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    Constant Bitrate heypachuco's Avatar
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    Do it on a sunny day so you can keep your doors/trunk open. The fumes are pretty strong and if it's raining it will take forever for it to dry.

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    Question Dampening flammability?

    Anyone have any idea about flammability? I was going to go with the spray on ones in the past, just for some minimum dampening, but the cans say that the stuff is highly flammable. Since I race and track the car, it's not something I really want all around me :P

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    I'm sure the can was mostly reffering to the propellant in the can. But i'm sure the dried material is just as flammable as the insulation on all the wiring in the car. Heck, call the manufacturer's # and find out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacoste
    Anyone have any idea about flammability? I was going to go with the spray on ones in the past, just for some minimum dampening, but the cans say that the stuff is highly flammable. Since I race and track the car, it's not something I really want all around me :P

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    Quiet Solution has a flammability lab test report on their website for their
    spray/brush-on dampener:

    http://www.quietsolution.com/FMVSS30...k_Fire_prn.pdf

    Alas, I can't make heads or tails out of the results, though-- it's a little
    too technical for me.

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    "Neither ignition or flame travel occurred"
    That sounds to me like it's not flammable whatsoever.
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    Question

    How does QuietCar compare to eDead? Does anyone have experience with them? I hadn't heard of it before this.

    Thanks,

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