Was this from an auto body shop supply place or elsewhere?I bought a giant roll of heat and sound insulation that was 15 feet long and about 2 inches (compressible) thick. Cost me $22. I adhered it to the inside of all the doors and inside the dash and everywhere I could think of. In my opinion, the dynamat to coat the car would cost more than the car, since it runs about $20 for 2 sqaure feet, or like $40 a roll for 4 feet.
Yeah, I guess you are right. Maybe the door plastic is only 2 mill.Thinner. Much thinner. pretty much paper thin and tears easy.
Exactly, also place with large gaps between the plastic interior and the actual door have a double layer of padding so the plastic doesn't vibrate. I had no issue with that plastic stuff, it was just abig piece of tape, no black caulking or "white death" (marine caulking). The insulation dramatically reduced the road noise outside as well, and keep all the cars vibrations to a minimum, whereas stock, everything is this car vibrated. ijust need to find an easy way to keep the flip-up table from vibrating, or getting rid of it.Oh I know what you are talking about. The water proofing plastic so that the water in the door does not make its way into the cabin or mess up upholstered door panels. It is put in with the softest stickiest messiest black caulking on the '08 I have ever seen!
I though you were referring to the floorpan and rear floor. That did not make any sense.
And this 2" stuff goes in the doors? For good acoustics with the speakers open to the door interior?
Ah come on! Is it 3,000 PSI?Flatmate looks like it will do the job! I find a good set of tires goes along ways to sound deadening things , and of course with the correct pressures. I won't mention the pressure I run as it tends to rile Radar24<grin> Hal