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TheUnderFighter
07-15-2011, 05:44 AM
I got mine in a couple weeks ago and have had it in for... a couple
weeks now:P This is my first deadener experience as I've really only
been in the car audio game for a few months. But I've been obsessed
with it ever since and am amazed at how much I've learned in just
those few months, and this site has been a ton of help. Anyways, I was
sick of trunk and rear-deck lid rattles mostly, and the more and more
I read about it, the more and more I wanted it. Hearing people say it
was the best investment they've ever made, increased output, cooler
trunk, quieter ride, etc... I had to have it, and with the big new
brand Audio Technix out and offering great deals with great reviews, I
pulled the trigger. Got 25sqft of the 60mil to deck out my trunk and
license plate of course. I bought a roller with it, and made sure to
rub all the areas down with rubbing alcohol first for a clean stick.
Everything pealed off very easy. I had no problems cutting or molding
it to anything. I didn't cut my hands up? I'm not sure how people managed to do that. But I'm sure when working with lots it, it could get messy, I didn't have any of those problems.
When buying it, I had quick PM response, and very helpful. Shipped right away, and was at my door in less than 5 days. What more could I ask for?:)
It went on easy and sticky, and the roller helped a lot. But it was also easy enough to press down with my fingers. It took maybe an hour to do the trunk lid, maybe a bit more. And the rear deck lid took a couple hours, though it'd probably go by much quicker if it wasn't my first time. And because it was my first time, please make any suggestions on something I should have deadened and missed, or any sort of tips! I'd really appreciate it. I've still got around 1/3 to a 1/4 of the roll left, so I can still tackle some areas that would be useful, if you guys suggest it. Here's some pics to fap to!
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TheUnderFighter
07-15-2011, 05:46 AM
I'm still getting rattle off the rear deck lid, but its significantly less than before. I'll be going in in the next week or 2 to attack that.
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TheUnderFighter
07-15-2011, 05:49 AM
And this stuff works great! My trunk is solid, you can hear it when you shut it and knock on it. No more license plate rattle;) And boy can I hear the difference when I drive. I was so pumped the first day, smiled my whole drive. It was like I got a whole new system, very exciting. Almost made up for my grossly undersized enclosure for my subs. It'll be really nice when I get the new sub and custom enclosure in:) I can't wait.
Also, it's been two very hot weeks here in California, and this stuff is holding GREAT! We've also had a few chilly nights with hot days and those temp changes aren't messing with it. So, I have absolutely ZERO complaints for this product. The only way it'd be better, would be if it was free:P

novek
07-15-2011, 08:43 AM
I can vouch or this product

cthedinger
07-15-2011, 12:02 PM
Great review!

i2ain2thunder
07-15-2011, 12:43 PM
25 ft is all you need to improve sound/deaden, however for me, my rattles weren't gone till my car had 100 sq ft of deadner in.....just saying

Buck
07-15-2011, 12:49 PM
Some rattles will never be cured by any type of deadener. I added MDF to my roof and part on it still rattle.

i2ain2thunder
07-15-2011, 01:12 PM
Yeah well I also don't have 2 15s in an exploder :laugh:

Buck
07-15-2011, 01:13 PM
Yeah well I also don't have 2 18s in an exploder :laugh:

Fixed

TheUnderFighter
07-15-2011, 02:49 PM
You don't count Buck. Fill your car with Great Stuff. DONE. Or better yet, since you insist on wood... rebuild your car with a wood cabin.

Kangaroux
07-15-2011, 02:51 PM
Buck I'm pretty sure until you fill up your car with some cement that **** ain't going away lol.

Kangaroux
07-15-2011, 02:51 PM
Buck I'm pretty sure until you fill up your car with some cement that **** ain't going away lol.

pro-rabbit
07-15-2011, 02:56 PM
Some rattles will never be cured by any type of deadener. I added MDF to my roof and part on it still rattle.

I can get your roof to stop rattling...but it takes a ton of time and lots of deadener normally. Took 2 weeks of working with the blazer to get it all gone.





BTW- Nice review OP....

pro-rabbit
07-15-2011, 02:56 PM
**dbl post fail" :crap:

matt_bennett05
04-24-2012, 08:12 PM
Glad I ordered this stuff. Stupid fast CS and even helped me out. I will absolutely be following these guys now.

jolly_26
04-24-2012, 08:22 PM
Just got some shipped all the way to NZ a short while back, and installed it a couple of weeks ago. I went ported to sealed to regain space and at the same time deadened my trunk. To my ears, the spl hasn't changed a bit going to the sealed box and adding deadener, so that's a good start. On top of that the SQ has improved massively! Good product, cheers to the AT team!

r1banshee
04-24-2012, 08:33 PM
How wide is the roll?

Fi-brations
04-24-2012, 08:48 PM
im about to order some, would 10 sqft be enough for just a trunk lid?

cthedinger
04-24-2012, 10:29 PM
How wide is the roll?

12" X 25'


im about to order some, would 10 sqft be enough for just a trunk lid?

It will be more than enough to do a trunk lid.

TheUnderFighter
05-03-2012, 04:28 PM
im about to order some, would 10 sqft be enough for just a trunk lid?

Definitely. That's probably just under what I used for my trunk lid and rear deck.

Fi-brations
05-03-2012, 04:53 PM
Definitely. That's probably just under what I used for my trunk lid and rear deck.

Yah I bought a 10sqft role of 80mil and it looks like it will be more than enough, I'm gonna put it on Sunday probably