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quite at least a little

What has anybody used as sound dreading in the interior
Love the 37 murders and exhaust mbrp. But thinking about what I can do to quite up inside a bit
Thought about spray foam in walls but worry about moisture. Maybe dyno mat? Any ideas and were to go would be great.
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I know one member here installed the stock hood insulation and said it helped a little. Dynamite would probably work well, new weatherstripping might go a ways too.

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Broke down and got some hush mat for interior and stuff to do the door weatherstripping mod. I see how it goes
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Maybe he tried the dynamite

I got some leftover dynamat laying around I'm thinking about trying. Don't have much tho. I gotta pull the rear rear panel off to replace a speaker, I'd put it on then. Probably wont even notice just one side being done.

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The Dynamat and other products are Great and work well. The Problem is cost, the Excursion interior is HUGE its over 200 square feet of mat area. Just doing the floor isn't the best way.. you should do the firewall, the outer door skins, the inner door metal, the fiberglass rear doors, quarter panels and the roof. I plan on doing it Second Skin audio has some of the best products at cheaper prices and it was still looking at $1000 plus.. if I went and did it all.. yes you can do it cheaper only doing a little bit, but if you are pulling the whole interior out you might as well not cut corners.. there are a few threads on doing the full excursion interior. This one is one of the best and most through!!!
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I plan on doing something similar when I get the $ stashed aside.
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I've heard lizard skin is a good product. It's a spray on sound deadener. I've done some reading and you can get around 45 square feet of coverage for 88 bucks.


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So I bought some hush mat and went and installed on inner an outer doors in strips of about 3 x 12 inches about 3-5 inches apart as best I could. Also did door seal mod. Wow what a deference. Have some more about 8 square feet going to do rear quarter panels . Thinking about a product picked up from Lowe's for floor called peel and stick. Used it before to help rattles for subs, worked okay. Will see. So far not alot invested. Have to let you all know how worked out. Weather not working with my work schedule.
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How tuff was the door seal mod to do? Not sure if I need it.. the excursion is going to be a little noisy at 75mph either way, but I have nothing to compare it to, and I don't hear wind noise through the doors at all. I still kinda want to do it before my annual 2000 mile road trip this summer.
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Door mod wasn't to hard. Used electrical fish tape and taped the tube to it then
Used silicon spray and sprayed in the little holes that are every few inches apart. Had my son hold on end of seal why I held other end and pulled slowly when felt restrictions felt were tube was , went to hole in front of tube sprayed more silicon in. For me I started with the end that goes toward the front of truck end with most bends. That was the hardest part. Give it a try not to hard maybe a hour for 4doors. Lots of videos on utube.
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