Is it worth just putting the insetrs in the stock mounts or should i spend the money to get the better mounts, i don't like how much the motor moves and don't want to have solid mounts that will shake the crap out of my car, is there a happy medium?
The Prothane ones are a one-piece design that is held in place with a big washer. Much better than the Energy Suspension ones with the zip ties.
A better alternative that doesn't really cost more, but takes a little work, is to fill them with polyurethane yourself. You can get poly resin from several places, such as McMaster-Carr. They have it in 60A, 80A, and I think 94A or something durometers. I filled mine with 80A, and that's a pretty good balance between stiffness and vibration, IMO.
If you really want to get rid of wheel hop, consider replacing the front control arm bushings, either with Rage or Psi-Fi "traction bushings" or (much cheaper) use the Energy Suspension poly bushings.
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