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Happy Easter! We have decided to do our 2017 yearly group buy for all Trifive members! If you have not made a purchase with us yet, now is the time to get in on a good discount so put your name on the list! Don't forget to include your roll size. The group buy discount will depend on the number of people signing up but at minimum it will be 10% so spread the word!

This group buy will close out May 6th at midnight. All orders will ship out May 8th. If you cannot wait till then you may contact us directly for the normal 5% forum discount.

STOP buying those heavy, expensive, and hazardous butyl/asphalt sound deadening products that weight your car down and stink. Buy the right product for the job! Our insulation reduces unwanted noise, controls heat, and reduces rattling while only adding on average 3-5lbs TOTAL for your entire interior depending on your installation! It also costs nearly 1/3 of the price of Dynamat and similar products. Dynamat and similar are made to reduce rattles by adding mass to your panels, not sound reduction and thermal insulation like our material offers.













If you have not heard of us, we have been selling our insulation for over 5 years now with 1400+ 100% positive feedback on eBay. We also sell on several other forums, Amazon, and directly on our website Car Insulation

Here are some links to some posts & threads from of the many customers of this forum:

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showt...car+insulation

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showt...car+insulation

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showt...=carinsulation

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showp...87&postcount=6

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showp...63&postcount=2

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showt...=carinsulation

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showt...=carinsulation

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showt...=carinsulation

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showp...76&postcount=9

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showt...=carinsulation

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showt...=carinsulation

https://www.trifive.com/forums/showp...37&postcount=4

Key Features:
Reduces unwanted sound & most vibrations
Effectively blocks 97% of radiant heat transfer
Keeps your interior cooler in the Summer & warmer in the Winter
Extremely light-weight, flexible, & crush resistant
Creates a mold & mildew resistant vapor barrier
Non-toxic & fragrance free (Will not smell)
Very easy to cut, handle, & install.

Nominal Thickness: 1/4"
Temperature Rating: 200 Degrees nominal
Core Material: Polyethylene closed cell foam core
Minimum Installed R-Value: 1+ (Varies depending on installation & vehicle)
Outer Material: 99.4% pure polished aluminum reinforced facing
Double Sided: Yes (Aluminum on both sides)
Mildew & Mold Resistant: Yes
Weight: 0.04lbs per Sq. Ft.
Adhesive Backing: No
Water resistant: Yes
Non-toxic: Yes

Normal pricing with sizes is listed below:

$21- 5' x 4' (20sqft) - Recommended size for hood undersides
$40- 10' x 4' (40sqft) - Half of the floor pan
$60- 15' x 4' (60sqft) - Front floor pan
$80- 20' x 4' (80sqft) - Complete interior minus trunk, headliner, & doors
$100- 25' x 4' (100sqft) - Complete interior minus headliner + doors
$120- 30' x 4' (120sqft) - Complete interior minus headliner or doors
$140- 35' x 4' (140sqft) - Complete interior front to back

These are all normal prices without shipping. Shipping will be calculated on an individual basis based on your location. It should be around $12-18 to give you a rough estimate.

Installation:
There is no adhesive on this insulation but you have many options when it comes to installing it including spray adhesive, foil tape, or even hook and loop fasteners. Car insulation can be double layered in areas if needed. It is very easy to install & easily molds to different contours. Spray adhesive & foil tape in combination with each other has worked best for us for our installations. Make sure your surface is clean before installation. Cut your piece to match the area you want to install it on and then spray the area with spray adhesive and lay your piece down and press lightly with your hands or use a roller across the entire piece. Continue doing this until you have the entire area you want covered. We recommend using a good spray adhesive when install this insulation. Foil tape is optional to use with spray adhesive but it helps you achieve the best thermal barrier results.

If you need a customer order or need to buy a roll asap, please contact us directly by sending an email to [email protected], send a PM, or call or text 610-751-2519. We sell on eBay under the username Car-Insulation if you want to check our feedback.

==Group Buy Members==
1. PhilsFins - Phillip Phaneuf - 140sqft - PAID - Shipping 5/16/17
2. Charlie(CHIEF} Williams - CANCELLED
3. Nitro crew chief - 160sqft - PAID - SHIPPING 5/11/17
4. 150Sedan - 160sqft - PAID - SHIPPING 5/18/17
5. Double S Farms - 140sqft - PAID - SHIPPING 5/12/17
6. Clutch Powers - 140sqft - PAID SHIPPING - 5/13/17
7. mmsalt - 160sqft - PAID SHIPPING - 5/13/17
8. myfirstone - 140sqft (2 rolls) - PAID - SHIPPING 5/16/17
9. BamaNomad - 80sqft - PAID - SHIPPING 5/12/17
10. 63chevyii - 160sqft - PAID - SHIPPING 5/12/17


THIS GROUP BUY IS NOW OVER, CONTACT US IF YOU MISSED OUT ON THIS FOR A 5% DISCOUNT. THANKS!
 

