AutoLoc Single Exhaust Flame Thrower
These cool little jewels allow you to rev up your engine, push a button and shoot flames up to 20 feet out your tail pipe. Obviously these are for offroad use only and is not legal for use on the street.
Flame Thrower includes the control box, button, wire harness and wiring diagram. It does not include the coil, spark plug or weld bung; order one Installation Kit per tailpipe.
Welding on your tailpipe required. Not for use on catalytic converter equipped vehicles. 12 volt.
- Shoots up to 20' flames
- Works on single exhaust systems
- Detailed Instructions
- Toll Free Tech Support
- Made in the USA
NOT APPROVED FOR STREET USE
- This product is discontinued.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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