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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    But can you remove it?


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    I used it to hold a plastic rub rail/side bumper on one of my Yamaha vx1100's. A rivet popped loose, and I put this on for a temp hold. A couple weeks later, I had to work like an sob to get that tape off. Used goo be gone and it seemed to soften it into a thin jelly that I had to get off quickly before it dried back to a very sticky glue again.

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    Thanks for sharing Larry. Definitely going to try it. Just curious, does the foam type material work better than the dynamat? If starting over would you do anything different? Should i try to find a double sided tape to start with?

    I rode in a 2022 Mojo this week and was blown away about how quite it was. It had the foam on the tranny cover but nowhere else. Not sure if the improvement was due to the foam or because of a different tranny.
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  3. #43
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    Dynamat works to mitigate vibration on automotive sheet metal, I donít think boats fiberglass vibrates as bad as sheet metal.

    Therefore foam is likely better on a boat. Hence why SC chose foam.

    This foam works and looks decent and $50 goes a long way, but improved adhesion will be required, have not resolved that yet on my boat. I am just picky about the type of adhesive I want to use on my boat.

    I am sure an automotive spray adhesive would work great.


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    Not sure about this stuff, because I am waiting on others to continue to prove it out. However, the Kilamat did help (dynamat Amazon knock off) and putting 3M tape on that stuff is very hard to remove, but 3m tape on fiberglass peels right off.

    I'm thinking you have better adhesion if you already have dynamat down and then use this over top. Again, $50 went a long way on the kilamat also
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    Hey Larry, any videos to share so we can compare how it sounds now? Hearing your wife noticed a change without telling her sounds like a winner to me. Going to give this stuff a try. Unfortunately boat will be winterized soon and won't get a chance to hear any difference until next season
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    Sorry, no video. Was only able to get out one last time after install. She is winterized now.

    I did find some two sided tape I will try out this weekend.


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