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    Quote Originally Posted by c.lees View Post
    Frans, does the bolt go through that rubber or is it the type with a stud on either side bonded to the rubber?

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    Studs bonded at either. Proper universal mounting for sound isolation.

    Brett, I appreciate your dedication to originality but after a while they will sit on the safety overrider stops permanently.

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    Rear engine mounts completed. Just needs a little more tidying and a coat of paint.



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    Quote Originally Posted by c.lees View Post
    Rear engine mounts completed. Just needs a little more tidying and a coat of paint.



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    Like your work Christian, just a quick question before you pain that cross member. What are doing for an exhaust system? The reason I ask is that the Alpine boys put the muffler across the back of the car and it is supported off that cross member and the exhaust moves with the engine. Just save you painting it twice if you was going down that route.
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    I hadn't really given too much thought to what was going to hold the muffler up, hanging it off the cross member is a good idea but it is going to end up canter levered a bit as the back of the car is some distance out the back on 10's. I'll have to run a cat as well being a modern engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c.lees View Post
    I hadn't really given too much thought to what was going to hold the muffler up, hanging it off the cross member is a good idea but it is going to end up canter levered a bit as the back of the car is some distance out the back on 10's. I'll have to run a cat as well being a modern engine.
    Sorry Chris, but I must have missed it earlier, but what modern engine are you planning to run in the R10?

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    Christian,
    Exhaust mount. See #54 Sam's A110 V85 !!!

    A late Range/Land Rover rear mount, welded to a band around a stainless box. I have it on two other cars and it works very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R8 Dream View Post
    Sorry Chris, but I must have missed it earlier, but what modern engine are you planning to run in the R10?
    It's a K4M from a Clio.

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