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    Project &quotLaadli" - My Toyota Corolla GLi 2010 -1023765

    Some photos up to page 200 need restoration. InshaAllah, they will be restored in due course.



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    Owing to some technical issues, the following index is being updated and InshaAllah will be fully synchronized soon.
    Index

    1. Laadli's Tyre Pressure Monitoring System [page 1~2]
    2. Laadli prepares for the summer season [page 4]
    3. Re-alignment of Laadli’s side mouldings [page 5]
    4. Laadli’s Cabin Filter replaced [page 5]
    5. Laadli's Registration Plate got damaged [page 5]
    6. Laadli’s seat belt covers installed [page 5]
    7. Laadli’s 20K service at Toyota [page 5~6]
    8. Laadli’s ECU cover installed [page 6]
    9. Laadli’s missing bumper clips replaced [page 6]
    10. Laadli’s bumper underside retouched [page 6]
    11. Laadli’s new registration plates [page 6~7]
    12. Laadli’s back garnish replaced [page 7]
    13. Laadli’s Cutie Sixy Sixy sticker [page 7]
    14. Laadli at “Beauty Parlour” [page 10~11]
    15. Laadli’s Tyre Pressure and battery electrolyte checked [page 11]
    16. Laadli’s twin JBL subs in custom fibreglass enclosures [page 11]
    17. Laadli’s emergency light [page 11]
    18. Laadli’s Kenwood Amp [page 11]
    19. Laadli’s neatly installed Kenwood 718 speakers [page 11]
    20. Laadli’s Pioneer D1720C component speakers [page 12]
    21. Laadli’s DVD/ Navigation Head Unit [page 12]
    22. Laadli’s rear view camera [page 12]
    23. Laadli’s cigarette lighter power sockets with USB support [page 12]
    24. Laadli’s plans to go high-tech … IPad, Wifi, sound processor discussed [page 12~14]
    25. Laadli’s CNG issues [page 14]
    26. Laadli’s trunk lid lining installed [page 14]
    27. Laadli attends PakWheels Motor Show 20th March 2011 [page 18~19]
    28. Laadli’s photo-session by Madhouse12 [page 19~20]
    29. Laadli’s photos by Abdullah Abid [page 22]
    30. Laadli gets a steering lock [page 24]
    31. Laadli gets retractable side mirrors [page 25]
    32. Laadli gets new foot lights and trunk lights [page 25]
    33. Laadli attends PakWheels Islamabad Audio Chapter’s dinner 6th April 2011 [page 27]
    34. Laadli gets unwanted attention from a bird [page 39]
    35. How to get rid of mist on the windscreen [page 46]
    36. Laadli's Rear Doors get Component Speakers [Part 1] [page 47~58]
    37. Laadli's Rear Doors get Component Speakers [Part 2] [page 63~64]
    38. Laadli's Rear Doors get Component Speakers [Part 3] [page 65~75]
    39. Laadli's Front Doors get Component Speakers [page 75~77]
    40. Laadli gets Kenwood KSC 7702 3-way speaker system [page83]
    41. Laadli is getting two units of Soundstream Ref Series 800.4 Amps [page 84)
    42. Laadli received her new toys ... 2 X Soundstream Ref Series 800.4 Amps [page 88-90]
    43. Laadli's trunk layout for audio system discussed [page 93-97]
    44. Madhouse checks out decibel meter [page 99~100]
    45. Market survey for batteries [page 100]
    46. Laadli's trunk layout for audio system discussed [page 100~104]
    47. Laadli's sound deadening completed [page 105]
    48. Laadli's first Soundstream Amp installed [page 105~106]
    49a. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 110~120]
    49b. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 121~130]
    49c. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 131~140]
    49d. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 141~150]

