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    Senior Member Lenny's Avatar
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    My DeLorean is going to be on Car Fix

    I just dropped of my DeLorean at the studios for Car Fix. They are going to add Sound Deadening and a Back Up Camera.

    Filming will take place this week and a trip to DMC Florida in Orlando tomorrow.
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    Lenny

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    Nice! Can't wait to see the episode.
    Dana

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    Let's see if they come up with anything meaningful for sound deadening. Dynamat or its equivalent on all of the fiberglass is less than impressive, heavy and expensive. I've long believed that the fiberglass tub of our cars resonates and creates a lot of low frequency droning type noise. I'd like to see some good deadening on the rear wall along with some active 'inverted wavelength' type of noise canceling system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spittybug View Post
    Let's see if they come up with anything meaningful for sound deadening. Dynamat or its equivalent on all of the fiberglass is less than impressive, heavy and expensive. I've long believed that the fiberglass tub of our cars resonates and creates a lot of low frequency droning type noise. I'd like to see some good deadening on the rear wall along with some active 'inverted wavelength' type of noise canceling system.
    I already got noise canceling inverted wavelength.... Bose Noise Canceling headphones. I bought them for my wife so she would ride in my D.

    It's the story I used when I approached the people at Car Fix, it's even the truth.
    Thanks,
    Lenny

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    Awesome Lenny! Let us know when the episode is scheduled to air and I'll definitely set my DVR.

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