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Flamethrowing scooter fries tailgaters

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2010

These idiots who love to tailgate are so annoying. If only there was a way to back them up. Over in England, Colin Fruze has found a way to keep drivers at bay. The solution was simple and elegant. A flamethrower built into the tail of his scooter.

Anyone who dares to drive too close is flame broiled. At first, the flamethrower was installed on his BMX bike, but now it’s activated with the simple touch of a button on his scooter. The flames shoot out 12 feet behind the vehicle.

Guy makes X-Men DIY Flamethrower

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on August 7th, 2008


Obviously inspired by the flame throwing prowess of Pyro in the X-men, Everett Bradford designed a system that mounts on his wrist and propels fire when he moves his hand back. The flame is ignited through a fuel can at his waist.

It looks pretty awesome too and I bet he could impress Rogue and Storm enough to score, but it is potentially fatal should he spring a leak. You can tell that he is feeling the intense heat on his hand and cant run it too long. The combustion mechanism is complex and he has a second video for a detailed explanation, but I wouldn’t try this at home. Creating fake mutant powers could prove very dangerous. Cool, but dangerous.

Turn your car exhaust into a flamethrower

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on May 22nd, 2008

Turn your car exhaust into a flamethrower
We all want to get some attention when driving in our vehicles. You know it’s true and I know it’s true. That’s what flashy sports cars and hot-rods are all about. Well, here is an upgrade that will definitely get you some attention the next time you’re sitting at a red light.

Now, no one should think for a minute that shooting 20-foot flames from the back of your car is street legal. I’m pretty sure they frown on that sort of thing. Just install the Autoloc Flame Thrower to your exhaust, press the button on the remote and flame away. The site says these are for off-road use only, not that you care what some pencil pusher says. Kits start at $125 for a single exhaust system.