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Old 07-06-2013, 07:25 PM   #1
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Barton shifter bracket question.

So I've installed a Barton single post shifter bracket in my 13 two months ago, and although shifting quality is greatly improved I did notice a lot more transmission noise in the cabin. Normal???
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So I've installed a Barton single post shifter bracket in my 13 two months ago, and although shifting quality is greatly improved I did notice a lot more transmission noise in the cabin. Normal???
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No problem. It stiffens the linkage therefore transferring vibrations and sound into the cabin. Dynomat is a good sound deadener to put in the console where the shifter is. There is plenty of room in there to add insulation.
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No problem. It stiffens the linkage therefore transferring vibrations and sound into the cabin. Dynomat is a good sound deadener to put in the console where the shifter is. There is plenty of room in there to add insulation.
I'll try that! Where can I find Dynomat? I'll check YouTube for the install.
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I'll try that! Where can I find Dynomat? I'll check YouTube for the install.
Um..... I would Google it. I'm not sure of a local place that would sell it. Maybe a local audio shop. They use it allot. Maybe Lowe's.
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I've gotten it at best buy in the audio section.
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