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dodge59
Posted 2020-05-29 11:29 AM (#598948)
Subject: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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what are good insulation products for the interior headliner ...........sound and heat deadener ?

I see the best is dynamat  and most expensive . Kilmat seems to be the next best choice  and cheaper . any one use Kilmat  or any other products with a sticky back ? I want something that will stick  to the roof  and not let go. some products  rubber membrane  is smelly  too. Thanks.

the pic is a product called noico . this material is a sound and heat deadner  the other two mentioned above are not.



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GaryS
Posted 2020-05-29 5:05 PM (#598965 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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I used Roadkill in my '56 Plymouth. It was less expensive than most, sticks great, and no bad smell. It's highly rated, but my car is not yet on the road, so I have no firsthand opinions about the effectiveness of the material.
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mikes2nd
Posted 2020-05-29 6:41 PM (#598969 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options


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Killmat and Noico are the same product both from Russia and 40% cheaper than roadkill.

It seems like it does the job. I like the 80 mill noico. The russian stuff didnt smell at all.

fatmat is a good product also.

New stuff is mat66 and its super cheap but they say it stinks.


there is "Allmat" also. looks like good stuff.
https://www.amazon.com/Vibro-Black-Insulation-Dampening-Sound-Insula...


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mikes2nd
Posted 2020-05-29 6:58 PM (#598970 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options


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seems like there is fatmat and vibro are usa made and reasonable and dynamat which is stupid to pay for the same rubber sheet.

everything else is the same russian guy, Silless, Matt66, Alllmat, noico, killmat...  all the same russian guy.



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dodge59
Posted 2020-05-29 8:39 PM (#598974 - in reply to #598965)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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I'll check that one out  GaryS !



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dodge59
Posted 2020-05-29 8:49 PM (#598975 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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Yeah ..... I'm searching for a product that has both sound and heat deadening effects all in one . like noico .I'd like to have one product that does both issues vs just a rubber membrane for noise .
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billy
Posted 2020-06-03 12:21 PM (#599156 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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I'd be interested in what you decide. I'm at that point in my car also...I bought something from Summit that is supposed to do both but have not applied it yet..Seemed like more bang for the buck to me...i read some only deaden sound and some only insulate. The one from Summit is supposed to do both with no smell.
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dodge59
Posted 2020-06-03 6:58 PM (#599172 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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what is the name of that material from summit you purchased if any ?
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dodge59
Posted 2020-06-06 10:43 AM (#599326 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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found this item .. anyone use this ?



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57chizler
Posted 2020-06-06 1:06 PM (#599332 - in reply to #598948)
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When gluing to the inside of the roof be sure to use a Hi-Temp adhesive like 3M 38808.
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51coronet
Posted 2020-06-06 2:24 PM (#599335 - in reply to #598948)
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That ultramat type material is not good for insulating. Its glorified bubble wrap and conducts heat well actually. I think its more for the radiant portion of the heat not so much the hot surface so it will work ok for reflecting heat like sunlight but when glued to a surface it conducts heat.

I have used the offbrand sound deadener and it all works just as well. No reason to spend twice as much on dynamat. I put a layer of the butyl rubber sound deadener on the ceiling first (after it was painted) then added the insulation on top of that.
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samstrader
Posted 2020-06-08 4:39 AM (#599398 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options


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I just lined my roof with the same padding I used on the floor under the carpet. Glued it up with weldwood contact cement and it's worked great.
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57plymouth
Posted 2020-06-08 9:26 AM (#599404 - in reply to #598948)
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I haven't done it to my Forward Look. However I used Fat Mat and a layer of that silver backed bubble wrap stuff in my 1980 Dodge truck and in my Camaro. It made a noticeable difference in both cars. I used 3M spray adhesive to stick the bubble wrap stuff to the roof.
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dodge59
Posted 2020-06-08 11:05 AM (#599408 - in reply to #599398)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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samstrader - 2020-06-08 3:39 AM I just lined my roof with the same padding I used on the floor under the carpet. Glued it up with weldwood contact cement and it's worked great.

my 59 dodge had this original  1/2-3/4"" jute insulation glued to the roof ,  very heavy stuff  and was all fall down  and caused the cardboard headliner to sag aftertime . won't use that stuff.

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billy
Posted 2020-06-09 12:08 PM (#599462 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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John,
This is the one i bought from Summit...have not installed yet............Summit Racing SUM-879006 - Summit RacingĀ® Ultra Heat and Sound Deadening Mats
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56D500boy
Posted 2020-06-09 1:34 PM (#599472 - in reply to #599462)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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These?

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-879006

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billy
Posted 2020-06-12 12:03 PM (#599568 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options



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that looks like the ones...they are still in the box...
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dfermon
Posted 2020-06-16 3:51 AM (#599741 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options


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I used FatMat. It is good and not too expensive.
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mikes2nd
Posted 2020-06-16 10:01 AM (#599746 - in reply to #598948)
Subject: Re: Headliner noise and heat insulation options


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id get fatmat if i was paying summit prices...

120$ for 36 sq feet is pretty high
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