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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-28-2018, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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Default Dynamat in Fairing Klock Werks Kit

Have you added Dynamat to your fairing? Improve sound?

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Have you added Dynamat to the outside of the speaker boxes?
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I didn't know about that kit from Klockworks so thank you for the post. It's a nice video but the sound could be improved a little bit. That, and I never use a metal tool to remove plastic parts. I always use a soft plastic putty knife to remove things like the the headlight ring and the speaker grills.
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Interesting product. Klock Werks is always thinking. If I listened to my stereo very often I think I'd invest in this. Then again; at $240 I'd have to think about it a little more. The idea is sound. Pardon the pun.
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No....it won't stop "reverberations".

This is simply a butyl rubber adhesive mat which stops sympathetic vibrations. The fairing has a resonant frequency. Sticking something to it that doesn't have a resonant frequency will, in turn, stop the fairing from wanting to resonate at certain frequencies.

Basically, it'll make your low-end frequencies feel a little tighter because you won't hear the fairing buzz or rattle - if you have that problem.

If you want to do this mod...buy the material for $20. You'd be able to do about 5 bikes with this roll. Use an exacto knife to cut it. Very simple to do.

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All I can say is be careful about building up mat material on top of the speaker boxes. There isn't much room between there and the fairing. Might cause install trouble, pressure points, etc. In fact when I checked mine with the dash off, I really couldn't see any spare room on top. TMMV.

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Great point. The Extreme Fairing Audio speaker boxes are huge (uge) compared to the original CCT fairing speaker boxes.

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I am still worried about this stuff. Wondering if the stuff will hold up to summer heat and not fall off. Melting into our wire harness!

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I'd guess I put mine in my fairing 80k miles ago and I live in Houston.

It ain't gonna melt off.

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