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Old 08-30-2009, 12:58 PM
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Stop Interior noise

Hi ,I'd like to know if anyone has ever used Spectrum on the outside of the floor pan .Did it quiet down your ride?,Thanks,Bob

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I used DynaMat and Lizard Skin.
It seems to cut out a LOT of the heat and noise.
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This wiki article may be helpful to you: Ceramic insulation.

We also have a designated Sound deadening article. However, it's not very well-developed yet. If anyone can add to it, please do so. Thanks.
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I would think anything on the outside (underside) of the floor pan would soon go away if not protected. I am going to install mine on the top side (inside) of the floor pan.

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