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Flamethrower on EFI?

does anyone know how to make a flamthrower on a fuel injected engine, but without cooking ur cats? i've heard theories, but i dont want to explode myself testing them out. does anyone here have a flamethrower kit on there ranger or could give me instrutions?
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Its very simple actually. They make a kit and you install a spark plug in the end of your tailpipe, then run a fuel line with a small fuel pump to get some gas down there, then boom, flames. :)
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yup thats it...
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I've seen kits that use a small bottle of propane to feed the fire.
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anyone know where i can find the kit with the tiny fuel pump?
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