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Old 03-07-2004, 02:47 PM   #11
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but I have series 2 motor mounts?
No, you have SERIES 1 MOTOR MOUNTS for a TROFEO! There was no such thing as Series 2 when your car was built, so how could you have Series 2 mounts? You have a totally different application, but a Series 1 (with the OLD aluminum upper I might add) in a different chassis.

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I know that... but I have motor mounts like a series 2 bonneville...
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But they are NOT series 2 motor mounts, and when you give advice to people about cutting a belt off, sooner or later, somebody is going to do it, and get pissed at you.

You have mounts LIKE a Series 2.....you do NOT have series 2 mounts.
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But they are NOT series 2 motor mounts, and when you give advice to people about cutting a belt off, sooner or later, somebody is going to do it, and get pissed at you.

You have mounts LIKE a Series 2.....you do NOT have series 2 mounts.
But he said it was such a technologically advanced car for it time hehehehehehe....
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The difference is that the Trofeo'* electronics are a nightmare. Ours are still ticking after 10 years.
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The difference is that the Trofeo'* electronics are a nightmare. Ours are still ticking after 10 years.
Oh I know. I wouldn't touch one with a 10ft pole!
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The difference is that the Trofeo'* electronics are a nightmare. Ours are still ticking after 10 years.
I wish I could say the same for my car :(
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