I am still wondering about the afrs a bit, I think I might've overshot the sweet spot and it needs a little bit of fine tuning (actual tuning would be best) to get it to where it's getting the most bang for the blah blah.
Anywho, I'll have to do this soon, but I worry about reaching the engine since I'm always tinkering.
I'm just leaving them the stock gap because that's what they usually say, or so I think.
DIY will be up tonight, I just finished, I only needed one washer so I'll send you the rest on monday and you can superMID test it. You could test indexing then do sidegapping and test that too in combination, how cool would that be?
where do you get coroplast like home depot or lowes? if so where inside?
the sound deadening alone sells me. but 1-3mpg makes me want to get this done by the end of the week. ive already stuffed some of my interior panels with home insulation just to cut down on white noise. with this stuff underneath it will be amazing.
don't waste your time or time will waste you
I visited 5 different Lowes / Home Depots and nobody knew what i was talking about. Metro says that the Canadian Home Depots carry it for $12 per 4x8 sheet. I ended up buying it at a sign making shop as it is most commonly used for making signs. Expect to pay $20 per 4x8 sheet. I bought 2 sheets and had the guy cut into 2x8 pieces, mainly so I could get them home in the Prius.