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This is a discussion on Dynamat? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Ok so... I have a 2003 wrx and absolutly hate the road noise. I know that tha majority of it ...

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    Registered User Boris22's Avatar
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    Ok so... I have a 2003 wrx and absolutly hate the road noise. I know that tha majority of it is bad rough roads but the vibration and rattles coming from the car is so annoying. I was wondering if anyone has had the floor from firewall back to rear bumber Dynamated or something similar. I'm thinking about getting it done and was wondering what the best way is to get rid of the noise/rattles. When I bought the car there was a Dynamat speaker kit on the front doors as well as some left over Dynamat kinda slapped on the front doors and rear fender well inside the trunk. Also the trunk lid is done. So basically just the floor needs to be done. Is it worth it?

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    It's subjective. If you think it is worth it to dynamat the car then it is. Keep in mind you will be adding plenty of weight doing it though.
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    i did my entire car and only added about 25lbs. Dynamat is not really the way to go for road noise. Dynamat will keep the panels from moving but not really do anything for the road noise there is other stuff for that.
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