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Old 07-09-2010, 07:46 AM
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well with the ever so slight possibility that my t-case might be fixed at some point here i was curious..hell Ive been wondering since the tank was given to me.Is it possible to do a burn out in a bravada considering its a AWD? i have been looking on youtube and have seen the 2wd blazers doin decent burnouts and would like to try it but with the AWD i think it might not work..what u guys think?
 
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yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah...

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When's the last time you san an Audi doing a burnout? Just sayin
 
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Old 07-09-2010, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by oktain View Post
yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah...

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When's the last time you san an Audi doing a burnout? Just sayin
lol hey i had to ask..you never know there coulda been a way.granted there isnt but there always was that slim chance
 
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nice find 84..now all i need is the motor out of a TBSS to fit in the tank and id be set lol
 
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can't you take a fuse out and do a 2 wheel drive burnout?
 
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Haha I'll attach a tow strap from my hitch to yours and you'll do a burnout!
 
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Originally Posted by blazerboy001 View Post
can't you take a fuse out and do a 2 wheel drive burnout?
not that ik of..hell im still a newb to my own damn truck lol but its always in a AWD state and has diff t-case etc than like a selectable 4wd/2wd blazer(w/ sux when u have to replace it -_-)..in 97 it only came in AWD,in 98 they made a better system that allowed it to run on 2wd till the truck noticed slipage and it would engage the front..but as for just a fuse...i dont think so
 
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Originally Posted by zedartwo View Post
Haha I'll attach a tow strap from my hitch to yours and you'll do a burnout!
haha deal..though i might wanna wait till i get mt t-case fixed but that would be fun i'll bring the tow strap XD
 
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Originally Posted by blazerboy001 View Post
can't you take a fuse out and do a 2 wheel drive burnout?
As far as I know, an AWD transfer case doesn't disengage like that on a 4x4... and Auto 4x4 isn't AWD either, it engages the power to the front wheels automatically when it detects that the vehicle's losing traction.

The only way you could do it is put your nose against a wall, wet the pavement and floor it. But that's not the smartest idea either... actually it's really dumb, pretend I didn't say it
 

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