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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #75 on: 12/17/05 04:17 PM »

My Impala SS can liquify the tires at will, but at $249 per tire I resist the urge as best I can :A:
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #76 on: 03/22/06 06:59 PM »

AAAWWWW Come on Guys. We were all young and stupid  sometime in our lives. We've merely grown up :o

Like someone else stated... The cost of tires precludes me from doing it :cool: Spinning the tires don't get ya there any faster

But if ya have to do it... It's funny that many of you youngsters don't know what the area is called at the dragstrip where you warm up your tires... The Bleach Box... Try some, It will work
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #77 on: 05/07/06 04:12 PM »

Hey guys!  I wrote a post here a little over a year ago!  I have done a lot of growing up since then and Fixed the av a couple of times probably from running it hard.  So as of now i have settled down a little and drive a lot more resonably.  For gas prices and bill prices when you brake something is outrageous and i can't afford it. 

But .... One sat night a couple of years ago a couple of buddies and i were consumming some beverages of choice.  We came up with a brilliant idea at the time. Pour some gas and lighter fliud and some 151 over the Tires of an 76 blazer with built 350 and 35'' mud dawg tires.  ( note : Iwas aginst using 151 as to alchol abuse).  What we ended up with was a big Firery burn out.  How we got away without magor carnage or getting hurt is beyond my comprihention.  But it was really cool to watch!
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #78 on: 05/07/06 08:44 PM »

 :nopics:  We need some pics of that next time  :4:
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #79 on: 05/08/06 05:49 AM »

YEAH I WISH WE HAD PICS!  :4:  It was just one of those things that just happened!!
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #80 on: 05/08/06 06:51 AM »

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how to burn out??

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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #81 on: 05/09/06 12:30 PM »

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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #82 on: 11/14/07 07:00 PM »

which is a better rear end, the 4:10 or the 3:73???
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #83 on: 11/14/07 07:20 PM »

which is a better rear end, the 4:10 or the 3:73???
for burn outs? the 4:10

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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #84 on: 11/15/07 07:38 AM »

for burn outs? the 4:10

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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #85 on: 05/05/09 03:43 PM »

My avo will lay a smoke show full posi for ever.  I have an auburn posi pack, and 4:56 gears :thumbsup:








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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #86 on: 05/05/09 03:47 PM »

Nice AV jjavo03
But you need to make your sig picture smaller
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #87 on: 05/05/09 04:21 PM »

I like the exhaust through the rear  :thumbsup:
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #88 on: 05/05/09 04:32 PM »

That is pretty cool isn't it. :cool:
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #89 on: 05/06/09 02:54 AM »

Nice AV jjavo03
But you need to make your sig picture smaller



True that...on both accounts...

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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #90 on: 01/26/10 01:18 PM »

turn off traction control for one. wet road  ::)
if i can burn my 37s with traction control off im sure you can
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #91 on: 01/26/10 02:06 PM »

"slammed it into drive "

NO!  Bad dog... BAD DOG...  :o     :beating:
Anything you do (power braking, etc) is going to cost you $$$ down the road.
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #92 on: 06/12/10 11:34 PM »

ok so I peeked into this thread and read the first post and yes i know this was ages ago but i feel i need to say that ITS NOT A FRIGGEN CAR. this may bring up an argument as to weather or not its actually a "truck" but I do know that IT IS NOT A CAR. lol
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #93 on: 06/12/10 11:58 PM »

ok so I peeked into this thread and read the first post and yes i know this was ages ago but i feel i need to say that ITS NOT A FRIGGEN CAR. this may bring up an argument as to weather or not its actually a "truck" but I do know that IT IS NOT A CAR. lol

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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #94 on: 01/26/12 06:45 PM »

Those exhausts are soo cool! No towing though?  :E:
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #95 on: 06/08/13 07:55 PM »

My Av will not burn out, to much traction control crap. Even if I turn it all off. Oh well. Butttttttt.....the best burn out I've done has been at the car wash after I washed it. Pulled out of the bay, traction/stability off, light power brake, tires still wet, and wow huge smoke cloud. I have not tryed since I bought my new tires. Hate to waste such good rubber.
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #96 on: 02/08/15 12:15 PM »

I pulled my abs, and traction control fueses and still can not get my avy to even chirp. The annoying port is 15-20 seconds of beeps every time I start my truck. is there a way to disconnect the ding speakers, or are they integrated into the trucks audio system?

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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #97 on: 02/08/15 10:01 PM »

You'll have to get a programmer and turn down the throttle management, then get ready to start replacing parts.
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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #98 on: 02/08/15 10:06 PM »

I already planned on getting it programmed, as well as having vet cervos put in. So should I have it rebuilt and beefed up? Or is there a better tranny that fits on my 05 1500?


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Re: how to burn out??
« Reply #99 on: 02/08/15 10:15 PM »

A HP Tuner will do it also
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