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Yall said Free-revving was BAD, so this is my solution.

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Old 08-18-2011, 04:58 PM
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Default Yall said Free-revving was BAD, so this is my solution.

http://s97.photobucket.com/albums/l2...=GTburnout.mp4

I think it provides adequate load to the engine, it allows for natural loads to be applied...plus, it pisses off the neighbors, so its win/win.
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Old 08-18-2011, 06:48 PM
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Free revving isn't that bad, just don't rip on the thing, like WOT free revving especially with boost is bad and high rpm's are bad. But guess what, I've done it because I love it. Quick park your car and put it up on blocks don't drive it, it's bad for it, it might wear out!

Back on track, I've seen my grandma do that when her foot slips off the brake peddle, you can do better then that!!!
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Old 08-18-2011, 07:04 PM
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Yeah the 1st one out in the road was better, longer, alot more smoke but the camera didnt record that one, just said "File Err". And the road surface is very coarse, its hell on tires. MY driveway is alot smoother so I just did a little one.

The 1st one got the neighbors outside, and his daughters are cops and he is just old enough to make a big deal.
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I came into this thread expecting more, I feel let down.
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I came into this thread expecting more, I feel let down.
I figured most people would.

Heck the original burnout, being at least 6X better than this one, probably wouldnt have even given ya a chubby.
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This video, now being viewed by myself again, reminds me that I badly need 3.90's, a line lock, and 315's out back...BADLY
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I'm disappointed.
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Originally Posted by Moonshine View Post
I'm disappointed.
I agree...OP needs to learn how to light em up.
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Tommy, get back in that car lite em up and shift atleasy till 3rd gear...........for the sake of the burnout god.
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Originally Posted by TOMMY01GT View Post
I agree...OP needs to learn how to light em up.
hahaha Tommy, you're a fool!
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