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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-02-2011, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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Dynamat installed

Got some dynamat and installed it



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Good job....should make a difference . No clearance issues when reinstalling I hope. Will be doing the same soon.

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Where did ya find that stuff?

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Any car audio install place sell it. Check Best Buy or equivalent. A specialized shop will have bulk.

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Let us know how it changes the sound!

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Yep I think foam enclosures and Dyna mat are in my future

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My J&M speaker kit came with something similar I installed it in the same areas as shown. It did make a difference in the sound especially in the bass, mine didn't have the foil backing like the one shown.
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Got it at Best buy, you might find it cheaper online the 4 sq foot roll will
leave a little left over because of the shape you'll have some odd
leftovers LOL

I cut it in two sections for each side to eliminate a fold to
roll over at the edge, you need a roller to flatten it out.

the 4 sq foot is $29 a roll.

They do have a smaller about 2 sq foot roll that you could put
a smaller square right behind the speaker and it might work for $19

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Made a big difference. Sound comes out better

Also put in 6.5 adapters which required some drilling on speakers to align holes and a little trimming on cycle adapters and stock mount had to have a little dremel work on one mount point to shave it down

Polk db651s shallow speakers blow j$m away with stock head unit

After bike week I will put amp in


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Wher you planning to mount the amp at? The moco puts it under the tour pak rack, i don't like it there, but not sure there is room for one inside the fairing, depending on amp size?
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