flame thrower kit installed...pics!

Discussion in 'SN95 V6 Mustang Tech' started by 98stangv8, Dec 16, 2003.

  1. Oh, and for those of you that couldn't get the vid to play, just use Window's media player to open the file.
  2. you cannot have cats on your car...if you do, it probably won't work...
    one of the main things you need to know is the main power wire to your distributor or your coil packs...if you know that, I don't think you will have a problem getting it to work...again, you can't have cats on your car...

    here is the video for those of you that couldn't get it to work:

    <embed TYPE="application/x-mplayer2"SRC="http://www.6to8mustang.com/mustang/fvid2.mpg"
  3. yeah, that's a great video

  4. How many psi are you runnin with your procharger?

  5. procharger? no supercharger on my car...yet...If I were to get one, would be a twin screw, or I would settle with a novi 2000....
  6. I kinda want to BBQ some weenies and marshmellows right now :flame:
  7. thats awesome. i want flames!
  8. Ha, ha, sorry, I didn't mean you, I mean 98cobraclone. :D
  9. 11 pounds.........ATI kit
  10. My kit arrived this morning :nice:. Im gonna try and do the install tomorrow since my family will be ****ed if I dont spend x-mas with them because Im installing car parts lol :)
  11. But then, doesn't the car deserve some good quality time with you for Christmas?
  12. Yeah it does... maybe I'll do it tonight :shrug:.
  13. took me and my brother about 8 hrs. to install, which included some BS time too. That didn't include time to install the booster fuel pump. I'm eventually gonna drop a 244 lph pump in the tank, but it's a pain in the A** to do.
  14. does the flames just shoot out when you rev it up? or at a certain rpm??
  15. i went to the site and from what it sounds like it wont work if you have cats????
  16. because cats are meant to burn up any unburnt fumes/fuel that should get out of the combustion chamber........ if you get rid of the cats, there will be a small portion that will pass through the pipes that is still burnable

  17. I think you are mistaken on that point. Most kits like these cut power to the ignition so fuel isn't burned in the cylinder. Instead the engine turns on momentum and pumps the raw fuel/air mixture out the exhaust pipes where it is ignited by the spark plug you welded in the tip.