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remove both O2 sensors,remove your resonator and catalytic convertor and don't change your oil every 3 months.and a turbo.
and i don't even know why are you trying mock a damn game!this is real life, whats next?you going to run away from the police with a helicopter on you and avoid them just like need for speed most wanted.
Contrary to what has been posted, my S will do under full throttle in between gears. It does no damage totheengine since it is taking place after it leaves the engine. Now as to whether it is bad for the exhaust system, well that I can not atest to.
As also already stated, you need to have no cats installed and boost definitely helps. My O2 sensors are moved out of the direct exhaust flow so as to limit their exposure to the spent (and unspent)exhaust.
I did not set out to make this happen, it just did as an after-effect of boost and no cats.
2008 EX-L 4 cyl.
"Whatever you do, wherever you go, enjoy the drive."
there are exhaust flame thrower kits you can install in 10-30 minutes. basically you either use a tap into your existing gas tank or use another with a pump, or interrupt your ignition timing (not really suggested) and throw a sparkplug near your exhaust tip... it sounds over simplified, but it's really not a difficult set-up at all...
they also will not damage your exhaust (if done right); aside from any suit build-up from the flames themselves... all in all not a difficult job and can be done cheaply in most accounts...
i've helped install 4 of these, and all 4 are still running at least 5 years later (1 is 7 years old, still working great on the same hardware minus the coil).
they look cool, but with the cost of gas today, and the possibility of torching your bumper - i wouldn't do it... if you had a classic car with a short bumper and long tip - then you could get away with it... or a motor cycle, those look cool with them too.
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