I did under the seat and boot as well. Mainly for exhaust reasons but it had a nice effect on the stereo sound as well.donald said:How much we need to put on the car, beside the two door is there anywhere such like under seat, the boot..etc.
Whats the tips for removing the doors? I'm thinking about them also... but not sure how or IF I even want to mess with removing the doors if its hard to do.obehave said:I did under the seat and boot as well. Mainly for exhaust reasons but it had a nice effect on the stereo sound as well.
Only did a single layer at each location.
One word of caution. There is a yellow sealant in the doors. You MUST get this off the door. The mat will not stick to it. It's like wax. I scraped most off and used acetone to get the rest.
I used 4 of the 18" x 32" Extreme packs. 1.8 lbs per pack.
If you're real serious you can take off the rear interior panels and do that as well.
Thats it? just 4 screws and some plastic clips?? would you happen to remember where the clips are?antsmini said:Be very careful when pulling the door off that you dont break the plastic clips. There are four torx bits that need to be taken out first. Three in the door pull and one hidden behind the reflector on the inside of the door. Just use a flathead screwdriver to carefully pry the reflector off.
I've had my panels off 2-3 times and haven't had any broken.EBMCS03 said:Ah great... "pull hard and hope for the best???" hahahhah ya I guess buying extra clips would be a good idea...
That was my first step. Definitely made a difference.EBMCS03 said:Haha thanks obehave... I knew you would recommend dynomat.. since you have practically you're whole car dynomated. So you think doing just the two font doors would help?