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Old 05-05-2013, 09:43 PM   #1
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So I just put on my nittos. Nt01 315/35/17 In the rear and want to do a burn out to get a pic. With these being drag radials how bad will it kill the tread
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You'll be fine. Drag Radials are designed to have a burnout done to heat them up at the track.
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You'll be fine. Drag Radials are designed to have a burnout done to heat them up at the track.
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Make sure you get a good road that won't eat them up. But one burn out won't kill them.
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Might want to lay down a bit of water to help them get started too. remember, Radials are designed to hook up and not just spin. not sure how many times you've actually been to a track or seen a burnout pad at the tracks (video or in person) but they're usually seem pretty dressed up to be a bit slick to help them start the burnout
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Old 05-05-2013, 10:03 PM   #6
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Rev and drop the clutch if you're manual. And hold brake let them spin. But +1 on water. Maybe bleach too if you want white smoke for your picture.
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+1. Rev and dump. +2 water or bleach. +3 break and accelerate.
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One foot on clutch other half on brake and half on gas. Rev let off clutch. I used to just rev dump the press the brake after I dumped it.
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One foot on clutch other half on brake and half on gas. Rev let off clutch. I used to just rev dump the press the brake after I dumped it.
That's how i do it also
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Ive only done one before, im to cheap to buy tires more often than normal tread ware.
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I've done one, had a guy tailgating me, so I stopped so he could go around me, and he didnt, so I let 'em spin. heres what'll get ya though, I've got an open diff, but left 2 black marks....go figure
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Thanks guys and yeah I've done a ***** tone with the old tires just didn't wanna eat these up and already got the bleach
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Is a burn out required for street radials at drag strip?
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Is a burn out required for street radials at drag strip?
No, just spin them to clean them off.
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