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Old June 22nd 2006, 18:25
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Another porject. 2332 cc. Type 1

This bug is a birthday present for my father.

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interior shots

hey in your interior shots u wrapped your door in aluminum insulation material what company stuff did you use ? have you used it before? and would you recommend it

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That looks hot! I'm jealous, I'd love a set of Teledials.
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hey in your interior shots u wrapped your door in aluminum insulation material what company stuff did you use ? have you used it before? and would you recommend it

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I's the first time I don't have any experience with thath. i buy it on ebay
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I don't know what stuff he used on the doors but it looks very similar to what I used on mine. You can get it at a roofing store. It's basically sticky rubber tar with an aluminum backing on it. Sticks really well and molds to most shapes pretty easy to as you can see by his door panel. He might have the better IE more expensive stuff that has butyl in it. Thats expensive stuff compaired to what I used. The only real differance is the stuff with higher butyl will stick to things like roofs and side panels better especially in extreme heat area's.
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I's the first time I don't have any experience with thath. i buy it on ebay
If he bought it on eBay, its most likely B-Quiet. I'm using their "Ultimate" SDM on my car. Excellent product and customer service -- and much cheaper than Dynamat... :agree: :agree:
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