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ive been doin em lately showin off at school and stuff

how bad is it for the car ?

ps there addicting
 

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Not so good for the tires :bigthumb:
 

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break stand? Is this like a place to hang out on recess at school?

If you mean brake stand, i.e. burnout, then yes your tearing up your car but does that mean your gonna stop? Not likely
 

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break stand? Is this like a place to hang out on recess at school?

If you mean brake stand, i.e. burnout, then yes your tearing up your car but does that mean your gonna stop? Not likely
That's the lemmonade stand :slap: :biggrinjester:
 

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every guy on here going to the dragstrip is doing a brake stand - yeah, not the best thing long term for your car or tires. Just remember - most of us doing that type of stuff are willing to pay to play. Start your tire fund early.
 

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break stand? Is this like a place to hang out on recess at school?

If you mean brake stand, i.e. burnout, then yes your tearing up your car but does that mean your gonna stop? Not likely
here in Boston we call them breakstands....and with a standard tranny its a burnout ...sorry i didnt meet ur standards though
 

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here in Boston we call them breakstands....and with a standard tranny its a burnout ...sorry i didnt meet ur standards though
he was referring to your spelling. those things that stop you are BRAKES.

doing too many BRAKE stands could BREAK your car. when your at work, you can take a BREAK. unless you work at an auto part store....then you could take some BRAKES but that would be stealing. and stealing is wrong :biggrinjester:
 

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he was referring to your spelling. those things that stop you are BRAKES.

doing too many BRAKE stands could BREAK your car. when your at work, you can take a BREAK. unless you work at an auto part store....then you could take some BRAKES but that would be stealing. and stealing is wrong :biggrinjester:
this made me lol:beer_yum:
 

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he was referring to your spelling. those things that stop you are BRAKES.

doing too many BRAKE stands could BREAK your car. when your at work, you can take a BREAK. unless you work at an auto part store....then you could take some BRAKES but that would be stealing. and stealing is wrong :biggrinjester:
We need to sticky this post. :clap:
 

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im the new guy around here ...take it easy guys
 

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Some members on here have their "days" I guess.lol It it wear and tear on your ride and tires,and it's up to you if you want to deal with the price of the fun.
 

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I would imagine the diffy, driveshaft, and tranny would take a hit. Especially if the cars engine isn't up to the task of breaking the tires loose without a lot of effort. Another thing to take into consideration is the flooring and conditions. If its on dry pavement, it will hit harder. If its somewhat moist or humid, it will break the tires easier and not be so harsh on the components.
 

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he was referring to your spelling. those things that stop you are BRAKES.

doing too many BRAKE stands could BREAK your car. when your at work, you can take a BREAK. unless you work at an auto part store....then you could take some BRAKES but that would be stealing. and stealing is wrong :biggrinjester:
Haha I like that:clap:
 

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I would imagine the diffy, driveshaft, and tranny would take a hit. Especially if the cars engine isn't up to the task of breaking the tires loose without a lot of effort. Another thing to take into consideration is the flooring and conditions. If its on dry pavement, it will hit harder. If its somewhat moist or humid, it will break the tires easier and not be so harsh on the components.
Im gonna have to agree with Dave on this. I had a 94 Subaru Legacy for my first car. Front wheel drive and had something like 135 HP. But being a kid, and being bored. I used to do burn outs. Turns out, not so good for the car. Haha. So if you're doing burnouts to like show your cars fast...most any car can do them.

I get in the habit of spinning my tires from a stand still without hitting the brakes sometimes just to mess around coming out of a stop sign or something on one of these back roads. But as far as burnouts in a 3.5...I dunno man. Even in a 5.7...I dont like doin burnouts unless I need to warm the tires up.

If you wanna play it sorta safe, get some soap water and spill it on the ground before school gets out. Haha. Spin em up on that. It should be a little easier on the car.
 

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That Break thing was so funny, thanks for the cuckle. I needed that.
 
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