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Old 10-25-2008, 10:24 AM
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Cherrybomb Glasspacks ???

Ok i was looking around and found these they will fit on my 4inch exaust for my 99 Ford f-350 7.3l

Now what do you guys think anybody have them and know how loud they would be also what are performance effects.

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Old 10-25-2008, 10:43 AM
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Had cherry bombs on my big block chev nova back in the day, bolted right to the headers. Nasty loud inside the car. Would probably sound pretty good on your truck though. Dynomax makes something called a race bullet thats sounds good. I had a 3.5" race bullet on my 00 f350.
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anybody else have opinions on this one?? im looking more and more into it im really considering it because it is a strait through which is what everyone keeps saying do. good sound, and relatively cheap.
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Just straightpipe the truck it will sound better!
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mufflers and diesel trucks just dont fit
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everyone keeps sayin that they dont go together but then why would the factory put a muffler on it.
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my vote is for just straight pipe it

i had glass packs on my 67 fastback back in the days... sounded great on a gasser


-Raul
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To keep it quieter, but it definitely sounds better straightpiped
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Old 10-26-2008, 05:35 PM
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whats gonna be louder a strait through muffler (cherry bomb) or strait pipe?

also what has a deeper sound on the 4inch turbo exaust?

Also i kno this one is off topic but if i take the resonator (i think thats wat its called) off will that make it louder also
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everyone keeps sayin that they dont go together but then why would the factory put a muffler on it.
the factory has to put a muffer on it , they wouldnt sell one straight piped
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