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This is a discussion on custom door panels within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So those speakers don't make the door panel vibrate? There are no rattles from that? I ask because I was ...

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    So those speakers don't make the door panel vibrate? There are no rattles from that? I ask because I was thinking of doing this to mount my MOMO's (big freakin basket), but I thought they would rattle the door panel to much....
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    yeah they do make the panels vibrate...the whole car vibrates....but they dont rattle. what ive found out with the dynamat is that when you apply it to stop a noise in a certain spot it can cause the vibration to move somewhere else and make a new noise. my doors sound solid now but ive developed a slight rattle in the dash and also in the plastic that the seatbelt feeds through. it can all be fixed though.

    how did u use the dynamat in your trunk? i havent done it yet because i thought it'd come out sloppy.

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    how many Sq/ft of brown bread do you need to cover up all 4 doors and trunk??

    and WHERE IN THE WORLD DO YOU GET A SILENCER FOR HKS TI EXHAUST?!??!

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    Originally posted by ervv173
    yeah they do make the panels vibrate...the whole car vibrates....but they dont rattle. what ive found out with the dynamat is that when you apply it to stop a noise in a certain spot it can cause the vibration to move somewhere else and make a new noise. my doors sound solid now but ive developed a slight rattle in the dash and also in the plastic that the seatbelt feeds through. it can all be fixed though.

    how did u use the dynamat in your trunk? i havent done it yet because i thought it'd come out sloppy.
    I may have to do something similar with my doors then... I was worried about more sounds, but if it doesn't make crazy noises, this is definitely becoming an option.....

    The trunk is easy to do. I don't know how lsoppy it could be really. You can use nice big pieces of brownbread. The only trick part is the spare tire well... Other than that, it can come out pretty nice. If you take the time to make measurements so you can cut the pieces right, it can look almost factory...

    I'll tell you what, I'll brownbread your trunk if you make me some door panels like that
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