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CARBON_SYPHER
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CARBON_SYPHER Mar 29, 11:55am - #428312 
2000 CARBON BLUE Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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COPPELL, TX
who needs LSD (not the freakin drug!)

ok... the whole problem with the goofy one wheel burnout is over!

a few posts ago ... someone was talking about temp. locking the dif. by (only works with standard i believe) putting the car in reverse and backing up just alittle bit...in doing this, the dif. is temp. locked. now come to a complete stop, and put the car in 1st gear. now... ... ... do a freeking 2 wheel burn out! i tried this twice the other day behind my work building...left 2 nice strips of rubber each time! thumbsup

i will get pics later!

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cutterman7
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cutterman7 Mar 30, 3:36am - #428313 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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does that hurt the engine in anyway?

Better save the Women and Children first!
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KickScrew
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KickScrew Mar 30, 4:12am - #428314 

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2003 Toyota Celica GTS

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St. Augustine, Florida
Yeah, it sounds good but I'm going to see if anyone says its bad for th engine
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My Sixth Gear
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My Sixth Gear Mar 30, 7:34am - #428315 
2003 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica
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2003 Toyota Celica

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Chicago, Illinois
its bad for the transmission and differential

If you want peace... Prepare for War
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rockfordcelica
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rockfordcelica Mar 30, 8:16am - #428316 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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San Antonio, TX
not real bad for the engine. it usually wont break it on the first time or anything, but doing that all the time, your gonna run into some quick engine wear and tear problems.
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