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    Fellow Frogger! markm's Avatar
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    Rokeby (100Km East of Melb)

    Sound Deadening

    Does anyone know where I can buy Sound deadening material for my ID19 as its too LOUD


    Mark McKibbin

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    Brisbane, QLD, Australia
    Clark rubber used to sell carpet underlay a few years back when i sound deadened the 12 wagon, worked a treat.Dunno if they still do.

    On the 205, I used a black paint on tar (nice and thick) that I put underneath the car and under the carpet, works well, but stinks for a bit Available at most places like supercheap etc in 4 litre tins.


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    Sydney, NSW, Australia
    Jaycar sell sound deadening foam mats. Not sure for how much or size but I know they sell a variety.
    You're not paranoid if everyone hates you.

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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Hey Alan,

    what did Brad use in his CX?? You said he put about 150kg of the stuff through his car...


    Shane L.
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    Fellow Frogger! Paul Smith's Avatar
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    Before I had the firewall of the DS done I was investigating some stuff from hot-rod/racing places. It also was a heat reflector. I can't remember the name of the product though.

    The place I managed to find some in Sydney was -

    Revolution Racegear
    Unit 3/ 191 Parramatta Rd
    Auburn, NSW, 2144
    Australia Ph: (02) 9648 4044

    I have not used it, as the firewall was done from the other side.

    The Jaycar material comes in quite small pieces - the heaviest is remarkably heavy - filled with used Barium meal or something like that! I have some that I will try in the doors of the GS - there should be no drumming with it attached.



    Paul Smith

    1974 DS23 EFI BW Auto
    1974 G Special 1220

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    Moderator Alan S's Avatar
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    Queensland, Australia

    The stuff Brad used was bought from a company now known as Plastyne Products in Brisbane and is called "Wave-Bar 8kilo"
    Why is it called 8kilo he asks?
    Because it weighs 8 kgs per square metre
    I can't remember the name of the company at the time that he bought it, but from memory they were "Queensland Distributors" so every chance you could get it down your way.

    Alan S
    If it ain't broke, use a 12" shifter.....that usually does the trick!!

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