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Old 06-28-2010, 11:23 PM   #1
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Doing A burnout

So, ive been taking my 09 Coupe to the track the last few weeks, and ive always driven around the water box. Ive heard heating up street tires is seemingly pointless, but i'm still just looking for your opinions on wether or not to do it? And if so, whats the best way. I have an auto, so i was planning on just rolling the front wheels through the box, then pulling the e-brake and letting them spin? Any thoughts?

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