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  1. General Car Audio Discussion
    Hey guys, quick question. I've got a new build starting up soon and I'm looking for a cost effective way to sound treat the vehicle. I'm a firm believer in doing it right the first time, so I don't want to cut corners if I don't get great results. My plan so far is using Kno Knoise Kolossus...
  2. General Car Audio Discussion
    2013 Honda Pilot. My first door panel was super hard to pop back on, I had to remove a lot of CCF. Here's my door process: And I had actually put CCF all over the plastic panel as well, but ripped it all off due to my issue. Basically, my panel was not popping back on. Forget MLV on the...
  3. General Car Audio Discussion
    Not putting MLV on. Want to put CCF tho for rattles. Should I put it on the door, on the plastic door panel, or both? I guess it’s pretty cheap, thinking of doing both.
  4. General Car Audio Discussion
    So I’m going to be putting CCF (closed-cell foam) on my metal inner door panel and inter plastic door panel to prevent vibration noises from the door panel, as well as butyl roping some of the plastic components together, such as the clips. But is it worth it to do the same for other plastic...
  5. General Car Audio Discussion
    I am preparing to install MLV in to my 09 silverado I am curious If I can forego the use of CCF and just use the factory padding under the MLV so it would be, metal, some dynamat dampener ive already installed factory carpet pad, MLV, and then the Vinyl floor that my truck has. is this a good...
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  7. Fabrication, Tools & Tricks of the trade
    So I've been researching materials for my upcoming deadening project, and came across this: Uline packing foam It's CCF, made from polyethylene. From reading here, most people like to work with PVC Rubber foam (gym foam), which is easy to bond to the car and to MLV using vinyl cement. The...
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