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    Cool idea!

    I'll guess taking the door panels off is like most cars, not really that hard to do once you know where it's clipped or fastened on. My Abarth had some screws behind the interior door latch, but I found a YouTube video on line that showed how to do it.
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    I have a box of Noico sitting in my basement from my rear seat delete, thanks for re-motivating me to add some to the doors/hatch. The hatch bugs me the most (on an Abarth not X.)

    Your video has a super satisfying result!
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    How do removing door inner panel? Is there a video related to it

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    ** i cant delete this post but i realized these guides are for a 500. my mistake

    direct from the maestro hope this helps!

    http://www.fiat500usa.com/2012/10/fi...iat+500+USA%29

    another guide i found - https://www.paulstravelpictures.com/...Removal-Guide/

    just google it mate. regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by msslm View Post
    How do removing door inner panel? Is there a video related to it
    The closest thing I found was from a Jeep Renegade forum that explained how to remove the backseat, and that is all I could find back then. Anyhow, the inner panel has the window motor attached to it, so I did not even try to remove it; I bent it a little just to get behind it, and that was enough. Of course, it would have been easier to stick the insulation material without that panel on the way. Hope it helps!

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    Nice research on the Noico. It uses the same material as the more popular 'mat and 1/3 the material cost. Wise to avoid standard duct tape, too. What was the duct insulation used for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    Nice research on the Noico. It uses the same material as the more popular 'mat and 1/3 the material cost. Wise to avoid standard duct tape, too. What was the duct insulation used for?
    I used it as a second layer on top of the other insulation material. Again, it was my first time ever to do something like this, and I just wanted to make sure I was killing the noise. It was a huge improvement, but the car is still noisy.
    However, I love how heavy the doors are and how they close. Speakers sound better too!

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    Thanks for a great share. I wish I'd thought of sound deadening and sound proofing on the outer skin. Yeah, love the improved feel of doors with the extra 5+ pounds... a more reassuring thump on closing.

    I'm still trying to track remaining noise in my 500. I'm betting your job cut dB by 3 or 4 points... considerable. I am looking at the rear, as it is 3 dB louder than the front. I don't know about your car, but most of the 500's sound protection is the rear seat cushion. My rear hatch still needs deadening, but not sure how the extra weight will affect it staying open. I'm considering pulling the front seats and covering the floor/firewall like the pros do. The headliner is not something I'll try.

    Oh, yeah, speaks are so much better. On a scale of 50, had to have the stereo cranked to 21+ to hear talk... now down to 15 max.

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