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    Posted: 23 August 2016 at 9:44pm
filling the voids with expanding foam in the 1850 plans....i have recently heard of this being done to improve resonance....thoughts on this? i can see it changing something but isit for the best????
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i tried that on some Void Incubus once, and the rig owner gave me a black eye Ouch
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der dum tish!
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Originally posted by mk2_ginger_biscuit69 mk2_ginger_biscuit69 wrote:

i tried that on some Void Incubus once, and the rig owner gave me a black eye Ouch

Clap would be lucky to get away with the one LOL 
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just to clear things up 
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expanding foam isn't very dense, why not pound shop bathroom sealant? 
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Originally posted by feliz feliz wrote:

expanding foam isn't very dense, why not pound shop bathroom sealant? 


I would think it would probably add about 20-30 Kgs to the cabinets weight, a litre of silicon weighs about 1Kg

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yeh true, but if expanding foam does it surely you could pack it with polyfill or fibreglass. seems kind of wrong to use something that expands with enough force to lift a subsided house. 
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cover the inside of angles in sorbothane sheet would be better :) or butyl rubber if you cant get sorbothane



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