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Old 04-29-2005, 01:04 AM   #2
Derwood3285 is on a distinguished road
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Rochester Hills, MI
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1992 SC2
Default Re: Weatherblock for Sound Deadening-updates?

I've gone several "economic" routes in attempting to get around having to pay some of the quasi-outrageous prices for audio. I once did the Weatherblock approach on a Talon I owned way back in the day.... It's just not made for what I wanted to use it for.... it eventually dried out and became more of a vibration issue than my body pannels... it lasted me about a year and a half though... so I don't know what kind of longevity that you're looking for or any of that...

But if you're looking for a good semi-cheap solution to sound vibration, take a look at the spray on dynomat... you can pick up gallons of it for a decent price and you just spray or roll it in... weighs a bit much when all dried and taken care of... but it's worth the price if you're looking for true quality sound.
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