Stinger Smoke Products
Stinger Smoke Machines are made with care and pride in the USA - designed by aircraft mechanics to perform as well or better than the 'big names' at a fraction of the cost. The Pro 2 costs pennies to use, and will quickly become your go-to tool for fast diagnosis of difficult mechanical troubles in any vehicle. Try the Stinger Stinger Pro 2 Smoke Machine and see for yourself... you won't be disappointed! You could spend hundreds more, but you won't get a better smoke machine!
Stinger 2 Pro Smoke Machine System
Stinger Pro 2 is a complete automotive smoke leak testing system, with EVAP port adapter, Schrader Valve removal tool, two smoke tips, hose plug, and 1/4" quick-connect air fitting - all for $144.95, with FREE shipping anywhere in the USA. Non-USA residents, please WRITE US for instructions BEFORE ordering
Stinger 2 Pro Smoke Machine
Stinger Pro 2 is a professional smoke machine system, sporting an intake ball valve allowing exact tailoring of the smoke output, a 1-psi pressure regulator (safe pressure for evap testing), and a sturdy, convenient handle for hanging the machine off the hood while smoke testing in the engine compartment. The Stinger Smoke Pro 2 smoke machine also has great features like an extra-long 12 foot heavy-duty fused power cable to reach any part of the vehicle which needs smoke testing.
Sold Out until late July... sorry :(
"Works better than $2500 Snap-on tester! Brilliant product!"(Andy V, Dallas Tx)
"This machine is AMAZING! Lots of thick, visible smoke in 1 minute. Thanks guys!!!(Jim M, Sarasota Fl)
Pro 2 Included Accessories:
Evap Test Adapter, Schrader Tool, 2 Smoke Tips & Hose Plug - All included in a variety of colors
EVAP Adapter in Service
Simply thread the included EVAP smoke test adapter on to your test port after removing the Schrader valve (reverse thread) with the included tool, and attach your Stinger Smoke Machine hose
Pressure Regulator & Smoke Control Valve
On-Board Pressure Regulator reduces your compressor input pressure to 1 PSI smoke output, safe for all automotive systems. Smoke Control Valve allows you precise control over the smoke output. Also shown is the backup pressure safety valve.
12 Foot Power Cable
Heavy-Duty Fused Cable with durable high-quality Battery Clips
Power Terminal Connections are Steel, and pass through the sidewall with Oil-Resistant Nitrile Firewall Grommets
Stinger Pro2 Smoke Output
Stinger 2 Smoke Machine with the Smoke Control Valve nearly at full-open position - this infinitely variable flow control valve allows you to make precise, instant smoke control adjustments
Small Compressor? No Problem
Works very well with small compressors too - just adjust the Flow Control Valve until your small compressor can keep up with the smoke output.
Compact, Durable, Attractive, Incredibly Effective, Affordable!
Stinger Pro 2 Smoke Machine is the most affordable professional automotive smoke testing system on the market. The Pro 2 puts out thicker smoke than any of the competing machines we have seen.
Buy A Stinger Pro 2 EVAP Smoke Machine System today, and you'll have it at your doorstep in a few days
Sold Out until late July... sorry :(
"Worked Great Found Vac Leak like a champ (Kurt S, Calverton NY)
"Fantastic - lightning fast shipping, and very fair prices!!!!" (Charles M, Palm Desert Ca)
"My mechanic liked it so much I gave to him & ordered another (Paul S, Carrollton OH)
"Great product. Wonderful customer service (Autoplex Of *** Maryland Hts MO)
**EVAP Testing: ALL smoke machine brands recommend using inert Nitrogen, Argon, or CO2 gas for EVAP System testing. Why? Using regular shop air will push oxygen into the fuel system and fuel tank, creating an oxygen-rich fume environment where sparking of components like fuel pumps or solenoids could ignite these oxygenated fumes. Using Nitrogen, Argon, or CO2 to push the smoke won't oxygenate your fuel system. EVAP system smoke testing also pushes fuel fumes out of all possible exit points in the fuel system (gas cap area, vent solenoids, leaky lines, etc), into the surrounding air where they could be ignited. Even when using Nitrogen, Argon, or CO2, STILL be aware of all fuel vapor exit points, and eliminate all possible ignition sources. How do I hook up to inert gas? Simply use a standard gas cylinder welding hose fitted properly with a 1/4" quick-connect coupling and attach to a regulated Nitrogen, Argon, or CO2 gas cylinder with the outgoing cylinder pressure regulated to 60psi or less. Disconnect vehicle battery before testing. Use the vehicle's EVAP test port to perform EVAP smoke tests. Never test at the fuel filler neck/cap.