AWR Engine Mounts

AWR engine mounts now carry a limited lifetime warranty. What’s more, this warranty, excluding bushings is retroactive to all mounts built previously by AWR. See our Warranty Page for further details.

AWR builds a variety of polyurethane Engine Mounts.

Many factory engine mounts are too soft, in an effort by the factory to control vibration and quiet the interior of the car. In addition to using soft rubber, some mounts are liquid filled or have holes cut in the rubber to make them even more flexible.

The downside to these soft mounts is drive line lash. You step on the throttle and some of the torque is used to twist the engine in it’s mounts, rather than going through the drive line to the wheels. With AWR’s urethane engine mounts, you’ll benefit by reducing or eliminating drive line lash, as well as by receiving better throttle response. Instead of wasted torque turning the engine and trans in their mounts, the power is put to the ground right away. Urethane Engine Mounts from AWR benefits both street and track cars.

In some cases we simply replace the stock rubber with Urethane inserts utilizing the stock metal mount casings. In other cases, we completely fabricate our own design, new metal mounts with our urethane inserts.

Urethane mounts are a great way to control drive line lash. The mounts are usually available in different durometer ratings (hardness) in 62, 70, 88, and 95, depending on application. 62 is the softest of our urethane mounts, though still offers much improvement over the stock rubber mounts. 95 durometer is the stiffest we offer.

Please see our online store for latest applications and prices. Some mounts may not be shown here on our blog, but may be found at the AWR store. We currently offer mounts for Mazdas, Fords, and many other vehicle applications.


  1. Hello,

    I have a 2006 Mazda 6 V6 A/T. I keep breaking my motor mounts and wonder if you sell a kit for all the mounts needed for my car. I am a spirited driver and like to accelerate hard at times, I may get into some autocross int he near future. What would you recommend for my application. Thank you

  2. You will require item # AWR-6301.03 and indicate in the note box that this is for an automatic. I would suggest the 88d. 70d is too soft for spirited driving and 95 would be too harsh for normal driving.

  3. I have a question.. i have a 2006 Mazda 3i 2.0 what is the size of the inserts i should be using for the bottom engine mount insert. you have a 2 inch and a 1.5 inch.. what is the spec for this car


  4. I have a 2005 Mazda 6S 3.0 AT. I know I need a new passenger side engine mount because I get clunking noises when I shift the tranny into drive and reverse. I’ve had Midas verify it for me and they wanted to charge $400 for just that mount and $200 labor (dealership quoted $150 for the mount). I was told by several guys on the FaceBook Mazda 6 page I’m on that you guys were the best to get. What mounts in particular am I looking for? I know the 88d rated ones are what I’m looking at buying. My VIN is 1YVHP84D355M12721.

  5. i need the engine mounts for my 2011 Mazda 2 engine mount, what are the AWR Part numbers for those?

  6. I need 2ea mo motor mounts for a 1981 Toyota Corolla SR 5 Hatchback ” 90 durometer” what is the availability and price …. second order 2ea motor mounts for 2006 chevy 1500 silverado pickup ….90 durometer also .

  7. Hello,
    I have a 2012 ford fusion 2.5 and I’m looking for the correct motor mounts to complete my set-up. Right now I have your dog bone mount installed. Thank you.

  8. Hello, I have 2010 Lincoln MKZ (3.5L AWD) and I was wondering if AWR-6301- FV6 would work. That mount works with the Fusion V6, but I want to be sure before I purchased. Thanks!

  9. Hi there

    Is there anywhere I can get a quality engine mount for my 2012 Mazda 5 touring 2.5 L automatic? Thank you

  10. Hey. I have recently purchased a lower engine mount for my Mazda 2. Do i have to apply some grease or lubricant to the bushes, or do they just install as they are? Thanks. Also, thanks for providing an extra pair of bushes in the box. You guys are awesome.

  11. I have a 2006 Maza MX-5 5 spd, what motor mounts do you recomend and how much are they? Thank you

  12. Gabriel, most of the sales of this item have been in the softest compound or 70 durometer. Soft is best suited for typical street and daily driver purpose. 88 [ medium ] is ok for street and good for autocross or track days. 95 [ hard ] is for race only. The kit is $220.00 and the part # is AWR-5601

  13. Hi Tony, I just received the full engine mount kit for my 04 Mazda 6 v6 5spd manual. I love the looks of these engine mounts, but what are the 3 metal spacers included in the kit used for?

  14. The spacers are for the head mount and are used to take up the extra long thread length left over from our design as compared to the OEM aluminum design. Thank you .

  15. I’m interested in mounts for my 2006 miata, but I definitely would want a 60 durometer rather than 70 or higher. I’m not racing, I just want more stability than stock mounts.

  16. Rob, I just found this request. Sorry for the delay. If you are still interested we are soon to be receiving our new 62A bushings from energy suspension.

  17. I am curious if there is any update on the 62A bushings mentioned before.. I would really be tempted to purchase if these were also available for the Mazda 2 DE (the shop just displays the well-known 70’s and upwards).

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