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  1. #201
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    Yup I’ll be cutting mine as well. I had posted that pic once I noticed the new ones came that way and knew I had to do the mod in the off season. Does it slide out eas now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by haknslash View Post
    Yup Iíll be cutting mine as well. I had posted that pic once I noticed the new ones came that way and knew I had to do the mod in the off season. Does it slide out eas now?
    Well I need to trim another 1/2Ē or so off each side to make it easy. Right now I have to turn it a little sideways to get it it in/out but wanted err on the conservative side with my first cut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by z28ke View Post
    Well I need to trim another 1/2” or so off each side to make it easy. Right now I have to turn it a little sideways to get it it in/out but wanted err on the conservative side with my first cut.
    Do you have to squeeze the box a hair? I do to get around the struts......just a slight squeeze. Should I trim off more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockymtnsurfer View Post
    Do you have to squeeze the box a hair? I do to get around the struts......just a slight squeeze. Should I trim off more?
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    Yes. Gotta squeeze!


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    I figure the squeeze is inevitable but Iíll take that any day over what you normally have to do if you donít remove the struts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by z28ke View Post
    Next up....sound deadener. I used it on the underside of the engine tray, sides of the dividers in the engine compartment, under the v-drive cover and midship floor panel. Iím not sure how well itíll do with the heat in the engine compartment but I tested a bit with a torch and think itíll do fine.









    In hindsight I probably should have used this in the engine compartment: Car Insulation - 4' x 10' Roll (40 Sqft) Sound Deadener & Heat Barrier Mat - Automotive Lightweight Thermal Insulation https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016QUS1YE..._rzSyCb4FET75A

    Did you tape it on with thermal tape , or did it require adhesive spray also? I would want the option to be able to remove easily for resale (when / if)?

    Did it make a big difference? Thanks!!!
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    Why would you want to remove for resale? Who wouldn't want a quieter boat?
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    I've put the same stuff on my Mojo. Planning on doing the floor panel this winter if I get to it. You definitely do NOT want to fool with trying to take it off after it is applied. To answer the question, it has it's own adhesive backing and the tape is just for the seams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigOrange View Post
    I've put the same stuff on my Mojo. Planning on doing the floor panel this winter if I get to it. You definitely do NOT want to fool with trying to take it off after it is applied. To answer the question, it has it's own adhesive backing and the tape is just for the seams.
    ^ bingo!

    In hindsight I would use this for the bottom of the engine tray and sides of the engine walls:

    Design Engineering 050130 Boom Mat Under-Hood Thermal Acoustic Lining, 32" x 54" x .75" (12 sq. feet) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0055VTOBA..._uT8QFb38956GB
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