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    Supporting Member II Turbo Mopar Contributor Nemesismachine's Avatar
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    Lizard Skin

    Shoots easy, cleans up even easier. Just waiting for the top coat to arrive and I'll throw the interior back in, then I can drive over to a friends house and hit the under side of the car to really seal in the flavor.

    Sound Control, 2 coats. Masked the door holes from the outside, take the time and mask em from the inside. Even though nobody will ever see it, you'll feel better.


    Don't forget the roof and A-pillars, they echo as much as any other metal will.


    2 coats of Thermal Insulation on top of the Sound Control. Slightly darker.


    Masked off from the insode if the door, mainly by filling the door cavity with thin plastic sheeting and taping it to the door to prevent the product from leaking onto window mechs.


    Last edited by Nemesismachine; 07-17-2019 at 02:23 PM.

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    Re: Lizard Skin

    looks good
    and thanks !!

    I've been wanting good pics of a rampage cab wall , back floor and floor pan ..for quite some time

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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Johny Dodge View Post
    I've been wanting good pics of a rampage cab wall , back floor and floor pan ..for quite some time

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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Sound control usually means weight, what do you estimate the weight gain to be?

    Barring a huge gain, it looks to be worth it, anxious to hear how effective it is for you...

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    Re: Lizard Skin

    I used it on my GLH and CSX a few years ago. I did the inside of the quarters, doors and roof as well. Great products! Much lighter than Dynamat with better results.

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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by ajakeski View Post
    I used it on my GLH and CSX a few years ago. I did the inside of the quarters, doors and roof as well. Great products! Much lighter than Dynamat with better results.
    Did you use both sound and temperature control?
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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by chromguy View Post
    Did you use both sound and temperature control?
    I used both. Sound control everywhere. Heat control where needed. Heat control is a little darker colored.
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    Re: Lizard Skin

    As far as weight goes, I'm not building a race car so I'm not too concerned with weighing down a 2100lb. car. As ajakeski said it weighs significantly less than dynamat, brown bread, etc. Any of the asphalt/tar based products and you don't have to roll it into all the corners. Super easy to apply and clean up. It sprays like pancake batter, cures like a pancake.

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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by ajakeski View Post
    I used both. Sound control everywhere. Heat control where needed. Heat control is a little darker colored.
    Thanks
    Regards,
    Miles

    DD '87 Sundance T1, 12PSI, SLH with rear disks
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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Can anyone speak to the durability as an undercoating?

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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by supercrackerbox View Post
    Can anyone speak to the durability as an undercoating?
    what he said !!
    I just picked up a southern cab for my Cummins and would like to keep it rust free for as long as I can
    plus any heat/noise benefits is plus
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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by supercrackerbox View Post
    Can anyone speak to the durability as an undercoating?
    It held up well on my GLH. I didn't drive the car in a Wisconsin winter, but 3 season use was fine.
    Last edited by ajakeski; 07-29-2019 at 09:56 PM.

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    Re: Lizard Skin

    Quote Originally Posted by "Top Fuel" Bender View Post
    what he said !!
    I just picked up a southern cab for my Cummins and would like to keep it rust free for as long as I can
    plus any heat/noise benefits is plus
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    I live in the salt belt. My car in the picture is 32 years old and my DD.
    http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/sh...=1#post1148367
    http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/sh...=1#post1148060

    My family has been undercoating our cars like this since the 70's, if you need more info let me know
    Regards,
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