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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

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    Yep and it looks like each speaker has its own amplifier.[COLOR="Silver"]

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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    I wish I had Bose. I have the infinity package. Better than the original stock but meh.....



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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    Update:
    Got my deadener this morning. Found some time during my daughters nap to apply it to my trunk lid. Still got the doors yet to do. Man I can't say enough about this audio technix stuff. Very sticky, easy to apply, top knotch stuff here!










    Gotta clean it up a bit but here's the progress
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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    Looks good man! Keep us posted.




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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

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    Looks good man! Keep us posted.
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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    Quote Originally Posted by Dtrom View Post
    Update:
    Got my deadener this morning. Found some time during my daughters nap to apply it to my trunk lid. Still got the doors yet to do. Man I can't say enough about this audio technix stuff. Very sticky, easy to apply, top knotch stuff here!
    Yeah, definitely the easiest stuff I've ever applied and I like how it doesn't immediately bond so you can move around as long as you haven't gronked down on it. If you have any leftover scraps, I could use a 2"x4" strip for the beauty panel on my passenger door. Buzzing like a beast

    Anywho, saw the comment about the sawzall not cutting the metal very well. For some reason, I always have better luck with tungsten carbide bits on that kinda stuff. makes super clean cuts on MDF/wood, too, so it bypasses needing to sand afterwards. Looks good so far.



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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    Quote Originally Posted by neo_styles View Post
    Yeah, definitely the easiest stuff I've ever applied and I like how it doesn't immediately bond so you can move around as long as you haven't gronked down on it. If you have any leftover scraps, I could use a 2"x4" strip for the beauty panel on my passenger door. Buzzing like a beast

    Anywho, saw the comment about the sawzall not cutting the metal very well. For some reason, I always have better luck with tungsten carbide bits on that kinda stuff. makes super clean cuts on MDF/wood, too, so it bypasses needing to sand afterwards. Looks good so far.
    Okay I'll have to see if I have access those tools. And yes the AT deadener is awesome! Easiest thing I've done to any of my vehicles lol. Ill got plenty of it pm me you address and ill send some out your way sometime this week.






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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    Quote Originally Posted by Dtrom View Post
    Okay I'll have to see if I have access those tools. And yes the AT deadener is awesome! Easiest thing I've done to any of my vehicles lol. Ill got plenty of it pm me you address and ill send some out your way sometime this week.
    You're a rockstar, man. ygpm.



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    You're a rockstar, man. ygpm.
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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    Would it be worth it to deaden the wheel wells?






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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

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    Would it be worth it to deaden the wheel wells?
    Absolutely. One of the largest sources of transmission into the vehicle.



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    Absolutely. One of the largest sources of transmission into the vehicle.
    Thanks,ill get to it then






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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    no pics = nothing to see here = move on?



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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

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    no pics = nothing to see here = move on?
    Want me to go into the future and take pics of the finished install? Lol there pics of what's done so far itt






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    Re: Cadillac Eldorado build

    Quote Originally Posted by Dtrom View Post
    Want me to go into the future and take pics of the finished install? Lol there pics of what's done so far itt
    lol, I didnt even read, I just scrolled for a few pics and didnt see any

    But yes, I would love to see some pictures from the future

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo_styles View Post
    Absolutely. One of the largest sources of transmission into the vehicle.
    Never even thought of that, where do you do it, I feel like it wouldnt stick to the plastic on the tire side



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