These trans mounts fit almost all BMW cars excluding the E30 M3 and a few older models. They commonly fit the E30, E36, E46, E9x, E8x, F3x, F8x, E21, E34, E39.
Common BMW part numbers that these trans mounts replace are:
Revshift polyurethane transmission mounts are made at Revshift in the U.S.A. from high grade polyurethane.
Revshift mounts are the most durable and reliable mounts on the market. CNC machined billet aluminum flanged ends are embedded deep in the urethane which prevent the isolated ends from separating under extreme loads. Utilizing class 12.9 alloy steel hardware, these mounts will hold your transmission in place for a lifetime.
80A Street (Black): Slightly stiffer and stronger than OEM rubber. Minimal increase in NVH. Great choice as an upgraded stock replacement (OEM+).
95A Track (Green): Significantly stiffer and stronger than OEM rubber. Noticeable increase in NVH. Excellent for enthusiastically driven street and track cars.
75D Drift (Teal): Drastically stiffer and stronger than OEM rubber. Moderate increase in NVH. Most commonly used on dedicated drift and track cars.
(NVH = noise, vibration, harmonics)
Learn more about choosing polyurethane here: https://revshift.com/pages/polyurethane
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Can't wait for the weather to clear up and I can install my new revshift mounts
these bushings are so amaizng, made a massive difference with little NVH
Havent installed them yet lol
After putting these mounts on, I've noticed how much more solid it is switching from gear to gear versus the sloppy OEM mounts. You will get a little NVH and hear the transmission whine, but the tradeoff for solid transmission mounts is worth it. If you want something more in between the OEM mounts and the 95A mounts, I highly recommend going with the 80A. I'd imagine the NVH isn't as bad as the 95A, but they're still more solid than the OEM mounts and they're more doable for daily driving. Overall, very great product and I will definitely be buying from them in the future for replacing bushings when I do my rear subframe reinforcement.