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post #1 of 169 (permalink) Old 06-08-2013, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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Dynamat Dynoliner Heat

Just ordered a role of dynamite dynoliner 1/2" thickness for the engine cowl on my xtz 1000 because of the excessive engine noise. Now I'm being paranoid about possible engine heat and possibly overheating.

Has anyone had any problems with ther buggy over heating after installing dynaliner to their engine cowl? Do I really have anything to worry about.
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I know others that use it and it really cuts down the noise level in the cab. No problems with overheating

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I used it on mine with no issues. This is one of those unseen projects that I would do it again.

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I used Dynamat extreme and Dynamat Hoodliner on mine, no problem with overheating but it's still loud. Looks like the dynoliner 1/2" you ordered is different from what I used and may have better sound deadening.

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I used it on mine with no problems.
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Who has the best price on the stuff? I've been debating on doing it to mine for noise. I've just read mixed reviews as some saying it made a difference and some saying it didn't.....

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Who has the best price on the stuff? I've been debating on doing it to mine for noise. I've just read mixed reviews as some saying it made a difference and some saying it didn't.....
It's def ordered de3, talking me into getting an instrument cluster for it now! I'm falling for this buy it now thing! Lol. I ordered my 1 roll of dynamite dynaliner 11103 of eBay for $63.89 with free shipping.

The sellers name was 3kingsaudio. They have a good eBay rep too with over 46000 rep with a 99.7% satisfaction.
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It's def ordered de3, talking me into getting an instrument cluster for it now! I'm falling for this buy it now thing! Lol. I ordered my 1 roll of dynamite dynaliner 11103 of eBay for $63.89 with free shipping.

The sellers name was 3kingsaudio. They have a good eBay rep too with over 46000 rep with a 99.7% satisfaction.
wonder if the audio shops that installs tunes in your car would carry the dyna liner.?????/cClark06,there is several members on here that did there own wiring on installing there gauges,saved them a lot of money,the only thing you would have to buy through utvinc is the temp inline sending unit.

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If sometime someone has there doghouse off I would like to see a picture of that dynamat installed............thanks.

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If sometime someone has there doghouse off I would like to see a picture of that dynamat installed............thanks.
When you talk about the dog house, your talking about the engine cowl. Right? I should be getting my liner in weds and be installing it on Thursday Or Friday. And I'll be sure to take pictures cause I gotta get pictures of the rumble seat install. So I didn't have to drill holes in my bed as well. Along with doing its 1st service 3 days into owning it.
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