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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 08-11-2015, 11:37 PM Thread Starter
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Talk about tire noise

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Anybody here has success reduce cabin noise from tire? If yes please share your exp.
I drive mazda 6 GT with 19" tire
It is very loud on freeway but when i drive on peffect surface it so beautiful very quiet!


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Yes - the OE Dunlops are 7/10 loud. Installing new Yokohama Advan A/S tires reduced my tire noise to 2/10 on all surfaces including concrete. Most of the noise in our cars is tire induced. FWIW I changed my tires at 22K miles, they were at 4/32" and were dangerous in the wet.


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My tires are bridgestone too loud


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The OE Dunlops on my 2016 Touring have good dry traction but very noisy...and the car isn't soundproofed well at all. Especially on groovy pavement I not only hear the rumbles but feel it below my feet. I plan to do some sound deadening (CCF+MLV) and am looking forward to better tires when the OEM ones wear out.

Any chance I can convince the dealer to swap out the tires? The car is only 2 weeks old.
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I have done dynamat doors, trunk but nothing change
I think main problem is about soundproof of the car verybad
And main noise is come from 19" tire


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There are some threads on here about soundproofing. I think I'd get decent results with CCF and MLV on the floor, up to the firewall, and especially the kickpanel areas. This is where the noise seems to be the worst.

Dynamat isn't going to do much except lower the resonant frequency of the panel it's attached to (and make a "ping" of something hitting the sheet metal more like a "thud").
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@jsun_g Definitely keep us updated on what you do as far as soundproofing. It's the only thing that I've never modified on a car, but I definitely want to on the 6. I was planning on trying some GTMAT or FatMat, but reading your post makes it sound like that wouldn't help much with blocking out road noise.
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Yea dynamat wouldnt block road noise
I have use undercoating spray four wheel well but nothing change too.
So things dont need to do reduce noise:
Dynamat cant help
Undercoating cant help

Maybe i try with foam mat for four doors first
And main thing i think change tire will help


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Here is the stuff I ordered (MLV and CCF):







Hopefully will get some time off in the next couple weeks to try it out.

I also ordered some acoustic foam from Parts Express for inner door treatment and dash treatment (part of audio upgrade I'm planning).

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Hopefully this will work.
Report here when you done please thanks


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