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Old 11-30-2013, 02:14 AM   #1
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Sound deadening ?

Im looking to quite my cars interior without spending an arm and a leg for dynomat. I was looking at lizard skin anyone have any experience with it? Or any other recommendations? Im thinking i would rather have a paint on kind? Im lost !!
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From the extensive research and reviews I looked at a while back, SDS could not be beat.

They have solid prices and seem to know absolutely EVERYTHING about sound deadening in automobiles. Their website will tell you everything from what product you'll need to buy, quantity, and where to apply it.

Their website isn't as simple as it used to be, but if you can read all of the information and understand why they're the best, you'll do it right the first time and save a lot money. I did my whole trunk and deck in my last Mustang for only $40.

http://www.sounddeadenershowdown.com
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Travis, I used both LizardSkin products on the 66. Now the driver and passenger can talk while doing 70mph. I sprayed the entire interior (trunk and underside) except under the dash. Unless your going to remove everything from the interior it might be best to use the sound barrier panels that are cut to fit. The overspray from LizardSkin can be a bit of a problem.
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I was going to strip the cars interior how did you go about applying it?
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With the spray gun from LizardSkin.
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How much did you use?
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2 buckets of each. Although I sprayed the entire interior, underside from the firewall to the rear bumper and the whole trunk except the lid with 2 coats. It helped with the sound and heat a lot.
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2 buckets of each. Although I sprayed the entire interior, underside from the firewall to the rear bumper and the whole trunk except the lid with 2 coats. It helped with the sound and heat a lot.
So 1/2 for inside half for underside? And what size bucket 1 or
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4, 2 gallon buckets. 2 ceramic and 2 sound control. I got them from a distributor in Texas. The price was about the same as Jegs. Total for me was about $750 with the spray gun. I picked LizardSkin because of total weight and total thickness. I'm running 2 1/2 exhaust along the driveshaft and it really keeps the heat down inside the car. The only thing I didn't like was the texture. I soda blasted the engine compartment back to smooth metal and now the firewall is like how a sprayed bedliner looks.
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