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So if this is the right product for the job, why have I never seen it installed in a factory made car?
Seriously? I've never seen any of the competition installed from the factory either, that's why there is aftermarket. That's hows companies like Crutchfield, Jegs, Summit Racing, etc. stay in business. This is a group buy thread, not a debate man.
 

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Carinsulation Group Buy

I wish to add my name to the List and submit for the 140' roll.
Not at all sure how the Cash should Flow. Please inform me so I can take advantage of the 10% discount.
Please PM me and I can supply payment Information.
I am installing in a Sedan Delivery so I may be in need of more than the 140'.
 

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I wish to add my name to the List and submit for the 140' roll.
Not at all sure how the Cash should Flow. Please inform me so I can take advantage of the 10% discount.
Please PM me and I can supply payment Information.
I am installing in a Sedan Delivery so I may be in need of more than the 140'.
Added your name to the list, if we get more than 20 members then the discount will be higher. If you cannot wait till May 6th to see if it goes over 20 members then we can do the order now at 10%.

I would recommend 160sqft since you have the delivery sedan.

Let me know!
 

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Jump on the Wagon Guys

Anyone interested in a quietter ride, less rattles and cooler comfort?
Please consider this Group Buy offer.
Add your name to the List and help us all get a better Discount.
From what I have learned about Carinsulation, it can be installed under the Hood, Headliner, Side Panels and Floor Boards.
Sounds like what I have been waiting for.:gba:
 

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STOP buying those heavy, expensive, and hazardous butyl/asphalt sound deadening products that weight your car down and stink. Buy the right product for the job!

Not debating, factory cars have those heavy, expensive, and hazardous butyl/asphalt sound deadening pads in them from the factory, so why wont they work in a trifive? You stated stop buying them, that yours was the better product, I asked why.
This is a group buy thread, not a debate. If you want to debate more about this then please start a separate thread. I will try to answer your question below and if I have not answered your question, please start another thread or PM me.

Basically what your saying is that Trifive's came from the factory with rubber/asphalt materials in them so that material must be superior because that's what Chevy decided to use. These cars were made over 60+ years ago, do you think there is a better option now? Do you think cost was/is a factor? Do you think your factory trifive radio is superior because that's what it came with from the factory 60+ years ago? Why does Crutchfield, Jegs, Summit Racing, etc. exist? Do you get where I'm going with this?

When we said stop buying them, we were talking about other heavy rubber/asphalt based AFTERMARKET products that compete with us. Just because the factory decided to apply cheap materials in every vehicle before it was sold does not mean they used the best material. That is why there is a market for aftermarket parts for just about everything.

Most guys end up scraping out the old junk that was applied from the factory anyway because it ends up drying up and cracking. A lot of our customers try a butyl/asphalt based product before buying ours but end up having problems and eventually come knocking on our door.

Problems ranging from the material they bought from a different company not sticking anymore or practically melting down onto their headliner, a very bad odor initially that does not go away or it becomes very noticeable once summer hits and its hot out, engine heat still getting into the cab, or heat issues in general.

I use this material myself in all of my person vehicles and our material is better than the competition because it costs less, weights less, effectively controls heat (most don't do anything for this), and also offers comparable sound reduction.

The funny but not so funny part about our market is that those heavy rubber products were made for the car audio market for guys who have SERIOUS stereo systems in them with HUGE subwoofers and didn't care about adding weight to their vehicles because the panel resonance was making their bass sound like crap. Dynamat got in early and really had no competition for the longest time because no one really thought that market would take off like but they continued to market the hell out of their product. The scary part is that when most classic car owners think of sound deadener, they think they need Dynamat or another similar heavy rubber/asphalt based product. That is a product for the Car Audio market.

So ask yourself this question, do you fall into the Car Audio market or the classic car market?

None of these are our videos but while watching them, ask yourself if that's what you want to deal with eventually in your Trifive that you probably spent thousands restoring:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFnUu3mQTwU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hWDx6rt6Xc
 
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