I would say NO. I had cherry bomb exhaust on my GMC Sierra installed by a professional exhaust technician who recommended the cherry bomb.
book time depends on year make and model... couple of fords require a 1/2 to 1" engine lift to get the manifold off, meaning u need a cherry picker and remove mounting bolts before even getting to manifold
Sounds like a plugged catalytic converter. Or muffler resonator assembly. Either way, your exhaust is not getting out of your tailpipe at the rate it was designed to flow. You will ruin your exhaust valves driving it this way. Very expensive to repair, better get this fixed.
Could be timing, or more likely a blockage in the exhaust like a non functioning catalytic converter.
Could be a few things. are both sides getting red or just one? If both sides are check exhaust for restrictions and your timing if one side check the valves for some staying open on power stroke letting combustion leak out the manifold. Might be a cracked head maybe???
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A "Cherry Bomb" muffler will increase the engine exhaust noise from stock A cherry bomb fire cracker will do a similar thing but for a very brief period of time
Are the best exhaust ever, yes. .... flowmaster pipes, glass pack or cherry bombs and no cat converter..... or no exhaust at all... less torque but more HP
with a Yoshimura Cherry bomb, yoshimura rs-5 exhaust
Cut off your mufflers or get cherry bombs they are sold at walmart.
No, a cherry bomb is a type of muffler that reduces exhaust noise, while the catalytic converter's purpose is to reduce harmful emissions
The yoshimura RS-5 is the best with the cherry bomb for the ltr 450
disconnect battery, fuel lines, and harness from upper engine. disconnect the exhaust flange nuts to remove exuast pipe from manifold remove any and all brackets attached to head that will prevent it from coming apart from the engine. remove valve cover and remove rocker arms and push rods. remove head bolts and separate from engine. The head is heavy especially with the intake and exhaust manifold bolted to it. I would recommend bolting a chain to the front and back of head and use a cherry picker to get it out or if u dont a cherry picker have someone help you cause it is pretty heavy.
Excessive heat, but what would cause that I don't know.
It is glowing red because it is plugged up and the metal is getting hot. It is a serious fire hazard, don't drive the vehicle until you have it replaced.
Any type of glasspacks from cherry bomb or thrush ar Flowmaster Super 10 series
The back of the turbo, is the turbine. It has the hot exhaust gases flowing thru it. The exhaust gases are 1000+ degrees f. and cause the steel to glow red/yellow when under load.
Dawn dishwashing shop or brake clean, cherry bomb soap is also a great product
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Likely a defective catalytic converter. Remove cat and check for melted internals and/or restricted flow.
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