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Old 05-04-2013, 10:34 PM   #1
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Color burnouts?!?!?!

So kumho tires have this tire that you can do burn outs in or drift in and the smoke is like well colors I'm getting 2 red ones for mustang week but what do you all think about them I never used em before but I won't lie red smoke for a burn out is pretty sick
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I've never heard of that but that's awesome!!!

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I've never heard of that but that's awesome!!!
Post pics when you get the chance!
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Not a fan. Classic white smoke imo looks better.
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I'd like to hear a few reviews about these tires on a daily driver. I'm sure they are a great tire for burn outs, but i would want to make sure they are a decent tire for everyday driving before purchasing those. Unless you are just going to use those for burn outs.
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Ad cost if them. I wouldn't spend $200-50 a tire to do a burnout in them once or twice. Unless I was stupid rich lol. I'm not sure what they cost though.
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Isn't there some sort of powder you can buy to make it turn a color?
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I steal little kids chalk and rub my whole tire with them and then do rainbow burnouts
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I steal little kids chalk and rub my whole tire with them and then do rainbow burnouts
I'm going to do that. Do you rub it onto the tires or into the road and then do a burnout on top?
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Oh idk I made that up lol. I'm sure you could try both. The on the ground would probably work better if it actually works.
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I was at the carlise ford nationals in like 07-08 when that cobra in the bottom pic did those burnouts when the tires first came out id have to find my folder of pics from that day. not digital
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Red car red smoke is pretty cool
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Maybe mix water, bleach and red food coloring..... I wonder what would happen
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That sounds like a disaster. Red dye might stay on paint idk though.
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The chalk works but let me tell you to need alot of it ha
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The chalk works but let me tell you to need alot of it ha
I still want to do it
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Kumho are sweet tires.

I got them for second time. Some guy wasn't slowing down behind me, it was raining.
So I went ahead , and drifted into my left lane in 4 way. To avoid a rear bump accident.

Handled sweet, didn't even lose control.
My last 2 rear actually had like 10% left of thread, and it had so much slick. Which was pretty funny.


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My kumhos were awful. They didn't last long at all.
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My kumhos were awful. They didn't last long at all.
What kind of kumho did you get?
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Don't remember at the top of my head. I'll have to looks them up real quick. They're in my shed but I'm not home.

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Don't remember at the top of my head. I'll have to looks them up real quick. They're in my shed but I'm not home.
Kumho ecsta xs.
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Kumho ecsta xs.
Ecsta 4x 97w
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Ecsta 4x 97w
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Way different lol.
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Way different lol.
Yeah, lol.
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But good tire though.
I had 40% left about 8k miles ago. If you knew my driving habits. You'd be surprised that these tires lasted that long.
Now I recently got new tires for rear tho. Last two rear had too much slicks. O.o
Literally that even the discount employees commented "You know you have a lot slicks, right?"
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Mine were bald on back I rotated way too late lol. Put bald up front and my camber was off and are the inside down to wires.

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I did like the looks of these. They didn't hook all that well. 245s though. And I was new too car world and didnt clean them people any type of racing. They hit bumps hard and picked up and threw rocks really bad. Now I have Sumis and I like them they last really long so far. And don't doin as much as the kumhos which is good and bad lol.
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How well do they preform... What makes them smoke different colors?? I'm curious for someone that has experience with these kind of tires
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If you read the info on the colored smoke tires it says not use them for every day driving. They are super slick. Also the can leave a residue on your car
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This should be cool... Just remember to tape you'r rear 1/4 panel so you don't get red die and rubber all over your car
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If you happen to find a place that sells them share the info cause I haven't been able to find a seller for them
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I want to say the only set I have ever seen wax made by Kumho. I think your best bet is to find an authorized dealer of those tires or whatever brand your looking for. Then you could probably call and special order them
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If you happen to find a place that sells them share the info cause I haven't been able to find a seller for them
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Ehhh I'm not too sure about these tires... Yeah I'm sure the smokes pretty cool... But I'm all about performance... Maybe they will make a tire with good performance and cool burn out smoke... that would be cool!
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