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Old 08-17-2009, 03:53 PM   #1
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anyone ever had experiance with glasspacks on their f150? I dont want a cherry bomb. I would like any other brand. I just want to know if it sounds low and smooth or like a gay pocket rocket.
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Cherry Bombs/Glasspacks are all pretty much the same, and are not going to be too low and smoth!
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Old 08-19-2009, 01:39 PM   #3
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glasspacks are asspacks
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Old 08-19-2009, 01:43 PM   #4
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your gonna have a lot of popping noise instead of a smooth sound.
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if you dont want to sound like a **** *** 4 cylinder get a flowmaster super 44. or anything, ANYTHING other than a glasspack.
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Well i've gotta a Imco brand glasspack and love the way it sounds. I went with this because i wanted something different and i wanted to keep the stock look. Everybody around where i live have duals and they all seem to get flow masters so everyone sounds the same. I have been told by alot of people that when i get on it it sounds like the new mustang gt and no there is not any popping noise at all.
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i like the sound of a glasspack! i think flowmasters sound like a tin can. its all about how your exhaust is ran. dont get me wrong i have herd some sh*tty sounding glasspacks but i have also heard some sh*tty sounding flowmasters-( and other tin can mufflers)to.if you want a good sounding glasspack exhaust thats doesnt have alot of rap. go for duals with the longest glasspack you can find (24'' sound great) and join the pipes with a H or a X pipe.
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