I need/want some Damplifier or Damplifier Pro (damp and damp pro from here on.) Not sure which one would be the most cost effective for my application. I also don't know how much I will need. I'll be doing the 25% method.
I want to dampen my front doors and trunk lid. As far as the front doors go I will need to seal them off, possibly using some deadener to do this? I have seen people use wood, plexi as well as this adhesive deadener. Wood would probably be the most cost effective though.
The stock system in my GP is pretty nice, when I have it playing loud on my stock HU I can visible see the door panel flex from the outside. Some damp or damp pro will take care of that just fine, which one though?
The trunk lid will be deadened using some damp or damp pro. I'll also be doubling up the weatherstripping and using some Great Stuff around the latch area. The only part I will be using damp or damp pro is on the top, not by the latch area because it is curved and not prone to resonate.
So, any info and opinions are welcomed.
Oh, and when I order this ish I want to be cool like Kyle and get some stickers. To dampen my windshield, of course. lol :P
I emailed Jon about this and he promptly replied and gave me some great info! Good ole Damplifier is equivalent or better than Dynamat Extreme. Who knew? (not me.) Damplifier pro is a bit better and you get more quality for your dollar. However with my budget Damplifier was the right choice for me. Jon went out of his way to help me out and provided some great customer service.
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