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Old 31st January 2008, 17:20   #1
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I am looking to do some sound-proofing in my diesel car for I am looking for assistance, if any one did similar ever?

Looking for hood and doors with boot door insulation but not able to get proper material for that. Do you know where can I get sound-profing material like Dynamat (from dynamat.com) or something similar in India?

Also please share pics if anyone did similer ever.

One such similar tech is given at for Logan from a Romanian friend at New Page 1 but its in Romanian and I am not able to translate (free translation doesnt work).

Please share if you know any supplier in New Delhi or adjoining area.

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Check this out http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/produc...er-thread.html (The Damping Material and Sound Deadener Thread)
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Its a useful but huge thread, I just wanted to know the shops or dealers selling Dynamat, FatMat, Damplifier etc. around New Delhi. Or is there any website which can send these products to India?

I was looking for 100ft FatMat but could not get any information online for India.

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Dynamat is very expensive. might cost in excess of 30K for the Car

FatMat ships to India. but Noisekill is much better then the 80mil Fatmat.
Also, i presume Fatmat is asphalt based.
expect to shell out about USD250 for shipping + applicable customs.

You would want to PM B&T for Noisekill.

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Dynamat is very expensive. might cost in excess of 30K for the Car.
I think Dynamat is better, also Bulk pack of Dynamat Xtreme and Dynamat Hoodliner is available at $270 + $80 (around Rs13650) then why 30k for that?

I found a dealer info from site and will check what will be the cost. Also Its DIY, so I dont think paying application charges is a good idea.
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HI
Contact Gunbir Sir as he too is in Delhi.
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Hi,

I am looking to do some sound-proofing in my diesel car for I am looking for assistance, if any one did similar ever?

Looking for hood and doors with boot door insulation but not able to get proper material for that. Do you know where can I get sound-profing material like Dynamat (from dynamat.com) or something similar in India?

Also please share pics if anyone did similer ever.

One such similar tech is given at for Logan from a Romanian friend at New Page 1 but its in Romanian and I am not able to translate (free translation doesnt work).

Please share if you know any supplier in New Delhi or adjoining area.

Thanks,
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I think Dynamat is better, also Bulk pack of Dynamat Xtreme and Dynamat Hoodliner is available at $270 + $80 (around Rs13650) then why 30k for that?
What is the size of Dynamat sheet in bulk pack ?
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What is the size of Dynamat sheet in bulk pack ?
For a logan, i would say it will not be sufficient. i think its a total of 36 sqft
he still needs to add the shipping costs to India + customs.

for decent soundproofing he needs more than just one layer. i would say 100sq ft for the complete car minus the hood,

What he really needs is are all the doors, firewall, flooring and pillars.

What say sir?
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Oh I forgot it has just 36 sq ft and that costs Rs 10000+shipping+ customs that is Rs 277 + shipping + customs per sq feet. Why get it from there when you can get same for 150 per sq feet + local shipping of noise kill.
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Has anyone ordered from Fatmat.com? Or its available in India. Where can I get Noisekill details?
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i had almost ordered fatmat. but it was costing double of what noisekill would have.
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OT, is the diesel Logan that loud? Louder than a Tata counterpart?
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Its a useful but huge thread, I just wanted to know the shops or dealers selling Dynamat, FatMat, Damplifier etc. around New Delhi. Or is there any website which can send these products to India?
Most good ICE installers carry atleast one sound deading material.
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OT, is the diesel Logan that loud? Louder than a Tata counterpart?
No, But not as silent as petrol ones!
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Most good ICE installers carry atleast one sound deading material.
Navin Ji in delhi side not all have , if they have they keep dynamat only.
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