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Old 05-03-2013, 07:45 PM   #15
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Old 05-03-2013, 08:00 PM   #16
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I Will Pull Up The Carpet Tomorrow And Post Up Some Pics. if I Get Time To Do Seats Or Trunk, I Will Post Those Too.
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Yeah, please take pics for the next phase of your mod.
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People are trying to make their BRZ quietER?!?

The car is already way too quiet for a sports car
Literally my first thought. I got the car and immediately was like, "Hey, this needs some loud pipes."
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Old 05-04-2013, 06:18 PM   #19
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wHAT iS wITH aLL tHE cAPS?
He probably owns a manual...so he enjoys using the SHIFT key...
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Old 05-04-2013, 08:33 PM   #20
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He probably owns a manual...so he enjoys using the SHIFT key...
I Sure Do.

Update: I finished The Back Seat And Trunk. Took Pics. Also Pulled Up The Front Carpet And Took Pics. As A Bonus, I Pulled The Door Panels Off And Took Pics. Will Write It All Up And Post Either Tonight Or Tomorrow. Any One Interested In How Much Material I Used?
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By popular demand, here are the pics

http://www.flickr.com/photos/8619486...7633425405068/

note: I did not take pics of the MLV and thinsulate install into the foldable back seat. Those clips pull straight up. and the rest is straight forward.

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Old 05-05-2013, 03:55 PM   #22
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/8619486...7633425405068/

note: I did not take pics of the MLV and thinsulate install into the foldable back seat. Those clips pull straight up. and the rest is straight forward.

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People are trying to make their BRZ quietER?!?

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Literally my first thought. I got the car and immediately was like, "Hey, this needs some loud pipes."
You're confusing pleasing engine and exhaust noise with obnoxious road noise.
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You should consider doing the rear quarter panels. Doors and rear quarter panels are probably the critical spots for road noise; I believe the trunk will reduce exhaust noise (I've done mine because my aftermarket exhaust was slightly too loud for normal driving for me).
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You should consider doing the rear quarter panels. Doors and rear quarter panels are probably the critical spots for road noise; I believe the trunk will reduce exhaust noise (I've done mine because my aftermarket exhaust was slightly too loud for normal driving for me).
Plugging the 'noise tube' will also result in a much quieter cabin (quieter meaning less exhaust noise, not less road noise). I made a plug out of some solid PVC tubing. When I want a quiet ride I just loosen the hose clamp on the noise tube, insert the plug, and tighten the clamp. It's especially good for long rides when you would rather hear the radio than the exhaust rumbling.
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If you were referring to the plug...
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not my picture, but this is one way of doing it. I leave the sound tube attached even with the plug in just because the engine bay looks more complete to me that way.
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Plugging the 'noise tube' will also result in a much quieter cabin (quieter meaning less exhaust noise, not less road noise). I made a plug out of some solid PVC tubing. When I want a quiet ride I just loosen the hose clamp on the noise tube, insert the plug, and tighten the clamp. It's especially good for long rides when you would rather hear the radio than the exhaust rumbling.
I think my Injen does that automatically. The one in the engine bay where the stock intake feeds the tube into a random thing right?

edit: yeah that's the one
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