Autoloc Flame Thrower Is Scary

Posted: May 23 2008, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:19am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
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You know it might sound cool to have flames fly out of the exhaust pipe of your car; it is more than a little dangerous. Autoloc says that its car flame thrower kit that shoots flames from the exhaust pipe is for off road use only, but still I’d not want to be around a car with this thing onboard.

Kits are available for single or dual exhaust applications and includes the main control box that can control 2 spark plugs, activation button, wire loom, and wiring diagram. The kit lacks the two coils and sparkplugs needed for operation.

The kits are also designed for carbureted vehicles, but can be used on fuel injected vehicles with modifications and more parts. The activation switch has a safety cover to keep you from accidentally burning your house down—maybe. If flames are too much for you can opt for a Bond-like smoke screen kit.

Via Autoloc

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