I know this has been covered, I searched, but I can't find any real answers.
I'm ordering some dynamat on e-bay (275 vs. 133 shipped) and installing it myself. I was told by a few installers the bulk pack plus a little extra would suffice for 2 front doors and the trunk (2006 Civic Sedan). I plan to start with the trunk and do 2 layers. The doors will get at least one layer. I would do more, but from what I've read, the dynamat extreme is very thick and one layer compares to two layers of other brands (raammat, edead, etc). I don't know if this is necessarily true, since I haven't worked with it before. My main question is to you who have installed in a smaller car, about how many square feet did you use for your car, and give me a breakdown if you can. I'm trying to decide whether or not to order a bulk pack (36 square feet) and 2 door kits (~ 1.4 square feet per pack) or if I need more. That would put me at close to 39 Square Feet total. I'm trying to get everything now, so once I start the install, I won't have to drive 30 miles to get more.