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    Dynamat sound deadening - Exhaust

    Just had my remus centre section fitted, and i'm very happy with it. It sounds nice and the drive doesn't seem so flat but it is a bit annoying when on dual carriageway/motorway. (don't fancy listening to my girlfriend complaining about the noise when on a long journey lol )

    ...I'd like to know if dynamat/sound deadening would help tone the noise down from inside the car - and if so, where would it have to be fitted? (everywhere )
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    Whole inside cabin !

    Alternatively find a speed where the sound is agreeable

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    lol expensive job then, think i'll have to leave it as it is.

    (was just going to do the doors but i doubt it would make any difference would it?)
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    every little would make a differance you should probly look fo second skin luxury liner more than deadening as that reduces vibrations and flexing

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    Quote Originally Posted by autoSRI View Post
    every little would make a differance you should probly look fo second skin luxury liner more than deadening as that reduces vibrations and flexing
    sorry to sound dumb, but what is that?
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    http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/seco...er-p-4855.html

    check out some of the other deadening products on there

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