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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-02-2013 Thread Starter
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Dynamat install

Installed the Dynamat Extreme door kit recently in my 2013. The install was not a hard install, but, it does take time to get it right.

I am IMPRESSED! I only had stock speakers in for 1 day, but, man did it make a difference. Much less road noise and it deepend the sound of the stock speakers.

Highly recommend this upgrade. Amazon has them for just over $50.


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Adds a little weight but you are right on.

The difference has to be experienced to believe!


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Adds a little weight but you are right on.

The difference has to be experienced to believe!
So far I have just done the doors but I feel like I just got my first tattoo I want more. Thinking about dynamating the rear deck lid and trunk just to make the interior even quieter in the cabin. My sound is awesome, but, just looking for a little less ambient noise. The cabin the new mustangs was loud. I included an RTA spectrum analysis I took while on a particularly bad highway BEFORE installing Dyanamat. I will provide a post as soon as I get back out there.
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MMD Classic Quarter Panel Louvers ~ MMD Side Scoops
Kid seat in the back
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So far I have done whole floor, doors, trunk and parts of roof with Dynamat and as usual, it works great. 05 GTs doors were the easiest I've ever done, lots of space for big mats of D. Good stuff. Highly recommended.

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Man, I just checked out your website!!! That car is a beast!!! Can you actually ride in it when playing music?

And for any one else checking this post, don't listen to me, just check out Hez's site. He would know best.

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MMD Classic Quarter Panel Louvers ~ MMD Side Scoops
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Thank You so much!

My subwoofers are only 10", they look a bit bigger because there is this aluminium circle for "show".

My car audio is adjusted as "hifi". I'm not looking into power or loud voice, trying to hunt a clean voice with speakers. So far it's quit good.

But the Dynamat is a great stuff, it's easy to work and you get a good benefit of it.

PS. you got an awesome ride too, in my country the price of that new Mustang is crazy. Never can afford to it

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