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    Default Burnouts in an ej?

    Is it possible or just as easy to pop a burnout in an EJ holden? its 3 on the tree so does that affect it?

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    Sounds like a question for Dynoryder
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    step 1:chuck it into 3rd gear

    step 2: put the go pedal to the floor with clutch in

    step 3:release the clutch pedal very slowly

    step 4:you will have instant smoke,but not from the tires..
    Too many cooks spoil the broth...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Williamz View Post
    Sounds like a question for Dynoryder
    Bahahhah! good one!

    EJ burnout NO! if the uni don't let go, the banjo diff will, so please don't try it!
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    and the old 149 probably wouldnt have enough balls to break traction anyway.
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    try it on grass,mud or if you can ice!

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    soak your back tyres in diesel for a week
    mmmmm green.... green's nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Williamz View Post
    Sounds like a question for Dynoryder

    Or his alias, Demondstone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JA5ONS View Post
    and the old 149 probably wouldnt have enough balls to break traction anyway.
    Unfortunately the EJ did not come with the 149ci red but still had the 138ci grey motor.

    If it still has the old thin 13" cheese cutter tyres and it's a wet day you'll be able to spin the tyres.

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    mate scott dunkleys top original fb (top 60 at summernats for last 7 years in a row)will and has smoked first gear every year albeit with lots of screaching from the original crossply white walls once we even got it to chirp second in the go to woh the key is vice grips on rear lines. anything will smoke you just gotta try harder than most (its a 3 speed grey motor too)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR327VK View Post
    Bahahhah! good one!

    EJ burnout NO! if the uni don't let go, the banjo diff will, so please don't try it!
    I dont shit all about cars what does "uni" and "banjo diff" mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by motodevo View Post
    soak your back tyres in diesel for a week
    lol
    have you ever tried that?
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    get a set of stuffed light truck tyres from the tip, pump up to 90 PSI (for **** sake stand back, ive had a set let go, lucky no injury but i damn near shit myself) and have a go, start off in a bit of water have fun and keep it on PRIVATE property.

    Just remember: burnouts break shit.

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    Pour some oil on the ground, back the bitch into it, select first gear, hold it flat, drop the clutch and slap ya left foot on brake pedal straight away and enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldXR View Post
    lol
    have you ever tried that?
    yeh a mate did it years ago with his pretty much stock gemini, smoked up a treat, infact if you tried to turn sharpish at anything over 10k's an hour the rear would start sliding out
    mmmmm green.... green's nice

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