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Old 01-24-2005, 10:25 PM   #36
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how could you noit like burn outs
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how could you noit like burn outs
cause it's not a trick and it doesn't make you special. I've even seen mini coopers do burnouts well. Four wheel burnouts look cool sometimes. But something like sliding is more thrill and takes more balls.
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Burnouts are fun fun fun

Even though I got to buy my Nittos's from the US and ship them over
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cause it's not a trick and it doesn't make you special. I've even seen mini coopers do burnouts well. Four wheel burnouts look cool sometimes. But something like sliding is more thrill and takes more balls.
never seen a fourwheel burnout, sounds like broken driveshaft(s) to me!
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Burnouts are cool..I just can't afford tires all the time. 2 sets in 54xxx miles, go figure. I had some smoke rollling last night, but that was because I was trying to get out of the way of traffic and gave it a little too much gas..lit the one wheel up real well
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and my school half the lot was the domestic muscle and the other half the ricers. when i visit now there might be 2-3 domestic cars and the rest imports. the lot in question was basically owned by people who had fast cars or modded ones, cause wed all get there about a half hour and just bs till it was time to go to class. the ricers would revv and the domestics would shoot back with smoky burnouts, then in class the ricers would get bagged on for not being able to fight back with any smoke.
hahaha dude you dont even know how like perfect to the T you just describe when I was back in HS

Their was literally a sepration between domestic owners and import owners (imports were over at the polish parking lot haha) it was crazy at times cause it get heated cause they would talk smack and smack would be talked back. crazy crazy good times.

BTW HS + Burnouts + school parking lot = schools lot gonna get owned

man one thing we all had in commen is the burn out contests we would be having in the lot man that lot got so ripped up. it was great they tried banning us but there was over 20 of us in the group and we basically held down that lot (people also knew their cars were safe in that lot cause of us) and they knew it.

BTW whats so ballsy about sliding around. you into that whole craze of "getting sideways"? I prefer smoking th etires while doing donuts and even power sliding around still wasting rubber.
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getting sideways is fun in the snow after it got down snowing here I was havin fun fishtailing thru the neighborhood so there ws nothing but big S's down the roads.

nothing beats a good burnout though.
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Burnouts rock nothing liek rubber in the lungs
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BTW whats so ballsy about sliding around. you into that whole craze of "getting sideways"? I prefer smoking th etires while doing donuts and even power sliding around still wasting rubber.
dude, it's all about gettin sideways.
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getting side ways is alot more dangerous then a burn i dont care where you are. u burn out u have control sliding you intentionally lossing control of your car. even if no one is there, there is always curbs to hit ditchs to run in to trees to wrap around......
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um you get sideways in a spot that doesnt have any of those things like real smart person would do.

What dont tell me you get sideways on random roads

**riceboys *starts humming batman theme* while they get sideways**
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dude, it's all about gettin sideways.
Agreed, especially in third gear!
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The best waty to learn hoe to drive is get a rent a car & practice in the dirt. On a turn in the dirt you will learn how to control it when you are sideways. Sooo much fun!
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umm being the dsmer i am, and knowing a whole crapload of guys with low 12 second timeslips with awd, ive never seen a real awd burnout yet. ive seen a few guys spin them off the line at the track, but as far as huge smoky awd burnouts, never gonna happen. if all 4 tires are spinning theres nothing stopping the car from moving forward with the spin. like on a rwd when you do a brakestand you have some brake pressure going to the front holding the car. or on a fwd some people pull the ebrake and lock the rears and smoke the front. but awd, 4 spinning means theres nothign stopping the car from moving.
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umm being the dsmer i am, and knowing a whole crapload of guys with low 12 second timeslips with awd, ive never seen a real awd burnout yet. ive seen a few guys spin them off the line at the track, but as far as huge smoky awd burnouts, never gonna happen. if all 4 tires are spinning theres nothing stopping the car from moving forward with the spin. like on a rwd when you do a brakestand you have some brake pressure going to the front holding the car. or on a fwd some people pull the ebrake and lock the rears and smoke the front. but awd, 4 spinning means theres nothign stopping the car from moving.
Brunout contests where they set up a safe wall that you can park against that will absorb the impact while you begin, then the tires just spin. Also in the Mischief videos the guy in an sti is doing burnouts/donuts and spinning really quickly. I've also seen a car with two engines and drivers facing opposite directions burn out. I believe it was a Tiburon, haha.

Sliding sideways is fun but like they said, you have to do it in the right places. There are lots of open places here where you can learn how to control them, but there is always a risk of losing control which is what makes it so fun
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^^^are you talking about drifting?sideways sliding sounds like drifting to me. i did it a few times in the tbird, the last time i was on a nice big 4 lane street thats out in the country and its empty, and at the time was wet. i got sideways, then corrected and got sideways again the opposite way, did that about 4 times and was scared ****less when i was finished.

lol and the wall thats just stupid. i guess thats what happens when mommy and daddy buy you a car and you just have no consideration for it whatsoever.
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^^^are you talking about drifting?sideways sliding sounds like drifting to me. i did it a few times in the tbird, the last time i was on a nice big 4 lane street thats out in the country and its empty, and at the time was wet. i got sideways, then corrected and got sideways again the opposite way, did that about 4 times and was scared ****less when i was finished..
Feels good eh? Hahaha, I like it. I don't think drifting should be a sport but I think it's fun.

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lol and the wall thats just stupid. i guess thats what happens when mommy and daddy buy you a car and you just have no consideration for it whatsoever.
The wall wasn't actually a wall it was more a thick peice of rubber to keep the cars from going into each other. Two cars would face each other with that rubber in between them and both do burnouts, the one who produced the most smoke won and the other was eliminated and so on and so forth. The four wheel drive cars would drive 1/2m.p.h. until their front was touching the rubber wall to absorb the impact, then they would do a burnout. If it wasn't there the cars could essentially run into each other since they are facing each other.
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Feels good eh? Hahaha, I like it. I don't think drifting should be a sport but I think it's fun.
i think it should. its not nascar but it definately takes skill to drift like they do. not everyone in the racing world knows how to control traction, weight transfer, steering and throttle input all at the same time, while worrying about 10 other cars and drivers around you doing the same thing.
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it definately takes skill to drift like they do while worrying about 10 other cars and drivers around you doing the same thing.
Agreed! But to me it seems like the best might not always win. It kinda seems like a competition is a popularity contest
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