|Item Weight||6.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.75 x 12 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||10435|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10435|
|OEM Part Number||10435|
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Dynamat 10435 12" x 36" x 0.067" Thick Self-Adhesive Sound Deadener with Xtreme Door Kit
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Stop fighting engine rumble, speaker rattle, road noise and buzzing vehicle parts! Apply Dynamat Xtreme to your vehicles resonant surfaces and enjoy improved clarity, loudness and bass response from your car stereo. High-performance Dynamat Xtreme is lighter than Dynamat Original, four times more effective, requires no heat to apply and is recommended for vehicle tops, sides and contoured areas. Dynamat Xtreme is coated with aluminum for high temperature areas such as firewalls and floors. Why does your car stereo sound louder when you pull off the freeway and come to a stop? Road noise steals much of the listenable portion of your music. At 70 mph, a typical automotive noise level of 85 dB leaves you with only 20 dB of listenable music. Applying Dynamat creates a "sonic barrier" restoring 3, 6, even 12 dB of lost dynamic range. Gaining just 3 dB doubles your effective amplifier power. And that means you hear more music. Kit contains four 12" x 36" (305mm x 914mm) pieces of Dynamat Xtreme and includes enough material for two standard size doors.
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Dynamat is not easy to install. It's going to cut your fingers and leave black sticky stuff on them. It's going to test your will for taking apart panels and contorting your body while you reach into spaces no man has gone before. But – you will survive and here's what you'll have:
Awesome sound. Tight doors that thunk instead of clink. A vibration-controlled surface for your speakers which will knock your socks off, especially when you crank the volume. The main issue in any kind of sound control is reducing vibration and eliminating the potential for a surface to resonate at certain frequencies and Dynamat does this in spades.
If you're like I was, you're looking at reviews, you're kind of convinced it would be worth it, but you'd also like to not do it and pretend the sound would be okay. But I'm telling you, it's totally worth it!
This product was easy to work with (comes in 4 strips) and used two strips to cover each front door. So the kit only covered my two front doors and a tiny portion of one rear door. (I bought 36 sqft of butyl from another manufacturer and was able to cover about 5x that amount of area for less than the price this one kit!)
This was easy to cut and the adhesive was plenty strong. I used a roller to help install/flatten the product agains the door frame and used noise tape to help seal and bind the two pieces together. **Make sure not to block any of the wires or mounts needed to reinstall the interior door panels!** Once that is complete and the door panels are reinstalled, the final results look the same as stock from the factory, but the car is more quiet and comfortable to ride in.
If I had to choose a negative, I guess I'd have to go with the install. It's not even really a negative though, I just goofed at one point. The adhesive back is VERY sticky, as in it will stick to everything including itself; if you're putting the whole sheet or most of it in a part of your door, get it in position first and then slowly peel the paper back off as you press it against your door.
The attached video isn't top quality because I filmed it with my phone and had to use a program to combine two clips, cutting quality, but you can get the idea.