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Old 07-19-2013, 10:59 AM   #1
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Decreasing nvh

As I replace things, I am starting to feel the effects of nvh. The worst is my upper strut mounts that are squeaking like crazy. I'm hoping to get that resolved soon. But I'm replacing my uca soon and I've picked up some nvh from my new lca's. so I've been researching dynamat to line my back seat and trunk to alleviate some of this nvh. Has anyone had success with this?
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As I replace things, I am starting to feel the effects of nvh. The worst is my upper strut mounts that are squeaking like crazy. I'm hoping to get that resolved soon. But I'm replacing my uca soon and I've picked up some nvh from my new lca's. so I've been researching dynamat to line my back seat and trunk to alleviate some of this nvh. Has anyone had success with this?
Three things: Roush wheel-hop reduction. I had a BMR uca and I took that thing off within a week! Didn't like the noise! Roush kit is silent like a ninja
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Three things: Roush wheel-hop reduction. I had a BMR uca and I took that thing off within a week! Didn't like the noise! Roush kit is silent like a ninja
I know but I don't know if it will correct my pinion angle. I have a 1.5 drop. What do you think?
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I know but I don't know if it will correct my pinion angle. I have a 1.5 drop. What do you think?
Oh man I don't know! I have the roush stage 2 suspension, and my drop settled to less than a inch. Mine was to the point where if it was ANY further it would need to be adjustable. So I lucked out. I refused to deal with the NVH, and I would have put the stock springs back in if I had to.
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Old 07-19-2013, 06:37 PM   #5
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A dss drive shaft like i got has the cv joint at the rear. it allows you to use the roush mount on a lowered car because pinion angle is of no concern with the dss drive shaft. I will be installing my d/s and my roush mount soon as my off road x pipe comes in! My steeda adjustable makes more noise then a busted chain saw...lol well not that much..
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Ive had good success with dynamat. I put a bit under my center console around the shifter after i installed my barton 2-post bracket. Its quiter then stock. As far as the suspension goes im not sure. I have barely any increased NVH from my suspension work minus a liiiiiitle bit from my lcas and brackets at low speed with the windows up and radio off.
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Napoleon85 posted this stuff in another thread. Its a Teflon based dry lubricant that will not pick up road grime, debris, or condensation. Seems to be a lot quiter then a regular lube for the bushings. I would give this stuff a shot and see if it helps. I know he was using spherical bushings which are traditionally much louder than poly bushings, and got great results.
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