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back by popular demand from the mullets down the road a nice touch turning round right out front of there house soon turned a good set of rubber in to slicks ooops ha ha ha

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bent_axel_bob
Posted: 2003/1/24 10:11  Updated: 2003/1/24 10:11
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 Re: burnout 2
when i posted those pics i had no idea that i was gunna get that much of a response out of it

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Mr_Turbo
Posted: 2004/10/31 9:14  Updated: 2004/10/31 9:14
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 Re: burnout 2
nice burnout i liked how u turned around lol
ill post sum of the ones i dun in my 5l commy
drop it at 2k and wind out to 5k on the brake and start making art i say lol just take the consiquences tho

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YAJOKN
Posted: 2004/10/31 9:27  Updated: 2004/10/31 9:27
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 Re: burnout 2
I'll make some art to when I can find some stockies....

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ISL33P
Posted: 2004/10/31 11:35  Updated: 2004/10/31 11:35
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 Re: burnout 2
sitting in the one spot is boring but try cranking a burnout at around 100-120kph. the pleasure is unbeliveable when you see smoke pouring from the tyres at this speed. there is nothing wrong with expressing your feelings in whatever way you want and if burnouts outs do it for you, the go for it.

and if cops see you, then it is even more fun trying to get away (apart from the skid marks in your undies), and get away i did

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woodydat
Posted: 2004/10/31 11:39  Updated: 2004/10/31 11:39
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isl33p HAHA and wat car do u drive? thats a mighty fine effort.
bent axel bob, what car did this? that holden down the road? what ever it was.. nice. good work, that is some sik burnouts.

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Datlover
Posted: 2003/1/13 19:43  Updated: 2003/1/13 19:43
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 Re: burnout 2
Hey its like I always say If you don't have any money to smoke you some good ol rubber ....... well do it anyway just for the hell of it.Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice.

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mikali
Posted: 2003/1/10 7:40  Updated: 2003/1/10 7:40
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CRIKEY L18 MATE UR GETTING SO ANGRY THERE UR STARTING TO TURN IN TO A CROC BUDDY!!! lol relax man better some kids are doing burnouts than stealing cars its something that need not be debated coz its never guna stop so if u see some smoke my advice is RUN!!! if u dont like the smell lol urs truly The Crocodile Hunter. hehe

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L18_B110
Posted: 2003/1/9 23:53  Updated: 2003/1/9 23:53
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 Re: burnout 2
do you live around there?

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bent_axel_bob
Posted: 2003/1/10 0:36  Updated: 2003/1/10 0:36
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yeah the intersection u can see in the pic is my street only time any one complained was when i had no exaust i was pretty bloody silly that day

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L18_B110
Posted: 2003/1/10 1:38  Updated: 2003/1/10 1:38
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you're kidding! you mean no one came out and belted ya?

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dattodude
Posted: 2003/1/10 2:19  Updated: 2003/1/10 2:19
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Bob, U R a maniac.

This kinds of burnout is very unpolitically correct in anyones street. In NSW, I wouldn't do it. All it would take, is for a neighbour to say.."See those on the marks on the road, that young hooligan over the road did it"...I'd lose my license and car for three months.

Burnouts in Suburban residential streets were a part of history..so I thought.

Bob, you are a burnout champion..nice marks. I see you are quite an artist.

I found a nice burnout street near the zigzag railway at lithgow. I'm kicking myself that I didn't take any photos. The road surface was >50% rubber. It's a road that comes out of the bush when you go to the glow worm tunnels. It was next to a railway line.

Cheers.
Chris

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L18_B110
Posted: 2003/1/10 2:48  Updated: 2003/1/10 2:48
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what's the attraction with burnouts? What's the point? I would be glad for someone to explain it to me, cause I really don't get it

as far as I'm concerned you deserve to have your cars confiscated.

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1200ute8u1
Posted: 2003/1/10 3:03  Updated: 2003/1/10 3:03
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ide be working to not do burn outs and the fasination with cars and me is looks how fast it goes the how fast it gets up and goes sorta thing like the quicker of the mark and up to a top speed the better

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dattodude
Posted: 2003/1/10 3:47  Updated: 2003/1/10 3:47
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People in the US, don't understand burnouts either. The Porta Ricans like burnouts.

Burnouts defined:

1. Noisy
2. Need a powerful car (Hyundais need not apply)
3. Leaves marks (A bit like graffitti)
4. Smoky (A bit like fireworks, associated with fun)
5. Old people hate it (statement against authority)
6. A statement that the cost of tires is not important to you.

It's basically a form of expression used by males who have trouble expressing themselves in more traditional ways... Possibly a male brain defect.

