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Suspension and Chassis TURBO TECH RACING/Upper (AVAILABLE) & Lower Motor Mounts for Veloster N and i30N!!

PB VN

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Same happened with mine, thought it was because I only jacked up the drivers side of the car. I'll get picks I think it was mostly paint rub. Shaving down the face would definitely do the trick.
 

Verric

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Just got mine, look pretty neat overall. Just had a few Q's on the lower mount.

There seems to be some asymmetries on the bushings, was just confirming, this is all cool. Im not mechanically savvy so I apologies if this is dumb question.

Also I more general question, I was wondering if anyone knew the torque rating for main bolt, The docs say tighten to manufacture specs but I can't seem to find those on the net

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Jan 19, 2020
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Just got mine, look pretty neat overall. Just had a few Q's on the lower mount.

There seems to be some asymmetries on the bushings, was just confirming, this is all cool. Im not mechanically savvy so I apologies if this is dumb question.

Also I more general question, I was wondering if anyone knew the torque rating for main bolt, The docs say tighten to manufacture specs but I can't seem to find those on the net

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I will see if I can find the torque of that factory bolt.

the oval bushings occasionally do get a small air bubble in the bushing in the molding process, on that edge; when installed it gets squeezed between the transmission bracket and caused zero issues. You will be all set.

BTW that blue looks so good!
 

Nomad17

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Same happened with mine, thought it was because I only jacked up the drivers side of the car. I'll get picks I think it was mostly paint rub. Shaving down the face would definitely do the trick.
Just got back under to retorque the bolts and noticed a rub point that has removed the paint and a little more. Any rust concerns with this?
 
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R Veloster N

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Shot off an email to Aaron at Turbo Tech Racing, maybe they'll build a new trans mount hopefully. Need to acquire the part for them so they can make a unit. I'll keep the thread posted on any updates. Most definately help to get more of the available power to the ground.
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