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Old 8th May 2007, 11:46   #121
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I'll settle for 4 if there's a shortage. Monkey has completed his car. it's (i heard) as silent as a tomb now. So he won't need any.
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I've ordered 30 already. Rtech and I will share 6 somehow and I'll give you 24. I'll take 2 for the rear deck and boot for now. He can have 4 sheets.
If I know Rtech well, he will first damp one area, check the result and then ask me to order some more later.
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for an OHC like Sam's Verna you'll need 6-7 sheets for the 4 doors. After this the rear deck, boot lid, trunk and floor. I would put a layer under the carpet as well as some underbody coating. If one was doing a comphrehensive job I would say 10 sheets but with a bit of frugality and intelligent placement I believe one can make do with 8 sheets.
Understood but I'm going to repeat my earlier question again. Do I need to damp the rear doors even though there are no speakers mounted on them? My rear speakers are mounted on the parcel shelf in the OE slot.

I'm going to do the Front Doors & Trunk Lid for sure (Spoiler & C-Pillar area too if needed) but wanted to clarify if the rear doors need to be done too.

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Ok. You convinced me. Just so that we dont go overboard. You can order 30 sheets. 27 between you and me and 3 for Rtech.
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I've ordered 30 already.
Oye Khotaiyaan, what about my order?
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...and 3 for Rtech.
the numbers are dwindling! 8 - 4 - 3! Lol! No worries though. Maybe I'll just deal with the front doors first and see how much of a difference it makes.
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OK I've ordered 35. lol.
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Understood but I'm going to repeat my earlier question again. Do I need to damp the rear doors even though there are no speakers mounted on them?
Anything that resonates should be damped.

Like I sid before the making of a good ICE enviroment involves damping components that vibrate, deading panels that vibrate and isolation from external noises.

A good damping job would involve more than just Wurth or American Dynamics sheets. It would involve underbody coating, firewall and engine compartment treatment etc.. as well.

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Just spoke to Monkey he has used Wurth. Lots of it. I think this is the address list of their offices in India. He found the product quite stiff but manged to use it.

Bettina Würth Auto India Pvt Ltd
4. Hoboken Depot, Jain Kunj, Kolkata 700 088
+91 33 24 392 458 +91 33 24 394 152
e-Mail: sales@wuerth.co.in

Marion Würth India Pvt Ltd
Plot no 506, 1st Floor, Patparganj Industrial Area, Delhi
+91 11 430 121 58 +91 11 221 611 57
e-Mail: marionwuerthindia@airtelbroadband.in

Reinhold Wuerth India Pvt. Ltd.
Plot No. 139, Door No. 104, Secretariat Colony 9th Street, Kilpauk, Chennai
+91 44 253 234 54 +91 44 253 234 53
e-Mail: info@wurth.co.in

Wuerth Elektronik India Pvt. Ltd.
5th floor, North Block, Stock Exchange Towers, #51, J C Road, Bangalore
+91 80 51 531 636 +91 80 51 142 698
e-Mail: info@naavinja.com

Wuerth India Private Limited,
"Sainik Gaurav", Plot No.10/2, Sector 18, 90 Feet Road, Airoli, Navi Mumbai +91 22 65 170 334

Wuerth Industrial Services India Pvt. Ltd.
Gat. No. 2337/1, Behind Pune Trade Centre
Pune - Nagar Road, Wagholi, Tal. Haveli
+91 20 56 424 111 +91 20 56 424 200

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Oye Khotaiyaan, what about my order?
For a few posts, it looked like everyone was conveniently ignoring you.

Dont damp the rear doors. Save the money, get some booze.

Edit: What the f is khotaiyaan???
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Anything that resonates should be damped.
Understood. Will ask my installer to do a good, thick underboady coating & some extra carpeting sicne the car is about to go to him for some work. Then I'll damp the boot & front doors first, if need be & if I have some sheet left over I'll do the rear doors too.

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Dont damp the rear doors. Save the money, get some booze.
Ok, as you say!!!

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Edit: What the f is khotaiyaan???
Punjabi word for Donkey/Gadha
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Edit: What the f is khotaiyaan???
Donkey...............
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Just spoke to Monkey he has used Wurth. Lots of it. I think this is the address list of their offices in India. He found the product quite stiff but manged to use it.
Navin - there is a better source for us, contact B&T!
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For a few posts, it looked like everyone was conveniently ignoring you.
No the reason for this was we were looking at those who would be in mumbai (we cheapskates want to save on shipping). Rags is in delhi and so that does not help.

Rags why not see if you can muster up some Delhi wallas and maybe Sam can make an order for you guys there too. Just make ysure everyone who orders is committed to paying for it. At Rs. 1400 per sheet it is not exactly cheap but it looks like VFM nonetheless.

One reason I am taking this over Wurth is that Wurth is stiffer and 2 people have told me this. The stiffer the products the more difficult it is to apply. I have not seen Fonomat or Edead (only Dynamat and Extreme).
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Old 8th May 2007, 13:00   #135
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Navin Ji I have used Wurth and it is wurth every penny.....it is not so stiffer.....easily bend even when not heated.....and quite soft when heated with a heat gun.....and fixes quite good......









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