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placid warrior 
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Posted: March 04, 2005 at 9:51 PM / IP Logged  
allrighty then...so if u live in hot areas like in the states then use a good undercoating (at least on the roof or places that defy gravity) and if u live in cooler places like in canada (although it can get fairly hot up here) then u can use dynomat or roofing materials, lol...well i suppose its safe to say that at least on the roof the undercoating should be used...i would still use the roofing material on the floor as it most likely provides much better sound deadening than the spray, although the spray should be on the bottom of the outside of the car anyways...whaddaya think auex
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Posted: March 04, 2005 at 11:35 PM / IP Logged  
Just offering my experience,nothing more nothing less. While the roofing material will work to reduce road noise it probably won't help with rattles.
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Posted: March 05, 2005 at 12:21 AM / IP Logged  
I've used undercoating (and truck bed liner), and Dynomat (WeatherShield) and they both do their own thing. A combo of the two types is best. Spray some undercoating where things come together, then lay a coating of Dynomat on top of it. I just thought of this and it would be real pricey but if you could have someone spray the walls roof and floor with Rino Liner, then lay Dynomat on top, that would do it. But like I said, it would cost ALOT.
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placid warrior 
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Posted: March 05, 2005 at 12:21 AM / IP Logged  

thats where i would use the caulking...at a buck a tube its not a bad deal, and it really gets in the seams nice and deep, probably a bit nicer than asphalt spray, sorta makes the supports and panel one solid piece in a way then i guess.

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Posted: March 05, 2005 at 9:59 AM / IP Logged  
thats a great idea Auex...felt would work. i'll run a strip of felt after i do the back of the pannels.
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placid warrior 
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Posted: March 05, 2005 at 12:36 PM / IP Logged  

i'm gonna try the felt thing too cause the 3rd lite on my spoiler cant be screwed down and its the only thing on my trunk that rattles wich really bugs me.

so the materials that were covered were:

1) dynomat / roofing material - sound deadening (reinforcing the panels?)

2) rubberized asphalt spray / Tar - some sound dampening, keeping supports 'n' stuff from rattling

3) caulking - keeping supports 'n' stuff from rattling ( good combo if spraying asphalt spray over top as well? less messy?)

4) felt - stopping removeable panels from rattling?

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Posted: March 07, 2005 at 8:21 AM / IP Logged  
Well guys I did the roofing materials some more this weekend and sunday on my to church I pulled out of the driveway and the body of the car twisted and flexed like its supposed to which popped the sheeting loose from the side areas. Oh well thanks to the foil tape I sealed ALL the edges with its not coming off. The interior of the car sounds so, so, so much better now.  Instead of the felt you guys are talking about for rattling im going to use foam rubber. You know the weird colored stuff you use for padding underneath carpet. I'm going to cut and lay this in place and see what happens.
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