    49e. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 151~160]
    49f. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 161~170]
    49g. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 171~180]
    49h. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 181~184]
    49h*. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 185~190 ]
    49i. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 191~200]
    49j. Laadli's trunk plan under implementation [page 201~212]
    50. Laadli gets a new ashtray [page 267~268]
    51. Laadli front Hertz tweeters re-installed [page 268~270]
    52. Laadli's rear view camera gets a roadside fix [page 270]
    53. Laadli's audio system wiring stuff purchase [page 275~276] and [page 278~279]
    54. Laadli gets a rear screen sun screen as gift [page 279]
    55. Laadli's capacitor and battery terminals ordered [page 279]
    56. Laadli's Guess and Win Contest [page 281]
    57. Laadli's capacitor, distribution block, battery size, wire gauge. - Technical terms explained [page 282]
    58. Laadli's front doors Dynamatted [page 301~309]
    59. Laadli's cabin and rear doors Dynamatted [page 309~314]
    60. Laadli's New Toys... Twin Pioneer W12PRS Subs received [page 328~330]
    61. Laadli's Trunk Lid Dynamatted [page 332~333]

    62. Laadli's Rear Fenders Dynamatted Dynamatted [page 334~336]

    63. Laadli's SS amps get new vented Plexiglass covers [page 337~339]

    64. Laadli's Stinger 150 Ampere Circuit Breaker arrives [page 343]

    65. Laadli's Subwoofer Enclosures Dynamatted

    66. Laadli's new twin Pioneer W12PRS subwoofers installed

    67. Laadli's First Birthday wishes from friends and uncles

    68. Laadli's First Birthday Gift- Nikon D5100 and complete accessories
    69. Laadli's Capacitor and terminals arrive in Saudi Arabia - photos [page 360~361]

    70. Laadli's Birthday Gift- Nikon D5100 unboxing photoshoot - [page 361~ 364 ]

    71. Laadli's
    Birthday Gift- Nikon D5100 - First photos .. [page 365~366]
    72. Laadli's "Guess and Win Contest" ... [page366~367] ^^^^Won by Mani1^^^^

    73. Laadlis new Focal 165v30 Component Speakers purchased [page 368~369]

    74. Laadli gets a new trunk lid liner [page 369~370]

    75. Laadli's New French Babes have a photosession [page 373~374]

    76. Laadli's New Stinger products arrive [page 374]
    77. Laadli attends Annual Audio GTG at Kallar Kahar, June 19, 2011 [page 376~388]

    78. Annual Audio GTG at Kallar Kahar, June 19, 2011- Photos by Versatile Genius [page 391~ 396]
    79. Laadli's sub enclosures get new polyester lining [page 400~ 401]
    80. Laadli's rear deck speakers' isolation boxes under preparation [page 402~ 403]
    81. Laadli's audio system wiring upgrade done on 18th June 2011 [page 405~ 415]
    82. Laadli's Italian Beauties on rear deck get their separate bedrooms [page 416~418 ]
    83. Laadli's trunk set up improvement and installation of fans [page 423~426 ]
    84. Laadli gets a new head unit, digital sound processor and center channel speaker [page 443~446 ]
    85. Laadli's new audio goodies installed [page 451~458 ]
    86.
    Laadli's new Pioneer Steering Wheel Control Unit [page 463~466]
    87. Laadli's experiment with new Pioneer Bluetooth Adapter and installation of LCD Head Rests [page 466~472]
    88. Laadli's trunk set up gets new LED super-silent fans, LED lights, and temperature sensor [page 474~475]
    89. Laadli's new Pioneer speakers 6975V2, Temp sensors, fans, etc. installed [page 478~484]
    90. Laadli's Video and Photo-shoot by Versatile Genius at Bani Gala [page 489~492]
    91. Antique Bikes at Rock Bistro [page 496~499]
    92. Laadli's JBL T696 unboxing and installation [page 505~508]
    93. Laadli gets her new sealed MF battery [page 522~523]
    94. Laadli's Registration book finally received [page 523]
    95. Laadli's JBL MS8 Digital Sound Processor arrives [page 536~541]
    96. Laadli's JBL MS8 Digital Sound Processor installation [page 548~556]
    97. Laadli gets a powered curtain and MS-8 relocated [page 559~563]
    98. Laadli's V30 components get tweeter pods - Little DIY[page 566~571]


