OEM engine mounts are designed with very low NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) in mind. While this offers the smooth ride that most drivers desire, it becomes a very limiting factor for those who prefer performance and response. The Revo rear torque mount is designed to eliminate excessive movement, allowing you to reach your true performance potential and get the power down when you need it.
Manufactured from only the best materials, our design team worked closely with industry leaders Powerflex to ensure a product that will perform when you need it most. Polyurethane bushes can perform under the most extreme of conditions, ensuring strength and stability under tremendous pressures. Tuned specifically for energy transfer they offer smoother shifts and limited wheel hop, providing you with a better driving experience and increasing the opportunity to use the power your car has to offer.
Precision CNC machined from aircraft grade 6061 T6 aluminium, the main housing is extremely strong yet lightweight and is recessed to perfectly seat the polyurethane bush. Finished with an engraved Revo logo red Powerflex bushes and powder coated in black for durability and longevity. The machined insert is encapsulated in polyurethane during the moulding process to ensure a stronger fixing point.
Designed by our engineering team using the latest CAD software, the Revo Focus rear torque mount directly replaces the OEM mount. 3D printing technology allows rapid prototyping for fitment testing, allowing the team to make the smallest of modifications to offer you the perfect product.
Powerflex utilise a unique formula of polyurethane, custom designed to ensure optimum fitment in the machined housings. After testing of various amounts of compliance, our engineers were able to fine tune the final bush to achieve a balance between performance and comfort. Polyurethane is also resistant to oil, fuel unlike the rubber used in the OEM mount which can lead to perishing and failure. Our specified durometers provide a stiffer mount to limit the engine movement without compromising on NVH (Noise Vibration Harshness) levels in the process.