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I want to have flames and backfire with my exhaust pipe..

I have a mondial 70cc motorcycle.. I want to have backfire/flames through my exhaust pipe... So, i need some help coz 1 of my friends who ride the same bike has fixed one on his bike.. dats seems really cool.. when he accelerates or change gear,it makes a loud boom (explosion) and flames come out through his exhaust pipe.. all i know is that i can hoot an another spark plug in my exhaust pipe,and using a relay i take electricity from my battery and put a switch attach to it.. so as i press the switch the spark plug ignites on the exhaust,and as the fuel burns it makes an explosion.. i really want to have an idea about fixing the relay and spark plug.. if i could have a clear handwritten picture..it would really be nice.. thanks in advance friends..
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Hello,
Blimey you really are on the Ball with this request. Do you realise that continuous and repeated deliberate miss firing can and will possibly damage your engine and blow the exhaust system apart?
Why go to all that trouble? When I used to do it I just shut the kill switch off whilst de-cellerating open the throttle a little the turn it back on (Bang/Flames) doesn't do it every time but with practice you can get it most times and the longer you shut off the louder the bang.
This was for OFF ROAD trials only!!!
I DO NOT ACCEPT ANY RESPONSIBLITY FOR THIS REQUEST AT YOUR OWN RISK YOU DO IT!
The reason I have given you the tip above is because it looks a seriously dangerous area you are going into with spark plugs and seperate batteries.
I personally would leave well alone.
Paul 'W' U.K.
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