INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by ters » Mon 07 Jul 2014, 18:49

jmvv wrote:There are two product that we use. The one is called Silent Coat and and the other is STP.
Suppliers for these products jmvv?

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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by jlebenon » Mon 07 Jul 2014, 19:05

http://www.africanmusclecars.com/forum/ ... =8&t=12157

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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by jmvv » Tue 08 Jul 2014, 09:16

The Silent Coat is available from Audiomotive - contact number 033 347 3470
The direct internet outlet is Rockaudio - log on to www.rockaudio.co.za

The STP is available from Ananzi Technologies - contact number 011 211 1423

Pricing for both products is about the same as for IMIX.

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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by johan wepener » Tue 08 Jul 2014, 10:15

Thanks to all for the advice. It helps me a lot !!

I appreciate.

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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by Burnthosetyres » Tue 08 Jul 2014, 19:24

My supplier charges R2000 for a box of IMIX, what should you pay?
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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by Moering Tool » Tue 08 Jul 2014, 19:42

Personally I'm going with conveyor belting. Steel meshed even better. I want my own little faraday cage. :lol:

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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by Weasel » Tue 08 Jul 2014, 20:39

Moering Tool wrote:Personally I'm going with conveyor belting. Steel meshed even better. I want my own little faraday cage. :lol:
no more calls in the car and no gps, govment'l never find you :lol: :lol: probably will work for those etags too :D

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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by Rikhotso » Tue 08 Jul 2014, 22:45

Faraday cage.....kwaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!! The lightning will never strike twice, not even once :lol:
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Re: INSULATION FOR CARS/BAKKIES

Post by Pumpkin » Thu 10 Jul 2014, 21:50

I would stick to the non bitumen stuff, especially in our climate

I have used T-Mat and STP previously, both 'quiet' good :mrgreen:

I bought some STP Gold Aero (It's new to the range)

It was on special at the Top Gear show R999 for a bulk pack. Normal price is R1400 iirc

http://www.ananzitech.co.za/Sound+Deadening

Now I just need install it in Pumpkin :P
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