New Product Release!! – JBR 70 & 80 Duro Focus ST Passenger Side Motor Mounts | The Focus ST Network Forum

New Product Release!! – JBR 70 & 80 Duro Focus ST Passenger Side Motor Mounts

Discussion in 'James Barone Racing' started by James Barone, Jan 29, 2014.

  1. James Barone

    James Barone New Member

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    The JBR Passenger Mount for the Focus ST is a vertically oriented mount. This mount can and will handle all the abuse you plan to throw at it. From street to strip it’s the only true 1 piece Passenger mount you’ll need for your Focus ST.

    We’ve gone a step further and replaced the weak cast aluminum factory support which has been prone to cracking with a support constructed out of 3/16″ steel and powder coated.

    The actual mount itself is constructed of 1/4″ steel, TIG welded then powder coated.

    Custom, Proven Poly Urethane bushings in your choice of 70, & 80 Durometers allow you to choose the amount of stiffness you want to run without sacrificing comfort.

    Wheel Hop? What wheel hop? Torque Steer? Gone. That bang…gone too!!

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    Why a JBR Motor Mount?
    • Custom Durometer urethane bushings
    • Aesthetically pleasing
    • Reduced drive train slop
    • Better throttle response
    • Precise shifts
    • Improved 1/4 mile times
    • Bolt-on installation


    Includes:
    • 1 Passenger Motor Mount
    • Class 8.8 Mounting Hardware
    • Installation instructions are available in our support section
    • Shipping is free in the US & our Hassle Free Lifetime Warranty is included

    Priced at $185.00 shipped, we’ve taken the guess work out of where to buy the passenger mount for your Focus ST!

    All the products shown above are available in our online catalog. For more information and to purchase, visit our website.
     
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  2. jakebrewer

    jakebrewer Member

    Gonna have to pick this up soon, working on a drivers side?
     
  3. James Barone

    James Barone New Member

    Driver's side is in testing and performing very well.
     
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