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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 02-12-2002, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
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Gotta be bleach.
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I might have to break in my Yokohamas at the MOA meet if LHSer brings the bleach for his smokeshow.
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At least he didnt jack up his estimated HP, 165 sounds reasonable i guess for 3.3
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Bleach? I no need no steenking bleach!!

But I'll try and bring some if you guys want.
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yeah, bleach isn't necessary, just a a little water to get the tires started, once they start spinning keep it in first gear and they will just keep spinning until you let off the brake or back out of the throttle
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brake

how can you brake jack with a front wheel drive car?!
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E brake

I know, you already figured it out, but couldn't remember how to delete your post...
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yeah, bleach isn't necessary, just a a little water to get the tires started, once they start spinning keep it in first gear and they will just keep spinning until you let off the brake or back out of the throttle
This is very true, I started off with a bit of snow under the tires and had the e brake down, I think the speedo was around 150kph when the snow was all gone it was all a bit of water under that, wow never seen so much smoke, the heater was on full blast and smoke just filled up the car.
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Is it just me or does it look like that white Dakota Sport in the background has some sort of street glow neon under it???

But, definitely a bleech box burner.
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UM... Is it just me or does that look like a ONE wheel burnout... That really isn't a burnout if you ask me... It's a good smoke show, but not a burnout... I can light up one tire anywhere I please without any water, bleach, or what have you. That't not a problem. Now show me a 'trep that can smoke both front tires and that is one bad ass motherf'er!
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how the hell do u pull off a one tire burn out??!!
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You can't do a two wheel burn out without an LSD, our cars don't have them so we can't do 2 wheel burn outs.

Ever wonder why if u floor in wet weather your car pulls to one side? (which it should) that's because one tire is pulling.

Also, if ur tires suck, try a burn out on dry pavement (just floor it) Get out of your car and you'll see one black line on the road.
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lol that really blows
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