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Why lol
 

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Can I please borrow your rear wheels? I just need them for about 10 minutes lol. We can post videos together, you first, then me. I just wanna see how long I can make mine go. Never just torched them in my Shelby yet.
 

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lol to bad they already gone ;)
 

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Hoonigan behaviour FTW!

Auto?
 

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Nah, you're ok. Looks like a parking lot to me. When I first got my Mustang, I did that in the parking lot of these ghetto projects by my house. I called it, "feeding donuts to the poor". Lol
I am crackin up!
 

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Nah, you're ok. Looks like a parking lot to me. When I first got my Mustang, I did that in the parking lot of these ghetto projects by my house. I called it, "feeding donuts to the poor". Lol
hahahahah :lmao: dude i really lost it lmao
 

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Here's a stupid question...

I have never hooned my new Stang. Did it with the old 88 GT when I was a young lad, but not with the sixer.

That said, here's my question; how hard on the car are donuts and burnouts?

I ask because I'd love to goof around on the empty skid pad here (see: parking lot) but I don't want to chance hurting anything except my tires. My S197 is stock, not a pony packaged car, with a manual tranny.

Can anyone give me an idea how terrible an idea this would be in my car as it sits?

Thanks!
 
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