The NVH from the 034 mounts was just perfect for me, almost unoticeable. I know the BFI's will produce slightly more NVH than the 034's but I can live with it as long as their aren't any potential issues with them. They seem to have a good track record.Clem, your coolant's low
I like the idea of the BFI mounts but the NVH always gives me pause. How were the 034's for you?
Crazy thing, but my stock mount never developed the problem the 034 has.BFI S1 motor and trans on mine and very happy with them. Didn't notice a huge increase in NVH but everyone's different. Def quality parts after seeing how flimsy the rubber on the stock mounts were.
That's kind of what I've been feeling. My OEM mount didn't do that. Also, one of the holes on the 034 trans mount that is for a battery tray fastener is mislocated, so the fastener cannot actually pass through it. Not a big deal, but how difficult can it be to properly locate a hole?
I don't want excessive vibrations, I already have a little from the lower and upper dogbone inserts. I'm thinking of going with BFI stage 1. What'ya think?
You might notice a slight increase in NVH, being mostly N (noise) but sounding a little more like a Subaru in the cabin is well worth buying an American made, high quality, and most importantly great performing product