This engine mount is a 2 piece design.The lower piece wraps then bolts to the front cross member,while the torque damper attaches with 4 bolts to theengine block next to the A/C Compressor. This mountprovides a better/firmer engine mounting, which in turn makesshifting much less tedious, and virtually eliminates the 1st to 2ndgear engine bucking. A highly recommended addition to any Speed 6. Turbine Tech's Liquid to Air Front Mount Intercooler I have chosen to replace the OEM Top Mount Intercooler withsomething a little more efficient. I chose a Liquid to Air Intercooler.I chose to go with a Liquid to Air Intercooler for a few reasons. 1) The OEM Top Mount Air to Air Intercooler suffers from heat soak.2) Most Air to Air Front Mount Intercoolers require cutting away partsof the front fascia and/or bumper system, which I don't like.Instead of 2.5 or 3 inch piping, a 3/4" hose is all that is runbetween the 2 heat exchangers, which is flexible, and easilyrouted without cutting up my car AND will not leak boost.3) Long lengths of intercooler pipe results in loss of pressure at theend of its long winding run to and from the front of the car. There is also a little more lag added to response from thislengthy trip the charged air must travel before getting backinto the intake manifold. (Turbo is in the rear of theengine bay in the Mazdaspeed 6, so its got a way to go) Drawbacks: Everything has them, including this system.1) Heavier than an Air to Air Intercooler. It's a heavy car to beginwith, so adding more weight is a down side.2) More complicated, so there's more to go wrong. A pump and 2heat exchangers as compared to the traditional one found on anAir to Air and NO pump at all make it more complex. Here's the complete Intercooler system prior to installation. There's a protectivefilm on the heat shield to protect the metal from scratching.