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    • Speedriven releases Mercedes M275 V12 billet motor mounts

      Speedriven is at the forefront of M275 Mercedes twin turbo V12 development. There is a reason why they hold the 1/4 mile and power records on the platform. They offer a bevy of quality parts for the motor now including these billet motor mounts.


      The product is explained best by Speedriven below:

      Throughout the years of building high performance Mercedes-Benz vehicles we’ve noticed our clients repeatedly spending thousands of dollars on replacing factory mounts that are incapable handling additional performance enhancements on their vehicles. Speedriven is excited to announce that we have solved this costly issue. Our team of Engineers and Performance techs have developed the industry’s first Mercedes-Benz billet direct bolt in motor mount.

      Speedriven’s Billet Motor Mounts are the top standard in road and track performance. Our mounts are engineered with longevity and high performance in mind, and manufactured from billet aluminum and high-quality urethane for the ultimate results in performance and lifespan. What this translates to a locked-down drivetrain, and virtually no wheel hop. Additional features include:

      - More durable than factory mounts
      - Longer lifespan than factory mounts
      - Prolongs other components lifespans by reducing component slop
      - Manufactured from Billet Aluminum and Urethane
      - Rebuildable Design
      - Reduced Drivetrain Slop
      - Decreased Engine Movement Under Load
      - More Direct Power Transfer
      - Complete Drop-In Replacement of Factory Engine Mounts
      - Sold as a set

      $450.00

      This article was originally published in forum thread: ****SPEEDRIVEN PRODUCT RELEASE - MERCEDES M275 BILLET MOTOR MOUNTS**** started by Speedriven1 View original post
      Comments 3 Comments
      1. leveraged sellout's Avatar
        leveraged sellout -
        Should be considered mandatory for anyone that has an M275 car and wants to drive it aggressively. Even a stock car with no mods and driven...semi normally will eventually chew through its engine mounts. The thing just makes so much damn torque, it's very hard on the stock mount design. They told me on IG the NVH increase is minimal if at all. If true, no-brainer.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        People on Facebook have been asking about M157 mounts as well.
      1. Speedriven1's Avatar
        Speedriven1 -
        Great input, we've been selling sets. Hopefully we can start generating some reviews for all of our customers.