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dynamat vs fatmat

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im going get deadener but i dont know which one to go for

what you guys think fatmat or dynamat

dynamat x is expensive and much better then fatmat cuz of the thickness but

fatmat is cheaper and i can apply 2 layers

so u guys tell me

im ordering off amazon :)

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why not do it right and get second skin since you wanted to post this in their section now yes i used fatmat it worked for me but i also have a small car, but im still getting second skin for other applications like hood liner and will be doing another layer on floor and a roof layer at some point and time,

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If you had to choose between THOSE two, Dynamat. Not because of it';s thickness or any of that, but because it's a high quality product with a good butyl adhesive.

Whereas FatMat has a thin foil and an asphalt/rubber mix as it's adhesive.

In all honesty, I would take a better look at ALL of the choices out there... HINT HINT check sig HINT HINT. :P

Fatmat rapes yer women and burns yer kids :peepwall:

Good thing I keep it locked up outside in the shop... :D

In all serious though, it's out there because of the damn smell.

Edited by Second Skin Rep Jon

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oh man sorry ididnt know 2nd skin was a sound deadening company but hey if they have there stuff on amazon i'd check it out

sorry i didnt know i thought this was the only sound deadening section here my bad

and there is alot of sound deadeners out there and idk where to start so yea amazon is where i get most of my stuff

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Dynamat is far overpriced, and lets not get started on fatmat as it cant compare as a real butyl based CLD. Dynamat extreme in comparison to say SS Damp pro costs more and you get less. SS damp pro is thicker therefore getting better results at a cheaper price. Fatmat is the opposite: Cheap price with worse results. IMO, do your deadener the RIGHT way first. Why skimp? Hell the new alpha damp pro could technically, if going by only covering 15% of panels (which many people consider that enough and anything more is a waste, iirc), deaden a whole car. Not bad for the $140 price tag.

To recap class:

Fatmat: Shit in comparison to real butyl based CLD products.

Dynamat: Overpriced hype that people only know of because bestbuy and all local shops sell their terribly overpriced products. The kicker of deadening if you will.

SS Damp/Damp Pro/Alpha Damp: Best product hands down in this comparison. May not be the best price in comparison to fatmat, but will give better results at a better price.

Ninja'd by Jon. Damnit hes too fast. :ninja:

Edited by tonedeaf

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How the fuck are you gonna post in SECOND SKINS forum asking about which competitors product is better? Use Second Skin lol!

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i didnt know can some one move this thread to a chit chat thread or to question thread something

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oh man sorry ididnt know 2nd skin was a sound deadening company but hey if they have there stuff on amazon i'd check it out

sorry i didnt know i thought this was the only sound deadening section here my bad

and there is alot of sound deadeners out there and idk where to start so yea amazon is where i get most of my stuff

Hey I don't blame ya, I order all sorts of crap off Amazon.

If you HAVE to buy off of Amazon, buy the highest quality product you can.

I know there are a few other products on Amazon that are made in the US, cheaper than Dynamat, and perform spectacularly.

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If budget is an issue, Audio Technix is a little cheaper, and from what I've heard, comparable to the Damplifier from Second Skin.

Hope you don't take any offense to that Jon, just suggesting a cheaper, but quality product.

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