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Old 01-10-2005, 05:31 PM
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Insurance and flames

Hello to all,
First I'd like to advertise I have insurance on my rig. She's good to drive, and we found out my dad drives more than he says. About 100 miles a day, which is why we thought we were getting 10 MPG. Second, I see 2 things I like.
1: Black stripes on cars from exhaust. Will 2 stroke do this? Maybe chip it? I really want the rice burners to get burnt.
2: Flames out the exhaust. Is there any way to install this? Is it legal? What happens if I burn out a rice burners headlight?
Thanks for the help, and remember
JULY 7th to JULY 10th. Moncton. Be there, or we'll scrap your truck
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Flames. They inject propane into the tail pipe about 10" from the end and use a spark plug about 5" from the end to ignite it. Its riged up so you can control it all from the dash. I wouldn't think it would be legal to use on the road.
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Look pretty damn cool though. Especially on cold mornings, when the flame would be red because it would be so cool. And at night. Though I wouldn't be able to do the exhaust thing...
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