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Dogbone mount help

R34nel Jun 2, 2013

  1. R34nel

    R34nel Active Member

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    Looking to get an aftermarket insert and don't know what to buy, I've searched threads and can't find much for an s3, I don't want to increase vibration if I can help it especially since I've an smf setup .
    I've heard of people fitting diesel bushes as there intended to be softer due to the engine vibration, anyone know anything about this? I looked on demon Tweeks an they only have powerflex but the s3 one has the same part number a the 170 tdi one, can anyone give me some advice on what I should buy and where from? my priority is the least hard aftermarket one I could get

    Cheers
     
  2. JPK

    JPK Active Member

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    You wont notice much with just an insert. especially after a couple of thousand miles.
     
  3. R34nel

    R34nel Active Member

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    You mean much vibration? I'm only concerned because my clutch already drones through the cabin at certain rpm's and I don't want to increase this at all as its used as a family car aswell as my toy
     
  4. JPK

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    Bkack Forest Industries has a few options from memory.
     
  5. R34nel

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    Checked out Black Forest but it states that theirs are the stiffest on the market, cheers though
     
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    S. Well-Known Member Team Ibis TFSI Owners Group Audi S3 quattro Manual

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    nluk100 Active Member

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    I had a slight vibration on tickover when in gear with the softer diesel insert - now removed!
     
  8. R34nel

    R34nel Active Member

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    So which do you have in now? Or Is it just oem without insert?
     
  9. R34nel

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    Anyone have any advice on which would be a good buy?
     

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