full interior DYNAMAT install

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  1. Jas0n

    Jas0n Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I have a question: with all the layers of material you have fit in, will it increase the thickness of the coating more than original?
     
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    NO!!
     
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    start at page one. :)
     
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    So the equal thickness of the original! Thanks! :p
     
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    No its thinner. :)
     
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    I took out all the factory stuff in my car to get rid of extra weight. Now i'm sorry i did that. I wanted it to be more of a racer before, but now i'm thinking more driver. I got rid of all the heavy factory tar-like sheets that were on the floor. I have a ex system only to the rear axle so it does get loud inside the car. Also you hear every rattle of stuff too! I see they make kits now for sec gens from dynamat, but the one i saw for the floor was like $350!!! That didn't include under the dash area and rear package tray stuff. Is there anything else out there that can be used to help get rid of some of the noise without costing so much? I remember using this rubber membrane stuff on the weather side of my roof that my uncle did for me. It came in a sheet and had a sticky back to go over the plywood to keep out water. I wonder if it would help get rid of some interior noise? Anyone have any other ideas of stuff to use? I don't need the car to be sound proof, but would like to be able to hear the radio better! This is a great article.
     
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    i tried hush mat. there is alot of write ups on this kind of stuff
     
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    hi guys i just finished my 69 with that stuf and it is like day and night from the heat coming up through the car.
     
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    With the hushmat? Where did you get it from? Thanks


     

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