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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-21-2016, 05:16 PM
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The guy that did the wheel wells on his 3 reported that the dynamat didn't do much, but adding a foam made a significant reduction in noise.

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The issue is that I don't know where to mount the foam .. there is only a very small space in the mud guard area that isn't part of the water drain channel system.

I am pretty sure that once it rained or you wash your car that stuff is soaked.
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Do you think a product like this would work well?

https://www.doitbest.com/products/10...sqRBoCFWLw_wcB
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No idea but Amazon sells the stuff pretty cheap. I am using the G-Matt products.
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Do you think a product like this would work well?

https://www.doitbest.com/products/10...sqRBoCFWLw_wcB
Depends, sometimes the peal and seal stuff won't last long term. Depends on the quality and thickness like with all things. If you go that route buy something you can see in person.

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i used peel n seal on my speed worked solid. It melted when it got hot in the trunk give it 3.5 outta 5
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I see no purpose of sound deadening plastic. When I close my door I hear the reverb of the sheet metal. Thatís where the vibration sounds probably come from and where you want to deaden it. Iíve never seen a DIY that applied mats to plastic, only the bare sheet metal.

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