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Burnout!

Me and my burnout! I think it is decent, what do you think?
P.S. I tightened my torsion bolts just tonight, sorry but no pics of that.

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Haha thats good stuff right there
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lightem up!!! (I LOVE the smell of burnin rubber)
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nice now leave 2 stripes down the street
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Poor rear end :(
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Haha I love it, too bad the tread is almost completely flat now.
Still good fun :) A new reason to get bigger and better tires! haha
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Poor rear end :(
Haha what do you mean?
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Lucky, I have a hard time even getting a squeal on dry pavement.
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Lucky, I have a hard time even getting a squeal on dry pavement.
I don't lol, but it was a little wet there... What size engine is yours?

Edit: Probably because it is a 2.5L
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Poor rear end :(
Rear end doesn't care, trans cares more than that!

Line lock, ftw! (not on the Ranger...'Cuda anyway. 3rd gear burnouts are much more interesting )
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Rear end doesn't care, trans cares more than that!

Line lock, ftw! (not on the Ranger...'Cuda anyway. 3rd gear burnouts are much more interesting )
haha I was only allowed second gear, third doesn't have enough umphh
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haha I was only allowed second gear, third doesn't have enough umphh
Yea i figured lol, you running a manual or auto? My 3rd is 1:1 = 4th in Ranger land
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yeah the water definitely had something to do with that lol

nice burn

at lower elevations i can light em up from a stop without touching the brake, even on 33's, but up here in reno, can't do chit! much less power
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haha way to get rid of that traction
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Looking at the pic again, I'm more amazed seeing SNOW lol. Hit 100* this week here. Blah!
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Yea i figured lol, you running a manual or auto? My 3rd is 1:1 = 4th in Ranger land
Manual... Only way for me.
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Looking at the pic again, I'm more amazed seeing SNOW lol. Hit 100* this week here. Blah!
man dont remind me. i gotta leave the perfect 60-70* weather here in reno for that hot vegas weather.
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Looking at the pic again, I'm more amazed seeing SNOW lol. Hit 100* this week here. Blah!
Pssh, don't worry, this was taken like 2 weeks ago haha.
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yeah the water definitely had something to do with that lol

nice burn

at lower elevations i can light em up from a stop without touching the brake, even on 33's, but up here in reno, can't do chit! much less power
Nice, you are lucky haha
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haha way to get rid of that traction
Haha yeah, not any traction left lol
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man dont remind me. i gotta leave the perfect 60-70* weather here in reno for that hot vegas weather.
It's getting there in a hurry man. Nobody is ready for it to be summer again...but it's coming
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Wanna see what will happen if you keep doing that to your tranny and transfer case?
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Wanna see what will happen if you keep doing that to your tranny and transfer case?
haha sure, and this was a one time thing
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burnouts FTW!!! Come on Tre like you've never done a burnout LOL.....
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Lucky, I have a hard time even getting a squeal on dry pavement.
Lol seriously? Ha, in my 2.5L with BFG Radial T/A's, I could roll into 3rd gear once I got them moving. I did it twice. This was with 3.73 gears on a slick asphalt road on a hot summer day.

I used to love powerbraking with my 98 2.5L. I don't run it hard like that anymore.
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