Sound Barrier

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  1. WazTTed

    WazTTed Grease Monkey

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    Bit of a tangent to your question, but what bushes are you running?
     
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    Es poly subframe and diff bushes hence the noise
     
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    Yeah, because the vibrations are being transmitted to the body so efficiently you'll have a hard time dulling it with underlay as the whole car is acting like a speaker. Your money would probably be better spent on some rubber bushes.

    The material you're looking at will be fine in terms of water though, it's synthetic and hard mineral so wont be absorbing atmospheric moisture like a natural fabric would. It is still fibrous though so if you spill something in it or water enters the car from the undercarriage or wheel arches it will hold it and need to be pulled apart to dry.
     
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    Dynamat is for panel vibrations. Dynaliner on top of dynamat for sound.
     

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