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    Quote Originally Posted by letuswastetime View Post
    bas kar do yaar .. By far the most annoying thread
    Mission accomplished :-D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by askhokhar View Post
    Tayyab Bhai ... of course we are friends and like one family... so no sorry, no thanks from now

    About the sound deadening, we first need to understand what we are trying to accomplish.

    if you tap the body of your door with your finger knuckle, you will hear a hollow sound. Jumbolan or any other underlay type material does not work there. You need to add a layer of rubber .. whether it is dynamat, peel&seal, or just tube of a tyre. When we glue a layer together with a metal sheet, it adds to the thickness of the metal sheet. After you glue the butyl rubber to the metal sheet, and tap it with you knuckle, you will not hear a hollow sound. You will hear a deep sound.

    You can use jumbolan or any similar material for taking care of vibration sound. Vibration comes from registration plates, door trims touching the inner metal sheet of the doors etc. Again, in this case, butyl rubber layer will serve the purpose,, but not the other way round i.e. jumbolan will not be useful for gluing with the outer metal sheet of the door.

    I hope I have been able to explain ... otherwise, we will have to wait for Guru Ji Madhouse to come and explain
    Sir u pretty much nailed it. Idea is to add weight to a particular place. Jumbolon only absorbs sound waves but does not stop rattling as it does not have sufficient weight. And to get sufficient weight u will need thick jumbolon which will not be practical. Tyre tubes are pretty much the same material as dynamat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by askhokhar View Post
    Tayyab Bhai ... of course we are friends and like one family... so no sorry, no thanks from now

    About the sound deadening, we first need to understand what we are trying to accomplish.

    if you tap the body of your door with your finger knuckle, you will hear a hollow sound. Jumbolan or any other underlay type material does not work there. You need to add a layer of rubber .. whether it is dynamat, peel&seal, or just tube of a tyre. When we glue a layer together with a metal sheet, it adds to the thickness of the metal sheet. After you glue the butyl rubber to the metal sheet, and tap it with you knuckle, you will not hear a hollow sound. You will hear a deep sound.

    You can use jumbolan or any similar material for taking care of vibration sound. Vibration comes from registration plates, door trims touching the inner metal sheet of the doors etc. Again, in this case, butyl rubber layer will serve the purpose,, but not the other way round i.e. jumbolan will not be useful for gluing with the outer metal sheet of the door.

    I hope I have been able to explain ... otherwise, we will have to wait for Guru Ji Madhouse to come and explain
    Thanks for the detailed explanation.
    But please explain what is betyl rubber ?
    I think I should wait for sometime to get my pockets heavy.
    I will use the peel and seal if I am able to find one.
    And Bhai, did you do any sound deadening procedure with your Laadli ?

    Meanwhile, waiting for Madhouse etc who are expert in this Audio field to share their knowledge.
    Although Bhai, I have complete faith in your knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by madhouse12 View Post
    Sir u pretty much nailed it. Idea is to add weight to a particular place. Jumbolon only absorbs sound waves but does not stop rattling as it does not have sufficient weight. And to get sufficient weight u will need thick jumbolon which will not be practical. Tyre tubes are pretty much the same material as dynamat.
    So, Sir what do you recommend for me?
    Tyre tube will serve for me ?

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    Ji Bhai .. since you are not going for a high-end audio system, tyre tube formula would work excellent... just don't tell people about it.. Stay quiet and let them wonder why the little car is so quiet

    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabchaudhary View Post
    So, Sir what do you recommend for me?
    Tyre tube will serve for me ?

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    The tubes (for tyres) are made of butyl rubber, and so is dynamat ... the difference is in the density of the rubber. Dynamat is 1.7 mm thick but very dense and much heavier than equal amount of tube material

    Bro Madhouse has already posted and added to what I wrote earlier .. take a look


    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabchaudhary View Post
    Thanks for the detailed explanation.
    But please explain what is betyl rubber ?
    I think I should wait for sometime to get my pockets heavy.
    I will use the peel and seal if I am able to find one.
    And Bhai, did you do any sound deadening procedure with your Laadli ?

