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Old 01-19-2016, 09:36 PM   #1
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Passenger Side Bad Shake When Moving Over 5mph

I just did my 5 speed swap on my Accord and I am using the 5 speed rear mount and the 5 speed conversion mount from Inovative and I am getting a horrible shake on the passenger side when going over 5 mph. Is it because I only have the one solid mount?

I'd appreciate the help.

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Old 01-20-2016, 02:04 AM   #2
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you did something very wrong, and your mounts aren't likely to blame. could you post a picture of the swap mount installed in the car?
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Old 01-20-2016, 01:23 PM   #3
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I can't get pictures at the moment. But I am 100% Positive that it is the right mount. What else could cause it bud?

Edit: The engine is in the right position, i's not too far forward or back.
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How old is the cv axles your using?
I have had cv axles that were going out cause mysterious vibrations in my wheels, usually just under acceleration.
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Are you using the correct axles? Are they pushed all the way in?
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Old 01-20-2016, 08:36 PM   #6
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How old is the cv axles your using?
I have had cv axles that were going out cause mysterious vibrations in my wheels, usually just under acceleration.
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Are you using the correct axles? Are they pushed all the way in?
Yes, at first I had the wrong axle's but I ended up buying new one.


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Old 01-20-2016, 08:50 PM   #7
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you did something very wrong, and your mounts aren't likely to blame. could you post a picture of the swap mount installed in the car?
What do you think could be "very wrong" just curious cause I need of help badly.


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Old 01-20-2016, 08:56 PM   #8
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That is the Inovative conversion mount 70a polyurethane and the rear mount is from the donor car so that is for sure a 5 speed mound.
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just to eliminate potential problem points, swap the wheels/tires around and see if the problem changes sides.

also, have you tried jacking the front up and letting the wheels spin? see if anything is obviously out of alignment while its moving.

is it possible you damaged the hub while removing/installing the axles?
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Old 01-20-2016, 10:08 PM   #10
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just to eliminate potential problem points, swap the wheels/tires around and see if the problem changes sides.

also, have you tried jacking the front up and letting the wheels spin? see if anything is obviously out of alignment while its moving.

is it possible you damaged the hub while removing/installing the axles?
Nope, she's all good. I have it up in the air with the wheels off and it still shakes like a mofo. I too a couple videos I will post soon. It is soo damn weird. I have a feeling since the original rear mount that I am using are over 200k miles that it maybe on of the big problems. I am so dumb founded. I'll post the vids. Don't mind me if I seem a little off, I've been having a few drinks tonight lol.
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Video's, coming soon. Sorry for the poor quality, but they work.
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Could the input where the shaft on that side of the transmission be worn out or off set ? Just curies as to this .
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Old 01-21-2016, 05:14 PM   #14
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Could the input where the shaft on that side of the transmission be worn out or off set ? Just curies as to this .
Like does the axle seem loose on the passenger side input side? Not that I notice. I moves maybe a millimeter but that's it. I am so lost. I do see when it is shaking it is putting stress on the drivers side mount and especially the rear mount. I am guessing the mounts are over 200K miles so I was thinking about doing the window weld method to see if that helps.

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Like does the axle seem loose on the passenger side input side? Not that I notice. I moves maybe a millimeter but that's it. I am so lost. I do see when it is shaking it is putting stress on the drivers side mount and especially the rear mount. I am guessing the mounts are over 200K miles so I was thinking about doing the window weld method to see if that helps.

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Please don't use the window weld it is worse than duck tap on a split finger at the job site.
Use this instead. It's a good DIY method and relatively cheap and easy.
http://www.energysuspensionparts.com...nt-Inserts.asp
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Please don't use the window weld it is worse than duck tap on a split finger at the job site.
Use this instead. It's a good DIY method and relatively cheap and easy.
http://www.energysuspensionparts.com...nt-Inserts.asp
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Window weld is a liquid urethane. The link you posted says to use liquid urethane.

What's the difference?
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that ,and a two part epoxy will always be greater than a one part epoxy
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that ,and a two part epoxy will always be greater than a one part epoxy
Well, 3M Window Weld is 60A, the lowest recommended urethane on the link you posted. However, I didn't see anything mentioned in that link about 2-part epoxy, so I didn't think that was included with what you mentioned originally.
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One part epoxy's are used in situations where using a two part epoxy would be impractical and the lesser one part epoxy will serve in it's intended use.
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