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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-04-2019, 10:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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Floor mats

Just finished cutting floor mats and under front seats from one 4 x 6 Dynamat $12
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-05-2019, 07:45 AM
 
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did you feel/notice a difference in heat and or noise reduction on drivers side after the mat?
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I'll let you know sunday
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post #4 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-06-2019, 07:35 AM
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I'd be interested to hear about it also
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Ok just got back from an all day ride in the mountains, forestry roads, right trails, mud holes and I can say that the mats deadened the sound a small amount, hardly noticable if I wasn't listening for it specifically. They helped a lot to keep the dust down but I also have a flip windshield that I crack open in dusty conditions and that is the biggest help. It also definatly helped with the heat in the cabin, I think the mats under the seats are the biggest help as those are some massive holes for heat to get in. I'll be doing the console in the future but after hearing limited success with the heat shield I think I'm going to spray fire retardant foam underneath there. Any input on that would be appreciated. Time to hit the shower.
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post #7 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-08-2019, 12:03 PM
 
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We cut down some old Chevy mats, didn't seem to help as much, but it was a spur of the moment thing, so they werent well fitted or anything haha
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Did you do under the seats too
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I run a full, non-opening windshield, floor mats, roof with outdoor carpet on the under side and a rear wind/dust screen. Its still plenty loud, but heat isn't really an issue for me anymore and dust is a thing of the past. I don't have anything under the seats. I am thinking about making some kind of quilted, form fitted cover for the center console to see if that helps with the sound but I'm not there yet.
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I run floor mats in mine just to keep the dust down. Without them the dust would come through the holes in the floor board.


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Virginia hawk I never thought of a cover over the console. Might be something a guy could rig up quickly and sacrifice an old quilted moving blanket just to see if it works. Helluva lot easier than pulling the console
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Virginia hawk I never thought of a cover over the console. Might be something a guy could rig up quickly and sacrifice an old quilted moving blanket just to see if it works. Helluva lot easier than pulling the console
And it would be washable! You could also take it out in the winter when you actually wanted the heat
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Are the floor mats something you can buy specifically for the machine? Any links.. Thanks!
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Are the floor mats something you can buy specifically for the machine? Any links.. Thanks!
You can order OEM Kawasaki brand floor mats online for the teryx and teryx4 but little over $300 for the set of front/rears. I am looking into using outdoor marine/boat carpet and making a center console cover/floor mats to see if it helps with sound/heat. Plus its uv resistant and washable etc.

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You can order OEM Kawasaki brand floor mats online for the teryx and teryx4 but little over $300 for the set of front/rears. I am looking into using outdoor marine/boat carpet and making a center console cover/floor mats to see if it helps with sound/heat. Plus its uv resistant and washable etc.
Cheap rubber Walmart mats cut down to fit also work well and are only a fraction of the cost
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post #16 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 12:28 PM
 
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ya that's what I was leaning towards. Ill make some out of horse stall mats. Cheap but dense and thick. Should work well for helping with the sound.
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I cut out truck mudflaps cut to form fit helps on dust & stops some water at fast crossings
The console sounds like a plan
I'm loosing the rubber piece in shift console and it's really hot
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Just finished cutting floor mats and under front seats from one 4 x 6 Dynamat $12
Where did you get the mat?

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I'm in Salmon arm BC and there is a rubber recycler in town. Big sale every summer so I load up on a dozen or so mats. Everything from 1/8"-1/2". I used 3/8" for my mats to keep clear of the throttle when I mash it. Truck bed liner, horse stall mats, mud flaps, all pretty much the same.
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