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celicaboy
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Jun 10, 7:09pm - #197061 
Can you burnout in an auto

i have a auto gt and i pulled the e-brake and floored it but it didnt rev over 2100 rpm. i dont think that 2001 had a rev limiter in it, does it? and if not what could be the problem or how do yall burnout

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Jun 10, 7:12pm - #197062 
you can burnout in an auto but its not recommended to do so...not good for the car...but if you must know, some ppl pop into neutral, rev to a few k rpms and shift into drive...again i am not liable for any problems you run into by doing this...have fun

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Jun 10, 7:13pm - #197063 
It's called a "Neutral Drop," and it's horrible for your transmission thumbsdown

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Jun 10, 7:16pm - #197064 
don't do it..there's no point to burning out in any car except to look dumb and ruin your tires.


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Jun 10, 8:45pm - #197065 
Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
It's called a "Neutral Drop," and it's horrible for your transmission thumbsdown

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Jun 10, 8:46pm - #197066 
burnout is stupid, the only good reason to do one is if you have drag tires, and you need to heat them up

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Jun 10, 11:41pm - #197067 
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Jun 10, 11:43pm - #197068 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
don't do it..there's no point to burning out in any car except to look dumb and ruin your tires.


Exactly...I used to do Neutral drops and fucked up my tires horribly. Plus my tranny probably doesnt like me anymore.

Burn outs = thumbsdown

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Jun 11, 12:27am - #197069 
rofl thumbsdown

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Jun 11, 1:44am - #197070 
i never get why people wanna do burnouts just to show off idunno
and on an auto...why oh why wtf

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Jun 11, 1:46am - #197071 
You can do it if you pour a little bleach down first. You just need to stop Mr. Friction. rofl


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Jun 11, 8:00am - #197072 
grin burnouts in an auto are kinda pointless

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Jun 11, 8:01am - #197073 
Originally Posted by SmutasticGT
grin burnouts in an auto are kinda pointless


All burnouts are pointless. It's one thing to be racing and have a little wheel spin... it's another to be at a red light or parking lot and just put down smoke for fun.


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Jun 11, 9:57am - #197074 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
don't do it..there's no point to burning out in any car except to look dumb and ruin your tires.

word...

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Jun 11, 10:10am - #197075 
burnout = for people who want attention rofl


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Jun 11, 1:26pm - #197076 
thumbsdown thumbsdown thumbsdown

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