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Old 09-27-2012, 06:22 PM   #1
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Burnout smoke question!

Hey guys.. am attending a show this weekend.their will be a burn out contest..I wanted to know if theirs anything that can make the tires make much more smoke, or maybe you guys know how some tires the smoke are in colors or something cool to do..let me know opinions please..thanks!!
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:11 PM   #2
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bleach and water... Spray that where you are going to do the burnout, then roll through and just past it to get it on your tires and let em rip.
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I've seen blue and red tires not sure who sells them but they are made for burnouts google them.
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bleach and water... Spray that where you are going to do the burnout, then roll through and just past it to get it on your tires and let em rip.
Ok i know this has been posted on her and im sorry but bleach!?! Come on that stuffs not good for you so when your smoking your tires and breathing that in it cant be good for you! I dont mean to disrespect what you said i just want to make sure its safe.....(and i highly doubt it it)
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Just let the tires spin for a while... they'll smoke good eventually.
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Old 09-27-2012, 09:30 PM   #6
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Kuhmo makes the tires that smoke different colors but they are pricey
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If they will let you, you can mount a windshield washer tank and pump in the trunk, run a hose from it to over each tire and just spray water on them periodically. Water + hot tire = lots of steam/smoke.
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Thanks guys.. I'll research more on the bleach part but if not I'll have the tank and water ready just incase..thanks.. I'll try getting good shots and post them up..
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What if you put a bunch of food coloring in the tank?
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Dragsters back in da 60's used bleach for there burnouts. I think they may have put some other sniz in there to and they used to do ”fire burnouts”
Big daddy don garlits used to do them alot
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What if you put a bunch of food coloring in the tank?

You will just have colored water. I've seen women cooking using food coloring and anytime they were boiling anything with food coloring in it the steam was just white as always.

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Dragsters back in da 60's used bleach for there burnouts. I think they may have put some other sniz in there to and they used to do ”fire burnouts”
Big daddy don garlits used to do them alot

They used to use the bleach to try and soften up the rock hard tires of yesteryear. I don't think it will have much effect if any on todays tires.


Some auto trans fluid will make them put off lots of smoke, BUT fire is a good possibility and you will be setting still in one spot and be unable to drive away from it so I wouldn't do that.
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Dragsters back in da 60's used bleach for there burnouts. I think they may have put some other sniz in there to and they used to do ”fire burnouts”
Big daddy don garlits used to do them alot
am still researching the bleach thing but thank you though... And fire with the gas tank next to it I would have to be drink like crazy..lol.. But sounds awsome and crazy.. Maybe someday..lol..
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