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    Default DynaMat extreme, Stinger RoadKill, HushMat, RockFordFosgates DeadSkin, or SecondSkin?

    Im sure its on here somewhere, but give me your suggestions...price doesnt matter, but quality is what im looking for.

    Im leaning towards Dynamat extreme, Stinger Roadkill, and/or possibly HushMat...what do you guys think???
    Not your average grocery getter, but theres always at least two things on the list.... 10w-30 Castrol Titanium and Shell 91 premium mixed with a lil 100 octane racing gas......

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    Dynamat < your paying for the name. Same with stinger. Any idea how much your going to need to cover the car? You'll be paying out the butt. Hustmatt/Fatmat used both..great results.
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    Default Re: DynaMat extreme, Stinger RoadKill, HushMat, RockFordFosgates DeadSkin, or SecondS

    Im thinking maybe 40 sq. ft would cover plenty(not trying to go H.A.M.) but 50-60 sq ft would probably give me plently to play with to hit most of the essential and most needed areas. I figured Dynamat and Stinger was pricey bc of their name but they do seem to look high in quality.

    So HushMat works great? This was actually my first choice....though Stinger appears to be the thickest, but im not sure on how thick HushMat is.

    So price wise as far as per square foot, wus the difference between these brands? If its only cents or a $1 or 2 btw the brands sq ft. than price really wouldnt be an issue. But we all know just bc it cost more doesnt mean it has the best quality, so with that being said ill take which ever one with the best quality/material....
    Not your average grocery getter, but theres always at least two things on the list.... 10w-30 Castrol Titanium and Shell 91 premium mixed with a lil 100 octane racing gas......

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    Raamatt is another option that's what I used in the Grand Prix made a pretty big difference. Now how it is compared to Dynamat not sure but you could always double or triple up the area if you like. I did one layer in the door..tried two at first but made the door pretty heavy. Did some of the floor with what I had left. I plan on doing the rest of the floor and trunk sometime down the road. Just compare the quality and the amount etc and go from there with whichever you decide to choose.

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    Default Re: DynaMat extreme, Stinger RoadKill, HushMat, RockFordFosgates DeadSkin, or SecondS

    Was your door hard to do? not sure if your front speakers are the same size as a 00' Regal.....
    Not your average grocery getter, but theres always at least two things on the list.... 10w-30 Castrol Titanium and Shell 91 premium mixed with a lil 100 octane racing gas......

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