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A650E Auto trans aftermarket mount?

Does anyone know of a hardened rubber or polyurethane mount for the A650e?

I've found this mount on driftmotion, if anyone can check the measurements on the mounts to see if it would fit?

Xcessive Toyota Urethane Trans Mount - Series 3

The mounting measurements from the site are:


8mm stud bolt pattern is 1.58" x 2.57", (40mm x 65mm), the through bolt holes are 1.18" x 2.36", (30mm x 60mm).
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The picture of the oem one in the link says 2J on it. you may have a winner!
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It should work. I might go this route now.



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This mount is typical to the the E340A model transmission but may fit others. The 8mm stud bolt pattern is 1.58" x 2.57", (40mm x 65mm), the through bolt holes are 1.18" x 2.36", (30mm x 60mm).
I think an email is in order.
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I already was looking into them. Yes, they will bolt in. The only difference is the mount from the factory is 1.5 in height and the Xcessive is 1.9 inches. I do not think it will put too much pinion angle in. But I still plan on making a new cross member with a little more drop in it.
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The picture of the oem one in the link says 2J on it. you may have a winner!
I didn't even notice that, LOL! Good eye!
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It should work. I might go this route now.



If you do, please keep me posted.
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I already was looking into them. Yes, they will bolt in. The only difference is the mount from the factory is 1.5 in height and the Xcessive is 1.9 inches. I do not think it will put too much pinion angle in. But I still plan on making a new cross member with a little more drop in it.
Drop your crossmember 0.4" with washers and you're set. This is what guys do with R154 swaps.

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I've ordered the mount through Driftmotion. Now the wait.........
Will update with results.
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I've ordered the mount through Driftmotion. Now the wait.........
Will update with results.
Sweet! Any ETA on when you'll get the mount? Cant wait to see
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No idea. I ordered it through Driftmotion.com and will be fulfilled by xcessivemanufacturing.com. I plan on emailing Xcessive today about it. Trust me I'm getting antsy. I'm tired of my torn trans mount clunking.........
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TPaws0 FYI. Make sure your motor mounts are good. Otherwise you will put a lot of stress on the transmission case. If you have stock motor mounts I would suggest the 65 durometer.
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TPaws0 FYI. Make sure your motor mounts are good. Otherwise you will put a lot of stress on the transmission case. If you have stock motor mounts I would suggest the 65 durometer.
Yeah I've been thinking of that. Maybe I'll wait till I get some hard rubber Megan Racing mounts or the ones from the the Supra Store. They are the same rating (70A Durometer)
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Xcessive Manufacturing also makes motor mounts. On both mounts are available in different durometer ratings.
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Xcessive Manufacturing also makes motor mounts. On both mounts are available in different durometer ratings.
Yeah I know. I've ridden in a car with Poly engine mounts and its a little harsh for this point in the cars life. Maybe in the future. Once I dont have to use the car as a daily then I will.
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