Cherrybomb Glasspacks

Asked by Sep 09, 2008 at 12:26 AM

Question type: Car Customization

Are Cherrybomb Glasspacks good or bad for performance? How do they sound inside the car at highway speed?

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They are usually a positive change from a stock muffler, especially if you put them in backwards. It depends on where you put the ends of the exhaust.

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