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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-01-2005, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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sound deadning material...?

I am looking to use some of this stuff on the inside of my truck. I have a very loud exhaust and it is not always nice to have to listen to it. So I would like top use some dynamat of somthing of the like to help me out. I know about dynamat but that stuff cost a grip... is there a low cost equivilant that is just as good? I also see diffrent thickness in some of the stuff that I see on ebay. What is the diffrence and how much more sound deadning do you get the thicker you go? Also about how many square feet will I need to do the inside of a single cab s10 truck, I want to do both door panels, the headliner, and the back wall and maybe the kick panels. thanks for the info

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In most cases, less material(thickness)=less effective. I like Dynamat Xtreme and Dynaliner. Two different products to block two different ranges of frequency. With any sound deadener, the more you use, the better it works. I have 100 lbs of different materials in my car.
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This is supposed to be some of the best stuff that you can use. Don't know how it compares price wise though.
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what is susposed to be the best? and any ideas on how many square ft. I will need?

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2 bulk kits of dynamat extreme would make that a pretty well dampened truck, 1 may not do everything you want to.

i think you can get the bulk kits for 100$ on ebay. ( I hate ebay, but i know you don't)


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you remember? I subs I bought are 2ohm stable. and for some reason I cant remember I cant wire the subs to take 2 ohm or it will drop the load to 1ohm on the amp or somthing like that. So the amps are only pushing 125 but they really dont do a bad job at all, plently for me.

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yeah, i remember, what subs do you have?

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you could run two of them on one amp and have almost the same amount of power.

then you could make some money off of that amp. or keep it as a spare.

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