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  1. Sound Deadener

    here’s my update, I added the Noice Red to all door panels and trunk/back seat for now. That ringing seems to have gone away for the most part. I’m still slightly tuning my sub and spotify’s equalizer to the most consistent sound so I can minimize that ringing. Also, a solid muffle to my loud...
  2. Sound Deadener

    The best way to describe it is the sound currently gives me tinnitus (or a form of ringing) from the current sound absorption without the red on top. It should do the trick when I finally get around to it. And not a thread i can show you particularly, just from comments I've seen here and there...
  3. Sound Deadener

    I'll put the red on top and let you know! And I can't recall the thread, I honestly looked up sound deadoning 10th gen civic and lots of replies from this site came up so I can't say which thread. Yes please update me on the build! I just want the inside to be damn quiet yet bumpin w/ bass
  4. Sound Deadener

    Did you test and see how the exhaust sounds from the inside at high rpms? I'm tired of not having anyone sit in the back for long periods of time on the highway due to loud exhaust vibrations haha. Though I won't touch the headliner, I hear it can be a pain putting it back if you don't do it...
  5. Sound Deadener

    I recently started using 80mil noico for my doors and trunk. I was looking to sound deadon to quieten the exhaust notes at high rpm (75mph+). I also just purchased the Noico Red because i heard it works better layered on the 80mil for 60hz. There's been a heat wave so I'm being lazy about it but...
  6. Starting my sound deadening project

    I am currently sound deadoning all four doors and trunk before i start tearing out the back seat. Is that Noico Red? Would you love to hear the difference in lower frequencies such as exhaust when driving on highway. I'm running a 3" exhaust from the downpipe to the back so it's loud af....


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