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Anyone know if you can put a flame kit on a 1996 Sedan Deville? I know for most kits your car can't have a cat. converter but is there another way to do it on a newer Caddy?

Any websites or advice would be appreciated.
 

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hmm i dont think it would be effective with fuel injection..the way i know how to do it is to shut of the cars ignition, pump the gas and light the rear plugs. all of that really fast and turn the ignition back on so the car wont stall.that way ur baiscly pushing raw fuel through the pipes and when the get to the tips and lights it will be fire fire fire..but yea id say no for that new of a car also if u do it ur going to need to change the oil often cause its going to get alot of gas in it
 

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Originally posted by BLVDCRUISER@Aug 31 2005, 03:52 PM~3727467
hmm i dont think it would be effective with fuel injection..
:cool: that's true... fuel injection and flame throwers don't work to well... it can be done with the gasoline type flame thrower systems....
 

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Originally posted by drug_lord@Sep 1 2005, 01:56 PM~3733301
would a flame kit work on a 91 caprice with a 350 small block Chevy engine?

the basic kits no, not with fuel injection or cats... gas injected flame throwers, yes...
 
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