Plus it's fun!
Chris

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L18_B110
Posted: 2003/1/10 5:00  Updated: 2003/1/10 5:00
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you certainly don't need a powerful car - I'd lean towards the brain defect theory

yes it is noisy and smoky. It is also dangerous (on public roads), anti-social, immature, and pointless. Oh yeah, and smells foul - just what people want drifting through their homes, a big waft of burning rubber.

Where's the fun? Is it showing off in front of your mates, thinking you've got a tough car and some sort of special skill? Or is it some primal sexual display or something?

If you think you're so good and your car's so tough, go to a drag strip or something. For only $30 bucks you can go and impress hundreds of people who actually want to see that kind of ####. What are you afraid of? Or go to a burnout comp, which probably only costs about the same as a pack of winnie blues...

Rebelion? - usually get this out of your system in your adolescence. These blokes are 23! And Chris, you're bloody 30!!! Haven't you got it out of your system yet? I guess it could be a sign of emotional underdevelopment, or it could be symptomatic of your place in society's class structure. Or maybe you're just hoons.

bent_axle_bob - do you not like your neighbours? or is this like marking your teritory?

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2003/1/10 5:35  Updated: 2003/1/10 5:35
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People in the US, don't understand burnouts either

Huh? Where'd you get that idea? All the young guys try this. When I sold tires, kids were always coming in to buy new tires 'cause they ruined theirs in burnouts.

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u certainly don't need a powerful car

Well, it's hard to do with a stock 1200, at least I never figured out how to. My 5.0 Mustang cannot do a burnout ... due to the automatic transmission and gearing. On the other hand if you do have a powerful car, it comes natural and kids "discover" it.

I understand the fascination, but would rather spend my dollars on things other than replacement tires and infraction tickets.

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ernals_ute
Posted: 2003/1/10 10:54  Updated: 2003/1/10 10:54
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I think maybe it is in the male genes.

I had my 2 year old son sitting on my lap when I looked at this picture, and he said "oooohh pretty!"

I will probably catch him out the back trying to do burn outs in his peddle car tommorrow !!

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cbr
Posted: 2003/1/10 12:15  Updated: 2003/1/10 12:15
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Like I used to say...your foot slid of the clutch and the other one could not get to the brake pedal in time, just look at the swerve marks was that the time you looked down to find the brake pedal? Dangerous yes but so is swimming in the sea....

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B120dat
Posted: 2003/1/10 13:34  Updated: 2003/1/10 13:34
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burnouts are good and bad for different types of people.

"i say what ever rubs you the right way!"

if ya dont like burnouts dont do em, if you do like doing em then do it, but make sure you can take the consequences .

theres my 2cents

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go_the_datto
Posted: 2003/1/10 13:51  Updated: 2003/1/10 13:51
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good stuff bent axle bob, I like your work!!!!

Yeah to all the others who dont like it, thats fine they can have their say, but......

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B120dat
Posted: 2003/1/10 14:28  Updated: 2003/1/10 14:28
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me personally, i like burnouts and the thril off doing em it is wicked!

(it anit a crime if ya dont get caught )

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b310gx
Posted: 2003/1/11 9:01  Updated: 2003/1/11 9:01
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try hillclimbing,the other side of motorsport were burnouts are excepted & necessary to a good start.that was my excuse anyway.it was always amazing,all these people coming up to you & saying 'is that really necessary',then at the next event (or run),there they are,smoke pouring off the tyres to get some heat into them.plus,a good burnout is an art,especially with only 1200-1300 cc's to play with.

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dazzasute
Posted: 2004/10/31 15:17  Updated: 2004/10/31 15:17
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Well, it's hard to do with a stock 1200, at least I never figured out how to.

The only problem i've ever had with a stock 1200 and burnouts is that the brakes generally aren't strong enough to hold it. an easy solution is tie a nice thick tow rope to the towbar, and tie the other end to the top of a decent tree (the higher the better, as it will lift the back off the ground a bit)
If your not too worried about the motor, and don't want to inhale smoke... drop a brick on the accelerator once she gets going, and go have a beer with the mates until the tyre blows (or the rope snaps... )

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dattodude
Posted: 2003/1/10 6:37  Updated: 2003/1/10 6:37
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I don't get into burnouts these days. I'm aware of the consequences.

I'm just trying to understand why people enjoy it. I think my earlier analysis is close to the mark. But I also think the people who partake in this form of "expression", don't think about the danger, the noise or the smell and the effect it has on people who's hormones and adrenalin levels aren't at the same insane levels. It is an immature act. I'd agree.

Did you used to skid the back tire on your pushbike? To see the mark on the footpath, or to hear the noise? Just about every kid I know does. I think burnouts are an extension of this behaviour.

Chris.