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Old 01-01-2008, 04:19 PM
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Angry mach 1000 mustang

how can i make this system sound better and how can i stop the freeking car from rattiling (spelling)

ps im new and only 15 so be nice...
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Old 01-01-2008, 04:41 PM
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what is rattiling and start there
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trunk skin srry forgot that
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Old 01-01-2008, 04:53 PM
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can you keep this in one place next time
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trunk skin srry forgot that
Use some of this...b-quiet.com

it will work wonders in your car... use the ultimate.
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it will but i was looking to see what he sees 1st
if the skin is come off the brace he will need to glue type fix 1st then mat 2nd
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tell your mom to tell you.... not to touch her car....
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15??? do you just listen to it in your driveway? if so, get a home stereo, and you can listen to rattle free music in the comfort of your house!
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Guys... knock it off.... his age shouldn't have anything to do with whether you'll help him or not.

He's an enthusiast who wants help... if you don't have anything constructive to say then leave him alone...
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sorry kid, just ribbin' you. Like some of the guys mentioned, try to isolate the spot(s) that are rattling, and address those by adding mass. This is done by either adding noise deadening material such as dynamat, or a paintable sound deadener. You can also look for ways to reinforce the area by adding braces, extra screws, bolts, etc...and gluing, epoxing , or filling with foams, silicone sealant or other materials to take up space that may be vibrating between pieces of metal. Hope that helps.
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