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Old 05-27-2004, 11:34 PM   #11
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great job, where did you get it and how much would i be looking at to get some?
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i used 2 rolls of 12" x 33.5ft of peel and seal i bought from menards on sale for $24.99

want the price of dynamat?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...701762595&rd=1

thats $100 for 36sq ft, thats $2.77 per sq ft

i used 67 sq ft and paid $50, thats $.74 per sq ft
thanx appreciate the info
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Holy LaBrea, that'* more asphalt than I-270!!
Props on going to all that trouble. That'* one hell of a weekend project!!
Let us know how she sounds, once you get her put back together!
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thanks for all the compliments, it was a great project for me to get to know my car, im having fun.

i got all the padding, carpet and shifter back in, i should have it driveable by tomorrow...i will def let you know how it goes
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as requested in another post...i will go more in depth on the final result...

sorry it took so long

the smell went away after a week or so...

i noticed an improvment in the bass frequencies, and trunk rattle, but not enough to justify doing this...

i did not notice any difference with road noise...

i am yet to do the doors...which will be soon, along with a couple other secret mods when i have the panels off

any other questions just ask
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I did the doors and trunk on Trav'* 93 SE, it works. His 10" sub sounded alot better afterwards.
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I did the doors and trunk on Trav'* 93 SE, it works. His 10" sub sounded alot better afterwards.
with dynamat or peel and seal?
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peel and seal, found it at home depot, but only in 6" widths. six or seven rolls used.
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yah smell does go away and its easier to do the trunk and floors with the 12" and the doorks and tight spaces with the 6" (i think there is even a 3") the stuff is very cost effective and works. I also did my friend'* truck and he has a L7 in a double ported box and his truck rattled a ton before and now there is not a single rattle. the bonne still rattles a tiny bit but its the exaust cover thing that is rattling the most. it definately dampens well though.
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ok how much did you use for just the trunk
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peel and seal, found it at home depot, but only in 6" widths. six or seven rolls used.
How much per roll?
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