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Mar 3, 12:07am - #116270 
burnning tires?

Can you burn some ruber in a 00 celica GT manual? if so how smile? (i did it once so i know its possible but could not duplicate it)


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Mar 3, 12:10am - #116271 
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Mar 3, 12:11am - #116272 
it's bad for your tires, they'll wear out faster. but yeah, you can do it. normaly you just rev the car pretty high & drop the clutch and you're on your way. I think there's a thread on this.

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Mar 3, 12:22am - #116273 
um, i've only ever test driven a celica, & yet to get one, but what's so hard about burning rubber in any manual car? as said above just dial the revs and let the clutch out... have celicas got a traction control i don't know about?

i don't do that to my car though, to much money spent on tyres & rims


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Mar 3, 12:23am - #116274 
Originally Posted by OzzyZR
um, i've only ever test driven a celica, & yet to get one, but what's so hard about burning rubber in any manual car? as said above just dial the revs and let the clutch out... have celicas got a traction control i don't know about?

i don't do that to my car though, to much money spent on tyres & rims

naw, no traction controll. its easy to burn out at any rpm over 2,500 in first, and you can spin the tires in second not to difficultly


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Mar 3, 1:41am - #116275 
Pop that clutch dammit1

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Mar 3, 7:42am - #116276 
I have a 2003 GT and is will burn the tires straight through 2nd gear...

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Mar 3, 7:43am - #116277 
I'm getting new tires soon, and you can be damn sure the day I go to get them replaced, there will be a MAD burnout that I film tasty


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Mar 3, 9:33am - #116278 
you can do it easy in a manuel...but i dont thinks its to good to do it all the time.


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Mar 3, 9:46am - #116279 
Originally Posted by QuickChick03gt
you can do it easy in a manuel...but i dont thinks its to good to do it all the time.


OH maybe he has an automatic...

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Mar 3, 9:50am - #116280 
^ rofl it's a manual

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Mar 3, 10:29am - #116281 
wave POP THE CLUTCH

but dont beat on it too much.

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Mar 3, 11:15am - #116282 
save your tires bro...don't do it...

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Mar 5, 6:19am - #116283 
Well some of us have to "burn out" to make the tires sticky before we launch at the track... There really is no other reason to do it...

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