Originally designed for Hotrods and Muscle Cars of the 1960's and 70's, Cherry Bomb® mufflers have maintained a loyal enthusiast following since their initial launch in 1968. The product line includes a wide selection of glasspack, performance and turbo mufflers, all developed specifically to enhance the sound and performance of both vintage and contemporary muscle cars and light trucks.
Hey there, Sam again. You know, the overwhelming number of questions we field here are from do-it-yourselfers who enjoy working on their own vehicles, and who may have little or no experience with exhaust projects. Over the years, we have honed our skills through blood, sweat, and tears and we would like to share our … Read More
In True Cherry Bomb® Style, It Disturbs the Peace Everywhere It Goes. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: Engine Fuel System Transmission Rear Axle Rear Suspension Brakes Interior Body Entertainment System Paint/Coatings Cooling System Front Suspension Wheels/Tires HVAC LSX based Engine with 8-71; BDS blower 427-830 HP BDS intercooler system Aftermarket Fuel injection and coil pack controllers Custom accessory … Read More
Hey, you can do all kinds of things with sound. You can make it louder (harsher) or quieter (softer). Sound can also be quite complicated in and around your vehicle. Some sources of vehicle sound (noise) that some people never really considered are the clatter of mechanical parts (piston slap and lifter clatter on tired … Read More
Science and technology has done some wondrous things to vehicle paint jobs in just a few years. GM cars used to be painted in with solvent-based lacquers. Lacquers were hard, durable paint coatings but, required a lot of rubbing and polishing in order to get a decent shine. Early postwar Fords and other makes made … Read More