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    GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    GP Sound deadener is now offered at Xplicit Audio!

    Total Thickness: 200mil

    This deadener features 60mil of high purity butyl rubber combined with a 4mil aluminum AND 16mil lead barrier, topped with 120mil of acoustic foam. This product is designed to not only reduce rattling, but drastically increase your interior listening expreience for enhanced sound quality, while also lowerin the overall FS of your vehicle for an increased low end response.

    Deadener comes in:

    4sq ft. - (1- 18 x 32" sheet) - $26 shipped cont US

    20sq ft. - (5- 18 x 32" sheets) - $100 shipped cont US

    40sq ft. - (10- 18 x 32" sheets) - $190 shipped cont US

    60sq ft. - (15- 18 x 32" sheets) - $285 shipped cont US

    80sq ft. - (20 - 18 x 32" sheets) - $375 shipped cont US

    100sq ft. - (25- 18 x 32" sheets) - $450 shipped cont US

    For all international orders, please email me at [email protected] for a shipping quote.

    For special pricing, email me at [email protected]!

    GP Inc. Products - Xplicit Audio








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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    lol liking the name, thats what i always say to my rattles.



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    Beast mode deadener



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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    Just ordered me some 20 sq ft.




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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    will I need MLV with this?




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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    MLV can still be used, but the lead will do a lot of the sound barrier work that MLV is used for.

    Looks like an interesting product.



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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    Quote Originally Posted by speedyjuarez View Post
    Just ordered me some 20 sq ft.
    Can you please take some pictures, vids, etc and let us know your thoughts? Since it's a new product, people can be "unweary" of it.




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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    Quote Originally Posted by XplicitAudio View Post
    Can you please take some pictures, vids, etc and let us know your thoughts? Since it's a new product, people can be "unweary" of it.
    I ordered the 20 sft package for 100.00 with free shipping, it arrived fast and it came very well packaged. I haven't had time to install it, but so far this product looks and feels like it should cost more. I have used Dynamat before and this GP STFU looks and feels so much better. I will try and make a video of my truck and system with rattles and flex before and afters and post a link to you tube.

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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    Got myself 20 Sq feet. Bout to deaden the sh*t out the trunk. Please ship as soon as ya can. Had a little problem last time with yall.



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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    Quote Originally Posted by EriCCirE View Post
    will I need MLV with this?
    Yes you do if you want to do it right. Last time I checked lead didnt keep noise out of anything and thats the entire purpose of MLV. Its used to keep the road noise out and the music in.



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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    i thought mlv was to reduce and absorb high energy waves aka road noise. last time i checked lead had a far greater weight per foot than mlv and was used in stopping ultra high energy waves aka x-ray, beta and gamma waves. not saying mlv shouldn't be used but lead would seem to be a far better alternative.




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    Quote Originally Posted by shauncox26 View Post
    i thought mlv was to reduce and absorb high energy waves aka road noise. last time i checked lead had a far greater weight per foot than mlv and was used in stopping ultra high energy waves aka x-ray, beta and gamma waves. not saying mlv shouldn't be used but lead would seem to be a far better alternative.
    Yes sound waves are blocked by mass, but also requires a limp material (vinyl) to work the best . The mass loaded vinyl is designed in such a way that it has a high mass and a visco elastic property (limp). In a door the objective is 100% coverage and isolation from the outside world. Your going to have a very hard time curving lead to the curvatures in your door and getting your door panel back on. Its much easier and just as effective to use a high quality MLV that actually molds to your doors.



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    Quote Originally Posted by shauncox26 View Post
    i thought mlv was to reduce and absorb high energy waves aka road noise. last time i checked lead had a far greater weight per foot than mlv and was used in stopping ultra high energy waves aka x-ray, beta and gamma waves. not saying mlv shouldn't be used but lead would seem to be a far better alternative.
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    Re: GP Inc STFU Sound Deadener

    So would using this deadner in the trunk be a bad idea? Would it absorb bass?



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