with rubber while still feeling like a lower durometer polyurethane mount.

 

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Joe H.
Should have been first mod

Slight NVH but man this car seems way more responsive when shifting. I wish I would have done this first thing.