What is cheap way to make your car as quiet as much as possible?

ryan s

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Mass loaded vinyl and closed cell foam sheets. The only way to do it right, but not cheap.

or just buy a newer one...my '11 with 235s on 18" wheels is quieter than the 98 with 15s.
 

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^^^ buy this ^^^

:rofl:

those thing are so quiet, that it always creep on me when I'm walking on the sidewalk >.<
 

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Frost King from Home Depot works, I applied it to my entire trunk, and then covered it with carpet padding and Polyfill before putting panels and factory carpet back in. It helped a bunch of vibrations and made the noise from my exhaust much more bearable.
 

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You can also check your window seals cause I used to get a fair amount of wind noise


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That duct insulation is a alsome idea

will be doing this on my next project

Definitely looking into this as well, for the price it's worth a shot.

My biggest gripe is that my speakers are too powerful for the car, and the rear deck and door panels buzz and rattle if I turn it up too much. The road noise I can tolerate, but the rattling drives me nuts.

In a pinch, I've used duct tape to silence minor rattles coming from the mount to the radio, and the door handles. Basically just made it into a washer/gasket between the screws.
 

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