I didn't spell the word wrong in re-typing the advertisement. Of course I know what neoprene is since I've been wakeboarding for 10 years.
Maybe the guy in the add spelled it wrong and I just bought a bunch of neoprene, but I searched google and nuprene comes up under a few difference medical supply places and looks pretty spendy.
I guess we'll find out when I get it.
Oh I didn't mean to insinuate that I wouldn't be using a deadener, I'm just trying to find something to put on top of about two or three layers of (second skin, Ram mat, fat mat, dynamat, etc.)
I'm trying to find the best way to dampen a car for under $500
As for the Boeing reference, I really, really doubt it. Maybe years ago, but it is way too heavy for them to use today. They use a constrained layer foam damping system throughout most of the plane, but the next time I am there I will ask again. You could always make a wetsuit out of it...
It might make a good layer instead of Ensolite or foam as it is extremely water resilient. It also has good mass so it would make a pretty good barrier, perhaps especially on the floor as the wet won't hurt it there either but for ease of use an adhesive mat wins.