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Not very.......if you left it in a flame long enough, it would eventually melt down to next to nothing, but I've never seen any burst into flames with minimal contact with an open heat source or flame.
:yesnod: Fiberglass is nasty stuff when burining. They told us at the academy, if I remember correctly one of the products of burining fiberglass is hydrogen cyanide. I do remember them mentioning Corvettes and boats specifically.
But...that would look really cool coming out of sidepipes!!! :cool:
that would look cool out the sidepipes at night..i can see it now..sitting at the lights..just past midnight..up pulls a riced out honda..he looks over and smiles..i flick the switch,rev it up, and flames shoot out the pipes melting the ground effects,spoiler and all the stickers on the side of the car.... :cool:
I think I found the solution to those high school a-holes in the parking lot! :yesnod:
Everyone tries to cut each other off so they can get out of the lot that much faster, including sideswipping, bumping bumpers, and otherwise wedging their POS in so no one can move. Just think how much fun it would be with sidepipes! :crazy: Or do like some of the guys here with side pipes AND regular exhaust, then I'll have 3 sides covered. Try to sideswipe me now, mf-er! :reddevil
We used to make cars and pickups shoot flames like that. Amazing what a spark plug, manual choke, and a piece of wire can do. :D I wouldn't recommend it though. Pretty easy to make mufflers into shrapnell. (sp.?)