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Cherry bomb glass pack exhaust is freakin sweet!

this is the exhaust im putting in, some guy came in today at the buisness i work at and hammered his tundra with this it sounds sweet i asked him what it was so heres a video for your enjoyment



uhhh i dont know if theres a tool so heres the link

YouTube - Tundra dual exhaust with single glasspack
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Sounds great really love the sound.
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yeah, is that considered a throaty sound?
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thats gotta sound crazy loud
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yeah its really really nice
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Where exactly does a glass pack sit?? Does it replace the muffler? Sit behind or before the muffler?
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They replace the muffler.

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w2p is right it replaces it
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thats gotta sound crazy loud
Think it's loud now... just wait till the fiber-glass gets blown out of it!

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haha runithard is right lol. They're packed with fiberglass materials/threads that get blown out over time. It'll sound pretty bad after a while!

I'll have to listen to the clip a bit later on when I'm not at the library.

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yeah, is that considered a throaty sound?
I had Cherry Bombs back on my 73 Charger. Are they still red and still looks like a cynlinder. Back in those days it was either that or Thrush.
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I thought these had a straight through type design. The Fiberglass held between a perferated tube and an exterior shell. Isnt that how these are constructed?

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heres a picture of the glass pack
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Yep those are it. Only difference instead of straight in and out they were angled at both sides.
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yeah im picking mine up tomorrow, ive never really worked on a truck, how hard is it to take the muffler out and replace it with this
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