....would someone do this.
Cos when your there at the time...it's funny as ****!! lol
This is a vid of what we got up to at my last job, except that we laid down bleach and water to make it smoke quicker. Those marks are still there to this day, nearly a year later.
Simple - it aint your car! Someone else is paying for the entertainment! Free stuff is always better.
why bleach? lol those marks were pretty cool, but he wouldnt have had to replace those tires like the guy in the 1st did!
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I dunno, for some reason it just helps it to smoke a lot quicker, hence why we had so much smoke for such little spin!
Rear brakes would have been cooked too!Originally Posted by Turbo_Scott
199 BHP 322 lbs/ft Torque from a smokey diesel!!!!
same questionOriginally Posted by Jace
rear brakes because in order not to move he'll have to be applying some force to the brake pedal
the rears still spin because the engine just powers through whatever force is being applied, but the brake pads are in contact with the disc all the while it's spinning.
they'll get bloody hot, but not much more so than heavy braking for prolonged periods imo - i doubt they'd be damaged.... that said i don't see the appeal of burnouts either, never have
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