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You can save yourself a TON of money buy using self adhesive rubber roof matting. It is the same thing as Dynamat but WAY cheaper. Comes in 4 foot wide rolls at Lowe's and Home Depo. All dynamat did was brand it for automotive use. Have a look!

Just buy me a case of beer with all that money I just saved you
 

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You won't find it at Home Depot. It's available at Lowe's under the name, Peel 'n Seal, IIRC. I've been using it as well, the only drawback is you will get a tar smell for a little bit, after that its very similar to Dynamat.
 

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Re: Dynomat GTFO (Chilled Man)

BTW,
it's
DYNAMAT
 

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I've been using it as well, the only drawback is you will get a tar smell for a little bit, after that its very similar to Dynamat.

Just unroll it and let it 'air out' for a bit before you install it http://********************/smile/emthup.gif
 

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You won't find it at Home Depot. It's available at Lowe's under the name, Peel 'n Seal, IIRC. I've been using it as well, the only drawback is you will get a tar smell for a little bit, after that its very similar to Dynamat.

hmmm the smell of hot ass ...................fault in my car on hot sunny days
 

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Re: Dynomat GTFO (Chilled Man)

Chilled Man - Dynamat is rated to 315 deg F while Peel n Seal is rated to 180 deg F. This could be a problem in the warmer climates causing bonding problems and possible damage to window mechanisms. I would recommend caution in using Peel n Seal in doors. Other locations will probably be just fine.
 

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These are not even close to the same. One is butyl based (dynamat), and the other rubberized asphalt (what chilled buys). The former works great and will last. The latter is smelly, will fail, and is worthless.
 

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The only problem with Dynamat is the weight. I probbaly added over 100lbs with my R. I'll need an ECU flash just to compensate. But, it's quieter by far.
 

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If we're looking for dynamat alternatives, I hear Hushmat is the exact same stuff only a lot cheaper.
 

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I dont use either just reposting what I have seen from someone else.

He used it on the floor wich worked great .

Doors not sure
 
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