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exhaust flamethrower? #59792 Nov 11, 6:46pm Nov 11, 6:46pm
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exhaust flamethrower?
ehe...i was wondering if anyone tried adding flames to there exhaust =P and what do you have to run down to your exhaust? fuel line and what? a spark plug???

Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59793 Nov 11, 6:53pm Nov 11, 6:53pm
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or have i been watching too much of FF & 2F2F???

Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59794 Nov 11, 6:55pm Nov 11, 6:55pm
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Originally Posted by DraXxus
or have i been watching too much of FF & 2F2F???


Yes you have, but here ya go http://www.gotflames.net/


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Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59795 Nov 11, 6:58pm Nov 11, 6:58pm
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theres no fuel line involved, Click here for more details and ordering


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Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59796 Nov 11, 7:09pm Nov 11, 7:09pm
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flames out of a 4banger... rice rofl


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Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59797 Nov 11, 7:13pm Nov 11, 7:13pm
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if you do end up getting one, i suggest a metal plate surrounding yuor exhaust because yor bumper will MELT so quickly, ive seen it, my buddy put one on his teggie type R and his white bumper turned black and metled it... not fun he was pissed because there was no warning on it angry

but i think its common sense, an open flane shooting out your exhausr is gunna melt the bumper automatically grin


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Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59798 Nov 11, 7:22pm Nov 11, 7:22pm
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400 bux for 20 flames...hmm...i think ill just pull a fuel line to my exhaust with force feed instead...hell, same resaults...no?

Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59799 Nov 11, 7:25pm Nov 11, 7:25pm
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anyone care to explain to me how the "kit works" thanks...

Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59800 Nov 12, 1:51am Nov 12, 1:51am
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they ignite the unburnt fuel that is in the exhaust gasses, not all the fuel burns up in the cylinder. in your typical "Cherry bomb" setup, a spark from a coil or plug ignites the exhaust.

Some turboed cars shoot flames because of their rev limiter, when they shift or let off the gas quickly, the unburnt fuel in the exhaust is ignited by high turbine and manifold temps.

I plan on putting a pair of those on my Desoto street rod when it's done.

Don't let a cop see them, they aren't street legal (except on old hot rods, at one point, they were still legal, and grandfather clause applies)



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Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59801 Nov 12, 2:05am Nov 12, 2:05am
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there is actually a useful one for turboed cars, a mis-firing system. its a solution to turbo lag, however, its bad for ur engine as well as the turbo.

Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59802 Nov 12, 2:16am Nov 12, 2:16am
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Re: exhaust flamethrower? [Re: DraXxus] #59803 Nov 12, 4:57am Nov 12, 4:57am
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i'd have to pass as well...could bear the idea of melting my reaR bar...

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