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Ex-Rolla
05-25-2005, 12:45 AM
Hey guys, I\'ve been looking around for some sound absorbing spray. I remember a while ago dynamat had such a product, but i cannot seem to find it, nor can i find anywhere that sells it. I\'ve asked at home depot, but they referred me to an audio shop. I\'ve asked a few audio shops with no luck. I would like to spray the inner door panels/fenders etc to reduce road noise... Dynamat can become costly and if applied in a number of areas can become heavy.

anyone familiar with such a product?

Ex

Ex-Rolla
05-25-2005, 12:53 AM
ahh FOUND (http://www.dynamat.com/auto_dynashield.htm#Dynashield_Spray) it.. can\'t beleive i missed it

Now to find a less expensive way of purchasing it.

nifty6
06-04-2005, 10:40 AM
Originally posted by Ex-Rolla


ahh FOUND (http://www.dynamat.com/auto_dynashield.htm#Dynashield_Spray) it.. can\'t beleive i missed it

Now to find a less expensive way of purchasing it.



I remember being in a Nissan dealership in Richmond Hill and they had a Murano in the show room with the sound absorbing product applied, not sure if they sent the car out or did it themselves...

-RJ3-
06-04-2005, 11:21 AM
Wouldn\'t Dynomat be the way? and the spray is messy no? I rather just apply padding rather to apply gunk that will drip or have a hard time taking it off.

Ex-Rolla
06-04-2005, 03:17 PM
Originally posted by -RJ3-


Wouldn\'t Dynomat be the way? and the spray is messy no? I rather just apply padding rather to apply gunk that will drip or have a hard time taking it off.

Hey RJ,
I would agree that Dynomat is easier for the doors/trunk, but I also want to apply the spray around the wheel well area. Basically taking the plastic out in the wheel well area and put a few coats on the outer part of it (where it\'s not really exposed to the elements... I want to reduce road noise mare than anything really.

Ex

SABIO
06-04-2005, 09:49 PM
If you wanted to spray the wheel well (outside), Just pick yourself up some rubberised undercoating from C.T.C (can. tire corp.)

A couple layers of that stuff will give ya some peace and quiet. That is what i am going to do.

I also picked up Dynomat Extreme at Futureshop. One of my many projects I have on the go.

SwooshICE
06-11-2005, 02:06 AM
Let us know if the spray makes any difference :)