The time has come; Nothing can stay the same forever. The same old interior dampening material's throne has been challenged. GSport's GMUFF Titan-Lite is extremely lightweight, effective, and ultra-thin, quite unlike its predecessor. It provides twice the dampening capability, and is 40 percent lighter than any of their competitor's asphaltic product. Its aggressive adhesive withstands temperatures in excess of 250 degrees, and it stretches up to 40 percent for 100-percent bonding to irregular surfaces. It can be used on doors, floorpans, roof panels, deck lids, and sheetmetal panels that are prone to flexing. It's ideal for muscle cars, street rods, trucks, boats, and aircraft. It also provides great protection for drag car wheeltubs, without adding excessive weight. Featuring a simple peel and stick design, Titan-Lite resists water, fuel, and most solvents, and has no harsh odors.
To install, once you have the interior out and you clean all the surfaces the GMUFF is going on, get acquainted with your GMUFF as much as possible before you start. Make sure you have a heat gun, scissors, a marker, and a utility knife. Once you have the adhesive backing off, the GMUFF is ready to go--and I mean ready; it'll stick to any and everything. Fire up the heat gun and it'll form to all the nooks and crannies. If you need to, it helps to put small pieces together in some tight areas because it is so sticky and it might be hard to get it to lay right. Try to get at least 50 percent of the interior sheetmetal covered. If you can, try 50-100 percent to maximize the Titan-Lite's effects.
In the areas that you can't get the GMUFF Titan-Lite in, there is GMUFF G-Spray. It is a unique vibration-dampening compound specifically engineered in spray form for hard to reach locations and extremely irregular shapes. G-Spray provides twice the dampening characteristics of other asphalt material. G-Spray also contains a corrosion inhibitor, and improves car audio performance by reducing ambient noise levels.
Grab some GMUFF products and check them out for yourselves. After a day in the garage you'll have much more peace and quiet in your ride so you can enjoy the sounds that you want to hear like a conversation with out shouting.