Dual Exhaust Flame Thrower Kit
Shoot flames out your tailpipe up to 8 feet with just a push of a button! The flames are created using unburnt fuel produced by the control module by momentarily interrupting your vehicle’s ignition system. This introduces unburnt fuel into the exhaust, which is then ignited by the spark unit, producing a 1-8 foot flame from your exhaust.
For offroad use on vehicles without a catalytic converter. Works on 12V negative ground systems and carbureted fuel delivery systems only (not applicable to a fuel injection delivery system application). Includes box, spark plugs, switch, weld bungs, hardware, and detailed instructions with pictures.
Welding is required. Ignition coil not included.
- This kit is universal and can be used on almost any gasoline vehicle with a distributor cap or coil packs.
- 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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