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Old 05-23-2014, 10:27 AM   #1
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After I install my lethal off road h pipe tomorrow will I be able to shoot flames? What actually plays apart in shooting flames. Side note I'm also running bbk ceramic shortys and roush abs
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Flames from exhaust is caused by fuel being burnt inside the exhaust pipes thus creating the flame. Most likely you will not make any flames but I have heard it happening before. Maybe if the car was running rich and have extra fuel to burn.
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There is a guy on Instagram and he shoots flames.

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If your car is running super rich it'll sometimes ignite and cause a flame.

Take a lesson from Voodoo Larry, and Use the old spark plug trick from the 70's.
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From his name it looks like he has a 5.0 so that probably helps his cause
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I have shot flames upon wot Shifts on a bama tune. Dyno tune eliminated the occasionally flame.
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Like I said it is possible, but with the ops mods and car most likely not
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Like I said it is possible, but with the ops mods and car most likely not
Oh, I wasn't debating your statement. Just replying in general. OP shouldn't want to shoot flames
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lol. This post.

Just wondering though, have you heard what your car will sound like with roush and o/r mid pipe?
I really hope you have, and have bought resonators at the very least.
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lol. This post.

Just wondering though, have you heard what your car will sound like with roush and o/r mid pipe?
I really hope you have, and have bought resonators at the very least.

I've heard video or 2 with close set up and actually I'm lookin to get even louder than that.
Do you have any video of yours without cats or resonators?
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youre nuts.

But i respect your preference. I just really hope you have tolerant neighbors. I ended up finally taking off my roush yesterday and replaced them with pype bombs after getting complaints from people- no regrets; better choice.
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My neighbors will deal...hopefully!
But you have any videos for me man?
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My neighbors will deal...hopefully!
But you have any videos for me man? Really wanting to hear your set up with roush ab
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Sure thing man. The one i have posted below was my current set up until yesterday. I had bbk shorty headers, lethal h pipe (o/r) with mini flowmaster high flow cats, and roush axlebacks.
First one is my friends gopro of my car on the dyno.
Second one is off my you tube page, showing more of down low below 3k rpm. It sounded good up until then, and then got all super raspy. But thats our v6 for you. Ill post pype axlebacks instead sometime tonight. More to follow.


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Quick question what were your dump numbers and what mods were you running at the time
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Jeeze, my setup must be louder than I thought it was. Hearing these, they're so quiet in comparison.

Back on topic though, why would you want to spit fire out your tailpipes? lol As a previous poster said that's usually a sign of running too rich.
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Sure thing man. The one i have posted below was my current set up until yesterday. I had bbk shorty headers, lethal h pipe (o/r) with mini flowmaster high flow cats, and roush axlebacks.
First one is my friends gopro of my car on the dyno.
Second one is off my you tube page, showing more of down low below 3k rpm. It sounded good up until then, and then got all super raspy. But thats our v6 for you. Ill post pype axlebacks instead sometime tonight. More to follow.




Quick question. Did you weld your h pipe together? And any instal help I'm installing tomorrow
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So, numbers with cai, tune, and h pipe with resonators and mini cats welded in: 273hp/260 tq ***However, due to governor, i couldn't get a run in 4th/5th, so dyno'd in third. =(
(total waste of cash. i thought i specified to bama to take it off.. but looking back...i didn't).
I will be dynoing again once new tires and driveshaft come in.

Next question, no i didn't weld it all together, and truthfully don't until you are sure it is the exact sound/setup you want. Only have welded resonators/ high-flow cats, but not the whole system. Especially if you plan to turbo it in the future.

As for tips, take your time and do it right. Some people are very mechanically inclined and can do things that take most people 4 hours, in a matter of several minutes. However, doing it right the first time will save yourself headaches like bad exhaust leaks, throwing codes, etc.
Remember to re torque your bolts after about 100 miles, and again at 500 if needed. Expansion and contraction can occur with heat or lack thereof.
Headers are a breeze on the drivers side, passengers side is VERY annoying, but not as bad as installing long tubes on the 5.0. (I guess having a smaller engine is good for something!)
After that, just make sure the ball and socket are well connected on the h pipe to avoid leaks.
Roush exhausts are super simple to place on, and if need be you can take the stock ones off via the black hanger attached to the frame of the car (3 bolts on driver's side, 2 on the passenger's). Make sure to align your tips with a buddy to save time, and remember you can adjust them by loosening where your h pipe and cat back system meet to save time and headaches.

If you need anymore help let me know dude, or just bump on this thread and im sure someone will chime in.

Lastly if you want flames spitting out your car, stay catless and go nitrous. A proper setup isnt cheap, but better than running hella rich. I got a link for that if you chose to go that route in the future. You can look at a kit they offer, but remember there are other things you should consider with running that route.
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If you just want flames, I remember seeing about cars using propane to do it. It won't be the right way, but if you just want flames, it works. Make sure you are careful and do it right, though, whatever I saw was making fun and they let the car catch on fire lol. Not sure if it was Top Gear or what.

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Let's just put it this way I have. A 93 lx 5.0 with a vortec supercharger full bolt ons running 552 to the rear wheels and it barley spits flames and it's only full throttle flames
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[QUOTE=Georgie;2016933]So, numbers with cai, tune, and h pipe with resonators and mini cats welded in: 273hp/260 tq ***However, due to governor, i couldn't get a run in 4th/5th, so dyno'd in third. =(
(total waste of cash. i thought i specified to bama to take it off.. but looking back...i didn't).
I will be dynoing again once new tires and driveshaft come in.

Next question, no i didn't weld it all together, and truthfully don't until you are sure it is the exact sound/setup you want. Only have welded resonators/ high-flow cats, but not the whole system. Especially if you plan to turbo it in the future.

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Headers are a breeze on the drivers side, passengers side is VERY annoying, but not as bad as installing long tubes on the 5.0. (I guess having a smaller engine is good for something!)
After that, just make sure the ball and socket are well connected on the h pipe to avoid leaks.
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Georgie. Did you get a video of the exhaust with te other abs than the roush.
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Oh yea, i almost forgot. Sorry its been a real busy weekend.
Here we go.
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