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I put down 50sf of FatMat with my new carpet in the SS, and bought another 50sf roll for the doors and rearseat/quarters/b-pillars.

I've seen some meticulous installs for the rear seatback area and all appear to cover only the gussets leaving the voids open to the trunk. Intuition tells me blanketing the whole backseat area would create more of a sealing membrane for better sound-temperature insulation. Then again, what I know of the topic is limited to what I've read on some pretty good posts here.

My question is whether it's advisable to slap the Fat Mat across the entire rearseat to seal off the trunk or not considering the fact that closing off ventilation to the trunk and turning it into a sealed chamber could cause more moisture/harmonics problems than it solves.
 

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I really would like to know the answer to your question. Is something wrong with sealing off the opening between the trunk and the rear seat
 
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