|03-10-2010 08:35 AM|
i know this has nothing to do with flame throwers but i want to know hot to soop up a 351m400 it is in a 1975 ford ltd and i would like to know what i should put in it or on it.
|10-11-2006 07:31 AM|
|poncho62||Keeps the muffler and autobody industries happy though............................|
|10-11-2006 07:05 AM|
As an old-time rodder I still like to see flame throwers, but only at exhibitions,
As a retired policeman, I still agree with Doc......you get caught using them on the street and you can be in more trouble than you can even imagine
|10-11-2006 01:09 AM|
My question is why??
Unless your doing exhibitions..I see no point in scorching your paint, possible fire and explosions..as well as injury up to homicide..(and they will charge you with it..if it happens!)
About the only way you are going to do it is with a Bottle fed gas into a Self excited spark generator into a spark plug..anything else is not going to work..you won't pump fuel without fire..the injectors will shut down without reference pulse from the dizzy..the cat won't allow it OR worse Collect it...(KA~BOOM)...
Plus you can get into serious trouble with the law depending on where you live..(possession of a destructive devise..a Felony and state pen time..like having a pipe bomb..)
But it's your call..
|10-11-2006 12:46 AM|
i thought you couldn't do a flamethrower on a FI engine because of the cat?
|04-10-2002 10:13 PM|
|critter||I think that I would design an build my own, I would think that the fuel return line would be a good place to start to supply your flame thrower, but always remeber to make a plan and check it several times before you cut anything|
|04-09-2002 09:03 PM|
question about a previouse question
i read an earlier question about flame thrower kits, but i have a problem i need one that works with a fuel injected car, does anyone know where i could find one, thanks.