Very popular in the 1960s and early 1970s on muscle cars, Cherry Bomb glasspack mufflers have made a comeback in recent years and are again disturbing the peace.
In the development of high performance mufflers there is one name that stands apart – the Cherry Bomb© Glasspack, first introduced in 1968 by the Maremont Corporation. This bright red, 2′ core, long straight pipe muffler with a baffled channel lined in fiberglass, produced an unmistakable, one-of-a-kind throaty sound with less backpressure for a noticeable improvement in performance.
It’s timely introduction occurred during 1968 – 1971, the beginning of one of the most exciting times in the development of hot rods. Relatively inexpensive to own, these cars were easy to modify and packed with power. The Cherry Bomb Glasspack became a standard bolt-on as it embodied in sound, the horsepower under the hood.
Have a race car, being forced to reduce the exhaust noise by racing regulations? If so, Cherry Bomb can help you reduce your noise level and maybe even gain a few free horsepower in the process.
Like the sound of a deep throaty exhaust system on a v8? Want the same sound for your ride? Try Cherry Bomb on for a change. They manufacture several different style of exhaust systems and universal mufflers which reduce back pressure, increase horse power and torque and increase MPG.
Looking for a new exhaust system, but confused about all of the different brands and types of exhaust systems? Check out the offerings from Cherry Bomb. They manufacture several different style of exhaust systems and universal mufflers which reduce back pressure, increase horse power and torque and increase MPG.