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Old 05-05-2009
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^ now thats leaving your mark!!!
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[QUOTE=freddie;1320020]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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Those were the days....

Haha I think I could get into 3rd gear but I like the standing still burnouts... I'm not sure why.
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Jer, this is what happens when you do a burnout, with 4.10's, Torsen, new siped 35's and a 5spd...

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Well that must have sucked! I wouldn't have tried that with new tires, especially with a 5spd where you have instant torque applied.
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Well that must have sucked! I wouldn't have tried that with new tires, especially with a 5spd where you have instant torque applied.
If the tranny wasn't such a little *****...
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wow does shane have enough balancing weights on his wheels?
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Ouch. Looks like you dumped it though. When I do a burnout I slip the clutch until it grabs or I get on some water. I rarely do them anyway since my BFGs weren't cheap.
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how did you tighten the bolts on the torsin? i know you dont have pics but do you have a link to a how to?
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