Your reasoning for wanting the Boomba is similar to mine. I would love to hear some updates at 500 & 1000 miles.ooklathemok, please keep us posted since your concerns are the same ones I have. I'm interested in the boomba raw aluminum one since it appears to be the one that looks closest to stock.
I am sorry.(and my wife that I carpool with in the FiST 5 days a week )
I have the Custom Performance Engineering Mount on my FiST with 2000 miles on the mount. I would probably place it just above the Cobb's stiffness, but not as harsh as the Boomba. My review on it: At cold start idle, you hear and notice it much more than stock. At normal idle, it is noticeable, but does not vibrate the car apart. Once everything is at operating temperature, the mount settles in. It is only noticeable between idle and 1500-1750 rpm. At higher RPM's, you don't feel or notice it.That's good feedback - thank you. I've been debating the Cobb vs. Boomba and it seems the Cobb may be better suited for me (and my wife that I carpool with in the FiST 5 days a week )
Would temperature have something to do with it?So now I'm about 600-650 miles. All the excessive nvh that I was concerned about has magically disappeared one morning. While I wouldn't say it's stock now, I will say it's pretty close. I don't notice any scary rattling, noise, vibrations or humming as I did before 250-300 miles. Maybe it's in my head but I do hear a little nvh that I think I haven't heard before prior to the rmm installation. It's minuscule at best. It doesn't annoy me. I can live with it. I will say that if you're in the wrong gear the noise is much more amplified with this rmm than the stock one. I'm glad I hung in there.
That's good feedback - thank you. I've been debating the Cobb vs. Boomba and it seems the Cobb may be better suited for me (and my wife that I carpool with in the FiST 5 days a week )