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The much-loved LandCruiser 79 Series has enviable rough and tumble qualities, however it’s factory sound deadening and insula...

A common problem with owning a robust off road truck is the NOISE! The cost of the engineering merit and capable drive line is compromise on expense elsewhere, particularly on creature comforts with basics in the noise and vibration department. ...

Stage 1 sound deadener is a peel and stick product which is engineering to be applied ideally around 20°C. When applying the material at night time in the middle of winter you can run into issues. Air temperature at this time of year is typically lower and sheet metal surfaces can be even lower. ...

Cars have become much nicer places to be over the last 40 years, thanks to huge advances in the technology used for engines, transmissions, suspension, body assembly and even styling to make them cut through the air more smoothly. But one of the biggest factors in making cars more comfortable has been huge advances is in-car insulation. ...

Noise, Vibration and Harshness, known in the automotive world as NVH, are three areas automotive manufacturers spend billions of dollars trying to improve their products. Let’s face it, leaving aside historic vehicles or race cars, few people enjoy driving cars that are rough, overly noisy, hot, or jarring. ...

If you’re looking for a hard-wearing coating to protect a fragile surface, something easy to apply and clean up with water, and something made in Australia, then Bully Liner is the answer to your prayers. This rubberised surface coating was intended to be a coating to protect cargo areas from scratches...

So you’ve got a van and it’s NOISY! If you using it for touring the heat coming off the sheet metal is like a fry pan, and the condensation in the morning is dripping from the ceiling. You’re sick of it, right? Well there’s a way to fix it! The biggest problem ...

Do I cut the foam to size then stick it down? This works for flat bonnets with minimal corrugated reinforcement panel. For later model cars we suggest leaving the...

It can be a real problem when it comes to controlling heat in your vehicle , particularly when the vehicle i...

Q. I have a 4x4 and was looking at installing sound deadener inside, do you think it is worth putting the carpet underlay inside too? Unless you’ve got a high end luxury 4x4, chances are the manufacturer skimped in the Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) department to deliver a competitive priced truck. ...

We constantly get asked "what's the difference between Stage 1 and Stage 2 Sound Deadener ?" Here's the low down on how both products work. Stage 1 Sound Deadener is commonly referred to as...