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About 30 square feet to do it right. Be sure to do the entire spare tire area and bottom of the trunk. The gas tank fittings have a tendency to rattle. Might as well do the rear decklid also.
 

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I used Fat Mat on this car and have been very happy with it. www.fatmat.com. I used a 100' pack and double lined the interior doors, trunk floor, and sides. I ran out and ordered their trunk kit (approx 22') and used it to double line the trunk lid. I probably have about 5' left over from that trunk kit. So, if I had to estimate the entire trunk and trunk lid - double lined, I'd say you should go with 35-50'. Fat mat has at 36' bulk kit and a 50' kit. I'm not affiliated with them. You will find their prices to be incredible compared to dynamat but I did have to wait 2 weeks when i ordered the trunk kit. They have a toll free number. I'd call them to see what's in stock.
 

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djjasond said:
I used Fat Mat on this car and have been very happy with it. www.fatmat.com. I used a 100' pack and double lined the interior doors, trunk floor, and sides...
Thanks for the link, and the suggestion to double up. Rear seat is a bit noisy at high cruise now due to the Magnaflows. The 100' roll I ordered should help a lot. (Much cheaper than the DynaMat I had just picked up at Best Buy. That's now going back for a refund.)
 

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I was going to have the trunk Dynamatted today until I noticed that the trunk lid is hollow. My installer wanted to fill the hollow space with foam. I'm guessing that he'd dynamat over that.

Any input?
 

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Foam is good idea if he doesn't get it all over stuff. I didn't use it and don't have any rattles in the lid. I was meticulous about covering all the holes and put down two layers. Did the trick for me but foam may be a nice extra step. I have 1 12" Kicker L5 and my sub amp is 500 watts as an fyi.
 
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