Dynamat products install easily to the interior sheet metal of your vehicle to stop vibration, reduce road noise, increase the dynamic range of audio systems, and thermally insulate the cabin for a more luxurious and rewarding driving experience. And now, with things like Dynamat Xtreme, Dynamat Kits, Dynamat Trunk Kits, Dynamat Hood Liners, Dynamat Dynapad, Dynamat Dynaliner and more, itâ€™s easier than ever to install Dynamat products in your vehicle. Dynamat Bulk Packs, like the Dynamat Mega Pack and Dynamat Xtreme Bulk Pak offer additional convenience by providing everything you need in a single part number.
The Luxury of Thermal & Acoustic Insulation
A vehicles’ comfort is heavily influenced by its ability to insulate its occupants from road and engine noise as well as heat and cold. Some vehicles do this better than others but any vehicle can be improved and every vehicle’s insulating qualities deteriorate with time and use. The thermal insulating properties can even help to improve gas mileage in warm climates as your air conditioner won’t need to work as hard to achieve your preferred temperature.
Music That Never Sounded Better
The sound quality of any audio system is diminished by intrusive road noise and vibrations that serve to cancel portions of the audio signal and thus deteriorate overall acoustic quality. Additionally, powerful audio systems can aggravate loose seems, accentuate aging joints and generally vibrate everything to the point of annoyance. All of this conspires to diminish enjoyment behind the wheel. Dynamat ’s sound deadening and insulating qualities solve all of these problems.
A Solution for Every Problem
Dynamat’s primary product is a thin, easy to cut, easy to mold, self-adhesive sheet that installs simply to nearly any interior sheet metal surface for both acoustic and thermal insulation. The Dynamat product line has been expanded over the years, however, to include a variety of compounds and thicknesses engineered for specific areas of vehicles and/or to solve specific problems. This ongoing development has made it even easier than ever to install Dynamat products simply and with dramatic results.
This page outlines each of the various Dynamat products and Dynamat kits to help you determine which is right for you.
Q: How much Dynamat do I need?
DYNAMAT A SPECIFIC AREA: As a basic rule, take basic measurements of the area you intend to cover to find your basic square footage (example: for a door, just measure the height and width at the widest points of the area to be covered - don’t worry about calculating for complex shapes and curves). Then add an additional 15% to this number to account for curves, contours and waste. This will provide a very good estimation of the total product you’ll need to complete your project.
DYNAMAT AN ENTIRE VEHICLE: If you want to insulate and sound deaden your entire vehicle, then one of the Dynamat Bulk Paks is probably best as they provide enough Dynamat to treat an entire average size vehicle; consider Dynamat Xtreme Bulk Pak or Dynamat Xtreme Shop Pak.
DYNAMAT DOORS, TRUNKS & HOODS: If you have specific problem areas, such as doors, trunks or firewalls then one of the area kits is the right choice; Dynamat Xtreme Door Kit, Dynamat Xtreme Wedge Pak, Dynamat Xtreme License Plate Kit.
TOP WITH DYNAPAD or DYNALINER: Keep track of how much Dynamat Xtreme you apply if you intend to further insulate with Dynaliner or Dynapad. This will provide you with a general size and area of each of these products to purchase.
Note: It’s best to err on the side of caution. In order to install your Dynamat products you’ll need to disassemble large areas of the interior of your vehicle. You don’t want to have to do this twice because you came up short the first time.
Q: I can’t Dynamat my entire vehicle at once, what should I do first?
If you are going to insulate your vehicle with Dynamat in stages, we recommend doing so in the following order for maximum results: Doors, Trunk, Rear Deck, Floors & Kick Panels, Roof, Hood, Fenders.
Q: Do I need any special tools or skills to install Dynamat?
Installing Dynamat is simple. You’ll need basic tools for the disassembly of the vehicle in order to access the bare panels. To install Dynamat you’ll need a utility knife or scissors for trimming, a roller tool to flatten the Dynamat and eliminate bubbles (trick: a baseball works great for complex contours), and a solvent based cleaner to thoroughly clean the surface before application. If you are installing on upside down surfaces you’ll need a spray adhesive as well, available at your local parts or hardware store. Upholstery adhesive works best.
Q: Are there Dynamat Kits made for specific vehicles?
Yes. Here is a list of vehicle specific Dynamat Kits: