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29-06-2015 19:59
hayabusaman0 Thanks
22-06-2015 10:47
Alonzo Any additional insulation will help anything stuck to the metal panels at the front to help reduce noise. The rear of the vehicle as well over the wheel arches are another source of noise. Noise killer do various types of insulation. I have used both the foam sticky back stuff and the foil type. Easy to fit on a warm day when you have the time and patience. They will fit it for you but also do kits.
20-06-2015 15:03
hayabusaman0
sound insulation

Hi All, I have a 2007 master with ci cipro 85, I would like to install/modify what insulation there is. I have seen noisekillers on the web- but at £198 it's a bit pricey(I know you get what you pay for) has anyone used it, are they pleased with it, can it be done satisfactorily with other stuff?

Thanks in advance

Hayabusaman

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