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Old 02-24-2013, 01:08 PM   #5
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Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Milwaukee, WI
2013 Impreza 5-spd


Originally Posted by chris9167 View Post
Dynamat the entire door
That is a waste of money, and adds too much weight. You gain nothing by covering an entire surface with Dynamat, or any other product like it. Strategic placement to deaden vibration is the key.

Originally Posted by 97OBLimited View Post

For those of you who will say it is a waste of time and money, im not doing it right etc... that's fine with me. I did nearly the same process in my old car and noticed a huge difference. Most of the material was free and I have about $40 in this project. I have a ton of free time on the weekends so even if the results aren't perfect which i know they wont be, it was a fun project. I'm not aiming for perfection. I just want the best results with what i have and I feel like what i did works but i will not know until I do a road test.
Thanks for the write up thus far. I plan to tackle this project when summer rolls around. The floor needs a LOT of work, but the results should be worth the trouble.
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