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Old August 23rd, 2009, 07:56 PM
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I would like to put something under the bonnet to reduce noise and heat...Faded paint. What have you guys tried and what were your results.
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Old August 23rd, 2009, 09:06 PM
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I used the dyanmat hood liner. For me, it seems to have helped a lot with noise especially with the vents opened. It seems to help actually funnel the heat out the vent. I am pleased with the results on my SW, YMMV. Some of the people on here have tried the same thing without any noticeable results.

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I like QuietCar. Easy to spray on and looks very good - like Line-X
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How did it work on noise? Also do you have a picture of how you did it.

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B-Quiet has a hood-liner that will be cheaper than the Dynamat option but I would also put something heavier on first, the spray on option might be a reasonable route. The hood-liners are pretty low-density foam.
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