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Old 12-03-2014, 03:44 PM   #1
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HEAT and SOUND deadener...

Hey guys, so my racing cage is being done as we speak and I'm trying to find a heat and sound deadener since the interior is completely dismantled.

I've seen the dynamat product and I've looked into lizard skin. My main concern is the heat and keeping as much weight out of the car. So I'm looking for your opinions and ideas please! Attachment 170877


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This is what I am going to use on mine. I bought it a few weeks ago to practice before I use it on my car. I have a Toyota FJ Cruiser that has a lot of noise from the exhaust so I am going to put this on it to see if it helps out. I figure it can't hurt.

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That looks a lot like that lizard skin stuff I saw and I think it's less expensive too.


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I would think lizard skin would be lighter and permanent.


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That looks a lot like that lizard skin stuff I saw and I think it's less expensive too.


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I started looking for the Lizard Skin and came across this stuff. I did a little research and figured it might be worth a shot. You spray it on let it stiffen up and you are done. You can paint it if you want or put bed liner on top of it but I am going to leave it bare. I hope to get my FJ done in the next few months to test it out. If you want I can report it back here as to how it went. Unless you get there first then you can report it back.

I plan on doing the entire trunk area as well as the ceiling, firewall, door skins, and floor pans with this.

Good luck Mike
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I opted for Lizard Skin and very pleased with it. I put down 2 coats of both types from the firewall to the rear bumper. The product does what it says! and I can hold a conversation with a passenger @70 mph. Good Luck
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Thanks boys!! I'll keep u guys posted. Should be getting the car back on Monday.


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