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Old 12-04-2009, 11:30 PM
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Sound/Heat insulation material

Can anyone shed some light on what this self - adhesive material may be called. It is fitted throughout the interior of the 67 Mustang coupe and came installed. There is still one door to finish and the trunk is only half way there so i am trying to figure out what this material is called and who may sell it. It is extremely tacky on the black side and requires a major effort to peel back from any surface it is fitted to.
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It is any one of a number of products used for sound dampening/and or heat reflection. It could be Dynamat, FatMat, B-Quiet, Hushmat, Second Skin, etc. Any of these will work for you. There are basically two types of these products, the ones that the black sticky part is asphalt based, and the ones that are butyl based. The asphalt based products in general are less expensive, but don't stand up to heat and cold as well as the butyl based products. The more expensive products in general can have a thicker foil layer and can have a better black sound dampening layer.
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Insulation

Thanks for that. I found the dynamat website. Their products are similar but thicker so i will track down the other products you have listed there.
Interesting reading on headliners you posted. I would be happy if the mustang looks as neat as yours. I have yet to fit the new one in the 67. Have to get the roof insulation sorted before.
Thanks for your time and tips.
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