So....I had to take all of my door panels off to check the speaker connections, due to my paranoia of a faint sound I keep hearing (the speakers are fine) and I decided, why not add some Dynamat?? Sure! I covered the inside and outer shell of all 4 doors. This literally took almost all day. Probably close to like 6+ hours. But man, it was worth it. When I close the doors, I immediately notice a quieter cabin. Ambient noise kind if fades. It's very nice and no vibrations with louder volumes. Might be all in my head, but the acoustics seem to have more depth now too. Audio sounds cleaner.
Anyway, there is of course a lot of road noise still when hitting faster speeds. That's normal unless you gut an entire car and cover everything. No way I'm doing that. I wish I would have ran decibel tests before and after though. I also added some Dynamat to the hood as well. I'll probably do the trunk/floor area where it's bare metal.
Overall, I am very pleased. It's a big pain in the you know what (getting the door panels back on is the worst part), but totally worth it!
Anybody else add Dynamat material to your bolt? If so, where did you apply it? And any noticable improvements?
Last edited by SodePop; 05-21-2019 at 01:41 AM.