Steeda Focus ST/RS Rear Engine Mount (13-18 ST & RS)

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$60.00 (30%)
Steedas Lower Engine Mount for your 2013-2018 Focus ST 2.0L Ecoboost or RS 2.3L Ecoboost will help control engine deflection and get more power to the ground. This engine mount is constructed from 6061 billet aluminum and comes with two sets of different
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Help control engine deflection and get more power to the ground with Steeda's Lower Engine Mount for your 2013-2018 Focus ST 2.0L Ecoboost or RS 2.3L Ecoboost.

Our upgraded engine mount is constructed from 6061 billet aluminum and comes with two sets of different bushings.

The red soft 70 durometer bushings will greatly increase control over the factory mount while keeping smooth engine/vehicle operation.

The black stiffer 88 durometer bushings will further increase control but introduce a mild level in vibration and harshness into the vehicle.

Our mount is an easy bolt on installation that will noticeably improve launching, power delivery, and shifting feel.

Purchase the Steeda Focus ST Passenger Side Engine Mount for your 2013,2014,2015,2016,2017,2018 MK3 Ford Focus ST/RS from Steeda Autosports today!

Note: Fits 2007-2013 Mazdaspeed 3 (Requires a longer bolt - Not included).

Product Benefits
  • Soft and hard bushing packages for complete control
  • Zinc plated hardware & grease included
  • Easy bolt on installation
  • Improved power delivery and launching

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Fitment & Features


Manufacturer: Steeda Autosports
Made in USA: Yes

Installation Information:

Level of Difficulty: Tech Recommended
Install Time: About 1 1/2 Hours
Tools Required: Basic Shop Tools
Print Instructions:

Vehicle Fitment:

Fits Model Year: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Focus Model: RS, ST

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Performance improvement
Installed this mount on my 2015 SE 2.0 hatch before a 1200 mile round trip journey and ill be honest the initial vibrations will be a big shock after install, but dont panic. After a few days of driving and resting to break it in, the vibrations become extremely bearable and hardly much worse than stock. But the performance improvement even with just the lesser red bushing is great. Almost no hesitation from the transmission between shifts and i probably have easily picked up a second on my 0-60 time, maybe even more..
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from Georgia on 5/13/2016
Much less wheel hop
The driving dynamics altered by the Steeda shifter and rear motor mount truly assist with the ergonomics with smoother, crisp shifts and much less wheel hop.
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from Florida on 12/28/2015
No more 1--2 bang or wheel hop
Before having the rear motor mount installed driving the Focus ST as it was intended was a bit sketchy with loads of wheel hop and the infamous 1-2 gear bang. I can easily say that upgrading your rear motor mount is a must if you're serious about performance.
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from Texas on 4/27/2015
Wheel hop is non existent
I installed the Steeda rear motor mount. I can't feel it with the a/c on which is good and it doesn't vibrate the car apart. Plus wheel hop is like non existent now which is a huge plus. Same goes with tq steer.
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from Georgia on 3/5/2015
Highly recommend
Put this bad boy on with the Steeda catless downpipe (no longer offered). I used the 88 durometer bushings. And yes, there is a VERY noticeable difference in NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness). I'm no stranger to modified vehicles and this feeling is actually very welcomed and gives you a better "butt-dyno" feeling of how the car is behaving. Install was a snap! To swap out the bushings, just put a good long and stout screwdriver through the center of the mount and give it a couple good whacks. That steel bushing will pop out. As a side note, make sure to have some Gojo on hand. That lubricant will get on everything your hands touch and dawn dishsoap won't even touch it. Disassembling the stock mount wasn't so bad really, and since I did this while doing the downpipe, doing this first will give a chance for the car to cool down. When you take the bolt out of the "dogbone" connecting it to the motor mount, do not have your hand in the vicinity. It's under tension and your hand will get injured when that bolt comes out. Installation takes a little creativity. get the mount itself into place and the holes lined up and threat the 15mm bolt for the mount through, but don't torque it down. Then, using a second person or a long breaker bar, move the engine so you can slide that bolt through the mount and "dogbone". Now you can torque everything down and wrap up the install. Throttle response is instantaneous. I can "feel" the car in the steering wheel. This modification essentially all but eliminates lost torque to the wheels in trade for comfort. If you want more performance go with the 88 durometer, if you want more comfort go with the 70. Either way, your car is going to behave like a different animal after this is installed.
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from Georgia on 11/17/2014
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