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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-11-2013, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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Default Atom Bombs Vs Witch Doctors mufflers

Any feedback from owners of each?


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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-11-2013, 09:30 PM
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I had both. Started with the WD baffled mufflers. I liked them more than stock for sure. They were fairly quiet until under load, then they sounded great. I wanted more of a deep rumble at idle and slower speeds so I bought the Adam bombs. They were much louder at idle. They stay deep in all rpm ranges.

They are probably louder than I think they are. People tell me they can hear me coming and going from a long distance away.

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If you can weld check into the cherry bomb/thrush mod, same as atom bombs but cheaper.

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You can also do Thunder Monster and Magna Flo mods from us if interested. We have a few videos on youtube with the sound bytes of both.

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I bought a set of WD baffled off a member here early in the year and like them alright. I got alot of popping on up shift and down shift but after 5k miles the popping has lessened quite a bit plus I now know what rpm's to shift at to lessen the popping even more. I don't think they are all that loud but the better half says she can hear the bike well before I get to the house but not as much as my old 800 suzuki with baffles cut out of the stock pipes.

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Atom Bombs here and no complaints. It's basically a swap of the exhaust system with no welding. I like the nice rumble sound which is not over bearing. The sound lets you know your on a great motorcycle compared to the stock pipes.

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+1 on the bombs. Installed some on my XC back in October and love the sound of them.

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I have had the bombs for a couple of years now...i personally havent herd anything better..
Pretty happy with them..not very much money either..

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Definitely think I am going with the atom bombs!


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Atom Bombs sound really nice and have started too get a little deeper tone now.

One thing for sure is not one cager has come over on me since these were installed which is great since I had had several close calls with the stock exhaust.

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