What is a car flame kit?

What is a car flame kit?

A: The flamer kit will work on any car but it relies on the amount of un-burnt fuel in the exhaust system to ignite and produce a flame. It ignites the un-burnt fuel in your exhaust system.

How does a car flame kit work?

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.

Is it legal for a car to shoot flames?

While it may sound like a great idea to have flames pouring out your exhaust pipe Fast & Furious style, it’s pretty illegal in most states with many states adopting California Code 27153 as their own mandate.

Are flame thrower kits bad for your car?

A: No. Installing the kit on your car and shooting flames will not damage your motor. For over 10 years we have been in the flamethrower business and have never had a customer experience any damage to an engine, paint job, or anything else attached to the ride from using our flamethrower kit.

Is backfire bad for car?

Backfires and afterfires are worth paying attention to since they can cause engine damage, power loss, and decreased fuel efficiency. There’s a variety of factors that can cause your car to backfire, but the most common ones are having a poor air to fuel ratio, a misfiring spark plug, or good old-fashioned bad timing.

Can a car shoot flames with a catalytic converter?

YES. The gasoline burned by the car, the hydrocarbons produced by the engine, and the catalytic converter are not involved in generating the flames that exit the exhaust pipes of a flame car, other than that the exhaust from the engine produces the pressurized air flow that makes the effect so dramatic.

Can my car shoot flames with cats?

Can you still shoot flames with high flow cats? But yes, if you want to shoot flames your best bet is catless with a straight through muffler design. After fires are potential “flames” and anything in their path before they escape the exhaust will hinder their visibility.

Why do high performance cars backfire?

In some high-performance vehicles, when a driver shifts up and lets off the accelerator, the engine has a moment of running rich. This causes an incomplete burn which causes the fumes to explode in the exhaust system along with an audible pop or bang sound.

Why is my car backfiring when I accelerate?

If your engine is getting more fuel than it needs, a rich fuel to air ratio is the result. When your car has leftover fuel in the exhaust and the cylinders, that fuel explosively burns and creates a loud popping sound. Specifically, here we mean delayed timing, which causes the backfire.