This is a discussion on B-Quiet ultimate... within the Parts Review forums, part of the Sponsors Group Pricing and Parts Review category; Just installed B-quiet ultimate in the TA. There is definitely a noticeable difference in the acoustic level inside. I would ...
02-01-2011, 04:08 PM #1
- Join Date
- Aug 2010
- Savannah, Ga
- 2001 TA WS6, 1995 BMW M3
Just installed B-quiet ultimate in the TA. There is definitely a noticeable difference in the acoustic level inside. I would recommend this to anyone that thinks that the inside is too loud.
02-04-2011, 06:15 AM #2
I did my Camaro with it and very pleased with the results as well. Seems so similar to Dynamat but much much cheaper.
02-07-2011, 09:08 AM #3
How much does it weigh? and how much did you put in?
02-07-2011, 07:51 PM #4
B-Quiet Ultimate is 1.6mm (60mil) thick, weighs 0.35 lb/sq. ft. comes in 1 foot wide rolls and is available in 2 sizes - 12 and 50 sq. ft. rolls
From their website it says a 12 sq ft roll is $55 and a 50 sq ft roll is $130/$120 if you buy 2 rolls.
I used a 50 sq roll for the whole floors front and rear and rear quarters.
The 2nd 50 sq roll is for my doors, you may be able to do the doors with a 12 and a 50 but its going to be close if you plan to do rear quarters. Or just buy 2 50's and have left over for other uses. No I do not have anything to do with this company or product. Just shopped around and this stuff seems so similar to Dynamat and much much cheaper.
02-12-2011, 10:12 AM #5
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- Jun 2006
- Chevy Camaro SS
is it harder than dynamat to install
02-16-2011, 04:27 AM #6
I never used Dynomat but installing B-Quite was easy. Just cut it to size, remove the backing and place where you want and press it down all over.
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