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01-14-2004 06:14 AM
M&M CUSTOM YEAH, this is the stuff. Dynamat Hoodliner, Thanks.
Sold by the 32" x 54" piece, Part Number: # 11905
Summit Racings' part number: DYC-11905 and they want $10 less than Dynamats site.

01-13-2004 09:35 PM
Malibucdl A lot of car audio stores also sell Dynamat, so you could check them as well.

01-13-2004 07:08 PM
Carbed95GT I'm almost positive Summit Racing sells the Dynamat. I've been looking to get one myself.
01-13-2004 05:26 PM
4 Jaw Chuck McMaster Carr carries a generic version as well.
01-13-2004 03:28 PM
astroracer The stuff is called Dynamat. Here is a link...
You may be able to get a deal thru a street rod supplier so that's where I'd start looking...
01-13-2004 12:24 PM
Where to find silver hood insulation.

I have searched here in the knowledge base, a basic search here, and on the internet through google for silver backed hood insulation material for my 1981 Chevy Malibu.
The old stuff is full of dirt and grease and parts are coming loose.
I have seen others with type of material at some of the car shows I attended last year, but never had any good answers as of yet on where to find this material.

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