Hi guys, 1) I am wondering why most engine cross-members for RWD engines have the engine mounts at approximately 45-degrees on either side...? Is this due to rigidity of cross-members's connection/etc(?), or does it come down to the arc that the engine wants to push/pull in and is required to damped and isolate that movement and NVH?? 2) I understand that there are differing styles and materials of engine mounts... What would be important to consider if I fabricated my engine mounts to sit either at 0 or 180-degrees (vertical/horizontal) to my engine? I think it's safe to assume that if these typical 45-degree angles aren't used on either side there would be different loads on the engine mounts and they could have compromised longevity or different NVH damping? Backstory: My build has hit a roadblock and I've deiced to fabricate an engine cross-member in order to gain extra header clearance for the V8 I'm putting in.