    Meanwhile, waiting for Madhouse etc who are expert in this Audio field to share their knowledge.
    Although Bhai, I have complete faith in your knowledge

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    You don't need to have a heavy pocket ... may be couple of hundred rupees for tubes and may be 280 rupees for samad bond ... that's it

    If you get it done from some professional, then you have to pay labour ... but it is easy to do it yourself

    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabchaudhary View Post
    Thanks for the detailed explanation.
    But please explain what is betyl rubber ?
    I think I should wait for sometime to get my pockets heavy.
    I will use the peel and seal if I am able to find one.
    And Bhai, did you do any sound deadening procedure with your Laadli ?

    Meanwhile, waiting for Madhouse etc who are expert in this Audio field to share their knowledge.
    Although Bhai, I have complete faith in your knowledge

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    Alright Bhai, I got your point now.
    All I need are the tyre tubes and samad bond.

    For the installation, I will do it myself and post in the DIY so that other members can also benefit from this.

    And Brother, which type of insulation you recommend me under the hood ?

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    If you can do it neatly with the tube, then you can go ahead and do the bonnet his way too ... but for bonnet there are other options .... namda sheet (grey colour) with foam on one side ... usually poshish walas do this for bonnet

    But in this case, you must be aware of the firehazard. Foam burns very easily and gives dangerous fumes.

    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabchaudhary View Post
    Alright Bhai, I got your point now.
    All I need are the tyre tubes and samad bond.

    For the installation, I will do it myself and post in the DIY so that other members can also benefit from this.

    And Brother, which type of insulation you recommend me under the hood ?

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    Another thing ... for bonnet you have to glue the butyl rubber neatly ... try using a heat gun or hair dryer to ensure neat application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by askhokhar View Post
    If you can do it neatly with the tube, then you can go ahead and do the bonnet his way too ... but for bonnet there are other options .... namda sheet (grey colour) with foam on one side ... usually poshish walas do this for bonnet

    But in this case, you must be aware of the firehazard. Foam burns very easily and gives dangerous fumes.
    That is what I am afraid of.
    I want to use that thing which I am assure cannot catch fire.

    The betyl rubber will be ok for the hood ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madhouse12 View Post
    Mission accomplished :-D.

    What mission sir?

    You wrote that in response to posting by a thread spoiler ...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabchaudhary View Post
    That is what I am afraid of.
    I want to use that thing which I am assure cannot catch fire.

    The betyl rubber will be ok for the hood ?
    Yes butyl rubber should be better choice.. not as dangerous as foam.

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    could anyone comment on whether namda is fireproof material ... a poshish wala said so ...

    Madhouse Sir .. you are online .. would you like to respond?

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    Today I am in the mashwara mode ...

    Since your objective is to avoid noises and rattling, you should pay attention to the firewall as well.

    It is more difficult, and perhaps you will need someone to help you out with dismantling of dashboard . if you cover the firewall effectively, you can rest assured that you have accomplished a lot in sound deadening.

    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabchaudhary View Post
    That is what I am afraid of.
    I want to use that thing which I am assure cannot catch fire.

    The betyl rubber will be ok for the hood ?

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    Hahaahaa
    I like the mashwara mode

    Yes, you are right.If the firewall is insulated rest of the car will be noiseless.

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    While you are at it ... please also ensure that all the nuts, bolts and screws are tightened well.

    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabchaudhary View Post
    Hahaahaa
    I like the mashwara mode

    Yes, you are right.If the firewall is insulated rest of the car will be noiseless.

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    I have seen very ambitious sound deadening projects on the internet. Please strip the vehicle of EVERYTHING and then do the sound deadening ..

    I wonder what their feeling would be .. the only noise coming from across the glass windows ... :-)

    No noise at all from the road ... or from the engine ..

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    It would be lot of fun to prepare a car in this condition .. perfectly noiseless ... and then use Bro Madhouse's "Noise Meter" ...

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    MashaAllah..!!!

    This is the 5000th post


    Congratulations to all friends and uncles of Laadli



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