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whats the recommended sound proofing?
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I was wondering what yall had used to quiet and cool your cars and what was the best bang for your buck dynamat is supposed to be the best but its also the most expensive and if i go with lizard skin the heat shielding and sound proofing stuff isnt much cheaper and i know i can lay factory style underlayment on top of it. what are yalls thoughts/opinions ive seen alot of discussions on the internet already buuuuuut id rather hear what yall had to say since yall haven't steered me wrong yet Smile
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#2
Hi Nick,

You will find a lot of forum folk here have their own strong preferences when it comes to sound proofing and insulation.

I went with a product called Resomat here in Australia, and i really love it. I installed it into my '73 vert, and it has made a world of difference to sound, as well as hot and cold. Quality product that works, at a good price. Easy DIY or pay to be done.WinkWink

Your Reference.................

http://trufitcarpets.com.au/resomat/

Greg.Smile

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Big Grin
i have used raam mat is for soun deadening for audio wors great cheaper than the high priced stuff
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jennyrn95630@yahoo.com;197126 Wrote:Big Grin
i have used raam mat is for soun deadening for audio wors great cheaper than the high priced stuff
Raam Mat too..

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Nick1973,

I used the 3M - Sound Deadening Pads. Man, this stuff is sticky and molds to any contour. I plan on adding back my underlayment pads.

Part number: 8840 - 19 Inch X 19 Inch (500mm X 500mm)

Detailed Description

3M™ Sound Deadening Pads are conformable, self-adhesive sheets that can be easily custom cut and applied to vehicle floor pans, engine compartments, hoods, deck lids, inside doors and on body panels.

http://products3.3m.com/catalog/secured/...utput_html

mustang7173
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Qcode351mach;197131 Wrote:
jennyrn95630@yahoo.com;197126 Wrote:Big Grin
i have used raam mat is for soun deadening for audio wors great cheaper than the high priced stuff
Raam Mat too..

Me three. thumb

On Q's recommendation, as a matter of fact. Big Grin

All the same quality and benefits of Dynamat, without having to pay extra for the logos plastered everywhere - you're just going to cover up with something else anyway. Wink Big Grin

Eric

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I went with Lizard Skin. Mainly because you could paint body color over it for judging purposes should something be visible. Nothing is visible, but I liked the benefit of being able to spray it into the voids in the quarters and inner structures behind the kick panels and under the cowl. Just my preference.

BKDunha
72 Mach 1 H-Code (Concourse driven restoration)
67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

68 Mercury Cyclone (Pro-Street project)
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#8
I'm like a lot of us, the price of dynamat and lizard skin seems ridiculous. I'm going to use this: http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?productId=1018733
A lot of other people have used it, apparently with good results.



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
--Albert Einstein
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bkdunha;197170 Wrote:I went with Lizard Skin. Mainly because you could paint body color over it for judging purposes should something be visible. Nothing is visible, but I liked the benefit of being able to spray it into the voids in the quarters and inner structures behind the kick panels and under the cowl. Just my preference.

You bring up a good point, regarding coverage. The "mat" materials can be challenging and time consuming to get into all the tight spots. I've not heard anything bad at all about the Lizard Skin, either. I remember when Roy put it in his car and later reported how awesome it was.

Eric

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Here is a picture of the Lizard Skin sprayed in and painted.

   

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BKDunha
72 Mach 1 H-Code (Concourse driven restoration)
67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

68 Mercury Cyclone (Pro-Street project)
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