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Are burnouts good for you?

Poll ended at Tue Nov 29, 2011 12:59 pm

No, they are gay
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Yes, its good for the sole
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Total votes : 73

Postby 1I1 » Sun Oct 30, 2011 11:00 am



But bro they are fully sick, auto na's doing what they were made for au
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Postby Grrrrrrr! » Sun Oct 30, 2011 11:13 am

Burnouts.. a good way to justify replacing those shitty chinese tyres the previous owner put on the car with something decent...

Or good for warming the drag slicks..

Other than that, its just bogans being bogans...
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Postby Dell'Orto » Sun Oct 30, 2011 11:26 am

RedMist wrote:I'd much rather experience an antilag launch controlled rally car take off smoothly than watch someone do something that requires no skill only a little horsepower and really bad rubber.


Hmmm dunno...the chaps who spin cars around in the width of two lanes with in excess of 1500hp without collecting the armco must have a wee bit of skill.
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Postby iOnic » Sun Oct 30, 2011 1:00 pm

+1 doing a burnout is easy. Winning burnout comps takes skill and good car control. Some would say holding both feet down and sitting on the launch controller then taking a foot off the clutch takes no skill whatsoever. Anyone that knows left from right can do that. The skill is in the bits that happen after the launch.
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Postby deaf_rattle » Sun Oct 30, 2011 2:10 pm

thats not the sort of flaming holden that i like.
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Postby GTTpower » Sun Oct 30, 2011 4:40 pm

Whats with all these 8's. This is a toyota forum
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Postby deaf_rattle » Sun Oct 30, 2011 5:12 pm

GTTpower wrote:Whats with all these 8's. This is a toyota forum


cause toyspeed doesnt do skids
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Postby Bling » Sun Oct 30, 2011 5:17 pm

GTTpower wrote:Whats with all these 8's. This is a toyota forum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9e2Ecx-7RI


Sweet sweet smoke :lol: I've seen a tyre that was supposed to give off red smoke but it was nothing compared to that!!
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Postby 88.4ageGT » Sun Oct 30, 2011 9:51 pm

deaf_rattle wrote:
GTTpower wrote:Whats with all these 8's. This is a toyota forum


cause toyspeed doesnt do skids


$&#$% toyspeed doesnt do skids that was sick!!!!!!!!!!!
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Postby GTTpower » Sun Oct 30, 2011 10:00 pm

That guy is quite famous for his 3rd gear clutch dumps.

This one ended in tears however :wink:
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Postby MAC_HATER » Sun Oct 30, 2011 10:06 pm

skids in a paddock or closed off area authorised for such events are awesome and i enjoy watching this and partaking of such events even more

some twat in his RB20E Cefiro in the middle of town pouring diesel down on the road so he can actually get a single wheel going "to pull da bitchez"?

not so much :P
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Postby siren676 » Sun Oct 30, 2011 10:45 pm

Proof you dont need much hp to do a skid. :lol:
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Postby rollaholic » Mon Oct 31, 2011 5:29 pm

my old VW caddy work hack did good single spinners too!
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Postby pc » Mon Oct 31, 2011 6:51 pm

Intentional pun or NZ education at work? sole <> soul

Burnouts are a bit boring... skids/power slides/drifting more exciting.
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Postby holden_fan2005 » Mon Oct 31, 2011 8:27 pm

A decent skid does take some proper talent. It's an usual feeling when you want to go one way and the ass end is going another and is all over the show.

After running burnout comps in Levin for a couple of years you really do see some awesome control in some people and a lack of in others. There is also some thought into how to do a burnout too, we often see guys go out and start doing doughnuts and produce nothing...
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Postby RedMist » Mon Oct 31, 2011 8:46 pm

Dell'Orto wrote:
RedMist wrote:I'd much rather experience an antilag launch controlled rally car take off smoothly than watch someone do something that requires no skill only a little horsepower and really bad rubber.


Hmmm dunno...the chaps who spin cars around in the width of two lanes with in excess of 1500hp without collecting the armco must have a wee bit of skill.


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Postby Emperor » Mon Oct 31, 2011 9:54 pm

Depends... I like skid pad comps, manjis around cones etc...

But sitters... Sitters are for fags :lol:
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Postby deaf_rattle » Mon Oct 31, 2011 10:08 pm

Emperor wrote:Depends... I like skid pad comps, manjis around cones etc...

But sitters... Sitters are for fags :lol:


if you are sitting on a dildo while reading gay porn maybe.
nothing wrong with a big stinky burnout, unless you toyspeed stickers on your car... its frowned upon. like banging someones mum
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Postby DXROLLA » Mon Oct 31, 2011 10:34 pm

RedMist wrote:
Dell'Orto wrote:
RedMist wrote:I'd much rather experience an antilag launch controlled rally car take off smoothly than watch someone do something that requires no skill only a little horsepower and really bad rubber.


Hmmm dunno...the chaps who spin cars around in the width of two lanes with in excess of 1500hp without collecting the armco must have a wee bit of skill.


Pussies.
609whp, 200+kph in mature forestry, on mud. 2300mm track, 4 meter road.... or hooking a dropoff curb with an inside tyre (placing the car within a few inches) on gravel.... events where you aren't "judged" like Ballet or "stars in thier eyes". and accidents hurt.
Two broken ribs, broken ankle, broken thumb, several broken fingers, frost nip (the begining of frost bite. Destroyed nerve endings without the dead flesh), probably shorter through high G impacts... and shit loads of brain damage.


Why are you comparing off road racing to burnouts? Burnouts are a form of entertainment and having some fun/blowing off some steam. Where as racing is well racing, two completly different things in my eyes. Both involve some form off skill at a top level, and im sure there are people in the lower classes of off road racing that probably dont have much skill yet are still having alot of fun, just the same as burnouts.

I cant think of anything more awesome than after watching the truck racing down at Timaru, seeing them do burnouts and drifting them around the track, im sure that would take alot of skill to control those big things
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