Flame Throwing Liberty Walk 458 Italia & Lamborghini Aventador

In a parking structure in downtown Boston, a Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 Italia and a Lamborghini Aventador let loose with some very impressive flame-spitting action. The Liberty Walk 458 Italia unwisely chose to spit flames directly into the front nose of another exotic supercar before the owner was able to pull the vehicle back to a safe distance. The Lamborghini Aventador wisely chose to demonstrate its power into the wall of the concrete parking structure-smart move.

In a parking structure in downtown Boston, a Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 Italia and a Lamborghini Aventador let loose with some very impressive flame-spitting action. The Liberty Walk 458 Italia unwisely chose to spit flames directly into the front nose of another exotic supercar before the owner was able to pull the vehicle back to a safe distance. The Lamborghini Aventador wisely chose to demonstrate its power into the wall of the concrete parking structure-smart move.

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Liberty Walk is a tuning house out of Japan that has earned a reputation for providing widebody kits that display very aggressive styling. All Liberty Walk body kits use rivets to attach the pieces over the wheels creating a look that is reminiscent of a World War II fighter plane. The nose of the Ferrari 458 has been sharpened and simplified to help provide a more aggressive look and improve downforce. Aerodynamics was improved even more with the addition of a very large splitter that shoves air to the sides of the car. The rear of the Liberty Walk 458 Italia includes an extra-large rear diffuser that adds to the race-inspired aggression of the car.

Those that are wondering how these cars are able to spit flames should know this is a practice that is very harmful to all of the components under the hood. Unless your exotic has been outfitted with top-grade aftermarket components, it is recommended that you refrain from trying to spit flames. The process is achieved by sending the RPMs way above safe requirements that force the computer to disable the spark plugs momentarily shutting down the combustion. This creates and abundance of fuel that becomes suspended in the exhaust until it reaches fresh air at the end of the tailpipes creating an instant explosion.

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