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Old 10-24-2010, 09:08 PM
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Looking at the urban wheeling thread.... I have never done a burnout in the blazer... Spun the tires, but never pumped the front brake and let the rears spin......
And I am under 25...... wtf........
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Then you won't have to make a thread about how your tires wear out so soon or what lousy gas mileage you're getting.
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Then you won't have to make a thread about how your tires wear out so soon or what lousy gas mileage you're getting.
I saw Rriddle responded first and instantly looked for the lock...

But seriously, I have never roasted the tires, and IDK why, I am tempted tonight, but its wet out, so it would be easy to loose control.... plus its not good behavior.... On the tire side... I looked at a set of 325/50/15? I think drag radials... a little smaller than stock height... but would be kinda funny....

I wonder how many people are in my boat.....

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i've squeaked mine but never "roasted" them. i don't like changing ring and pinions.
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on wet pavement yes, but theres no way i can even slightly spin my tires on dry pavement
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i've never burned em on dry pavement and im 17.....
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hmmm reading above... been there, seen it & was dumbass like it & it was cool!!! lol ... that being said I've lit them up, even with the G80 vin/diff code, next week omfg easy there Tom, don't 'walk that old lady in the mercury off the line because you have 3 blocks to do that with... no, next week I'll be testing my patience with quite possibly 300+hp ... light em up?... oh hell yeah! But like I said in another thread, I've only done that 3 times with the blazer (WOT = wide open throttle - boaters will understand lol) But I'm sure with the 32" MT's I can leave more rubber on my works' parking lot when I get pissed off.

<edit> there's a link (youtube) in superchargers etc about a guy that says "this should answer your question" lit em the freak up for a good 60 feet or so after a burnout BUT thats no stalker, keep that in mind for your transmission etc

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19 here, spun a few tires in my short driving history but never done a burnout. Spun 'em about half a block with my FWD van with newer 245/55s, in my dad's old Silverado Vortec 5.7 (through 1st and 2nd), and in the trusty Blazer (once) at work. Didn't do too bad but I wouldn't ever do a burnout with it. My old S10 would've been great though, TBI 4.3 and no rear brakes
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Last time I spun the tires. I was making a left and hit a puddle and did a 180 spin in traffic. The next day I was at Firestone getting new rear tires installed. My truck I really do not drive hard or really care how fast it is. I'm over my tuner days.
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I'm 17 and I never did a burnout especially not in my Blazer I did squeal the tires though but it was wet pavement so it doesn't count.
 
 
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