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^^ Ditto. Are you going for corrosion resistance or a new look?
 

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Well I'm putting a new motor in my car right now and wanted to get the bay looking as clean as I can get it and when done right undercoating looks really good.
 

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Not totally convinced that 180 degrees Fahrenheit is enough for a couple of the underhood areas. Near the exhaust mainford & near the radiator have the potential to be more than that. If you are going for the different look, paint it. Another school of thought uses a sound deadener of some sort there....
 

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Thats what I was thinking with the heat. I was also thinking high temp satin on it.
 

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Dynomat.com check out the under hood product,easy simple and works
 

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Honhon did his under hood in rubberized coating. Looked sick!
 

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Dynomat.com check out the under hood product,easy simple and works
Easy, simple, works and is over priced. I dont want to shell out money just to be buying a brand name. Dynamat is a rip off.

Honhon did his under hood in rubberized coating. Looked sick!
That what the 3M stuff is
 

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Easy, simple, works and is over priced. I dont want to shell out money just to be buying a brand name. Dynamat is a rip off.



That what the 3M stuff is
It would quiet things down some to boot.
 

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But sometimes u pay for what u get. Examples dgr - h&r. Machs/hellas or ebay headlights. Nankang or falken tires. Just keep a fire extinguisher in ur car in case of an under hood fire. Everthing is plastic
 
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