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Old 06-24-2004, 04:12 PM   #1
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Burn out/ break stand?

Is it possible to do a break stand wit a v6?...and if you can, how?
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ummm.... no.
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Old 06-24-2004, 04:30 PM   #3
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Is it possible to do a break stand wit a v6?...and if you can, how?
why yes, yes it is...

http://www.ponypanels.com/zim/burnout.WMV

its also possible to do some donuts

http://www.ponypanels.com/zim/donuts.WMV

enjoy
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to do it, just hold the brake down and start giving it gas while youre holding the brake... your wheels will start spinnin (or wheel if you dont have tlok )
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ok, i misunderstood the question.

yeah, yeah you can do what zim showed you in his video
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You will tear up your rear brakes faster than something-else-that-tears-up-rear-brakes-incredibly-fast.

Don't do it. Get a line lock.
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dude the rear brakes take forever to wear anyway... when braking you only use like 30% braking power comin from the rears... if that


its fine as long as you dont do it all the time... id be more worried about tearin up the tires than my brakes
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Its not good for your transmission either (Yes Mike we know you dont care)
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reminds me of the time my friend was doing a burnout and i started laughing at him and he kept going b/c he thought i was laughing at how big the burnout was. i was actually laughing at the fact that all the smoke was coming from his clutch, not his tires.
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haha woops :pnoid:
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dude the rear brakes take forever to wear anyway... when braking you only use like 30% braking power comin from the rears... if that


its fine as long as you dont do it all the time... id be more worried about tearin up the tires than my brakes
It is not "fine." Ever.

Do you want to drive around on grooved and warped rotors? Besides, the burnouts you do with a brake stand SUCK anyway because you are not spinning your tires as fast. So you are ****ing up your brakes, transmission, tires, and not even being cool about it either. Way to go.
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Ahh jeez... ya hafta have some fun once in a while..

Back to his original question, the answer is yes.
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I used to do it all the time. Before I got new brakes.
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I did it on my old car A TON.

Did it twice in my new one for like 5 seconds
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Ahh jeez... ya hafta have some fun once in a while.
i'm with ya on that one zim, and to whoever said brake stand burnouts suck:
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