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Old 05-11-2003, 12:07 AM   #11
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I use dynamat spray **** I coated everything including the back of my seat. get into all the nooks and crannys with this **** and you wont be able to hear any raddling
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I use dynamat spray **** I coated everything including the back of my seat. get into all the nooks and crannys with this **** and you wont be able to hear any raddling
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I am currently testing a 3000 watt RMS system in my bonnie and have problems with the heat sheild and trunk flex. Have a port coming through the rear deck and my roof also flexs
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Is the Dynamat spray easy to use? Is it easier to use rather than the mats, and does it make a difference, sound-wise, between the two? I just got a new eq/processer. It'* a Pioneer DEQ-9200, I'm gonna be intalling it underneath the headunit which requires me to cut out the molding. When I get pics, I'll post them.
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The spray is easier to use and looks alot better. Thats why I chose the spray other then the mat because you can hit it everywhere.
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Everything is installed. The sound is unbelievable. Not a single rattle (except the licsense plate, but I'll be taking care of that soon enough). Thanks for everyone'* advice. www.cardomain.com/id/stunna1
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I have 1 Bazooka 10". No rattles to report, but then again, what is 150W compared to the 500w+ you guys are pushing....

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i got 2 EV 12" * pushin 550 watts and the car rattles like a ****, ive found that tightening the latch works wonders, its all in the trunk!

ive also noticed that my muffler is suspended with a rubber plate thing, and the muffler rattles against something farter towards the engine so how would i fix that part ??? replace the rubber plate with steel and bolt/weld it down ?
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I use dynamat spray **** I coated everything including the back of my seat. get into all the nooks and crannys with this **** and you wont be able to hear any raddling
How much does the dynamat spray cost per bottle? (different sizes?)
How many cans did it take you to coat your trunk russianpolarbear?
Did you use 1 layer or more?

Did you put it anywhere else on the car besides your trunk?
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