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post #1 of 53 (permalink) Old 10-06-2012, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
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im about 90% certain im going with the home made cherry bomb insert mufflers this winter. do you guys that run this set-up have a filter? flash?, iac valve? and is the popping or back firing a problem?

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I made a set with the thrush mufflers. With the stage 1 download the popping is not to bad. I think my next move will be a lloydz air filter and fuel controller. That may just about stop it al together. The thrush mufflers has a 2 1/4 in and out. On the out side I took the exhaust pipe to a 2 inch and "slash cut" them so my stock tips fit over them nice.
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If you want to stop the popping buy Lloydz IAV

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Maybe in the spring I will take it to their shop and have lloydz fix it up. I see they will be offering a super charger maybe soon. Kind of interesting.
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djwasy does this setup produce the same sound as the Atom Bombs as they are thrush also. Right now I have mine drilled out 1 1/8 but my bud has the bombs and that is the sound I am looking for. Thanks Steve

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It's hard for me to compare the sound of the thrush to the atom bombs,as the only place i heard the atoms bombs was on you tube. The thrush sound is more than the stage 1 definatly,but not over bearing. They do have a nice rumble to them. I thought they would be a lot louder being it is straight thru muffler with no baffles,but I like them. I found them new on Amazon on sale. Got both for $45.00.
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djwasy does this setup produce the same sound as the Atom Bombs as they are thrush also. Right now I have mine drilled out 1 1/8 but my bud has the bombs and that is the sound I am looking for. Thanks Steve
What part of Pa. are you from? I am about a hour north east of Pittsburgh.
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It's hard for me to compare the sound of the thrush to the atom bombs,as the only place i heard the atoms bombs was on you tube. The thrush sound is more than the stage 1 definatly,but not over bearing. They do have a nice rumble to them. I thought they would be a lot louder being it is straight thru muffler with no baffles,but I like them. I found them new on Amazon on sale. Got both for $45.00.
are you running just the mufflers or a high flow filter too ?

now , 2011 crossroads and 05 sportster bobber in the making
in order of ownership, sears compact scooter, honda 305 scrambler, honda 160 dream , triumph 500 trophy trail, honda cb450, sportster, honda f750, 2nd sportster, harley flh, harley super glide, 3rd sportster, bmw k1000, harley low rider, 2nd harley super glide, harley heratage, harley road king, bmw r1150rt,
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Stage 1 download-victory high flow filter-pulled the strip around the filter. Hey- have you been watching the cobra fi2000 thread? I don't even have to watch days of our lives anymore. It's a regular soap opera over there.
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Stage 1 download-victory high flow filter-pulled the strip around the filter. Hey- have you been watching the cobra fi2000 thread? I don't even have to watch days of our lives anymore. It's a regular soap opera over there.
yeah i tune in every day about 6 times just to read that thread!

now , 2011 crossroads and 05 sportster bobber in the making
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