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This is a discussion on Sound Proofing my RSpec within the Wolverine General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; TimberWolf, Have you ever tried noise canceling headphones or ear plugs? I use the same ones (Aiwa) for flights, mowing and SxS riding. I hunt ...

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    TimberWolf,
    Have you ever tried noise canceling headphones or ear plugs? I use the same ones (Aiwa) for flights, mowing and SxS riding. I hunt without a muzzle brake, so then I use some nice opentube earplugs. Protect your ears.
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    Just an update on those mats ... they were trash and very brittle, up here in Canada we have cold winters and the mats would often crack and break. I took them back to CT and the sales rep told me they were discontinued for that reason. No wonder they call the store 'Crappy Tire'! lol

    Rick, yes I use ear plugs and have been for a long time. It sure would be nice to ride without them so you could hear what your partner is saying.
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    Has anyone used NOICO green 170mm or Noico black 80mm sound proofing from amazon

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberWoof View Post
    Just an update on those mats ... they were trash and very brittle, up here in Canada we have cold winters and the mats would often crack and break. I took them back to CT and the sales rep told me they were discontinued for that reason. No wonder they call the store 'Crappy Tire'! lol

    Rick, yes I use ear plugs and have been for a long time. It sure would be nice to ride without them so you could hear what your partner is saying.
    Just saw this. My thoughts on some I had looked at. I bought these ones for my rear to stop mud and splash coming forward from the rear tires. I'll cut them to stick out to the distance I want. Not installed but they ARE RUBBER!! A little longer might be bettter but its got to make a huge difference over the fact that there is nothing there now to stop the mess coming forward.

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    I installed hushmat on my wolverine it's a great product but a little pricey. I am looking to add more sound proofing in a few more places like on the roof and on the doors am looking at the Noico on amazon

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