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Old 05-03-2005, 09:01 AM   #1
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reverse burnouts still doable!

So my clutch is on the verge of going, so i decided i would try to do one of my old school reverse burnouts for some friends, that didn't believe me. I smoked them in reverse and left 2 nice stripes, Clutch it still working and, that was dropped at 6.5k to give them a draw dropping perforance. I cant wait till im powerworks sc, and i have a heavy duty clutch, im going to burn these tires off the wheels, and get a new set of wheels and tires. peace.


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awesome. gotta love the stock clutch...and revers burnouts. its like watching a regular burnout backwards
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wish I could afford to waste the tires and last little life on a clutch but oh well have fun but be safe
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Yeah a week before I went in to get the new clutch I decided to have some fun with it and practice my launches and do some burnouts. Sounds like you had some fun!
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yea, how do i check the longenvity of my clutch. I bought the car from carmax its a '00 zx3 w/ 60k. I know they do checkpoints, but how will i knwo when its time for a new clutch. Frist mtx so lotta newbee questions.
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The stresses of doing a reverse launch at those RPMs have implications for much more than your clutch
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Damn, glad your not driving MY car LOL Man, I don't understand how someone can blatently tear their car up that they paid a lot of money for. Oh well, they tear it up then they have to pay the price to fix it.
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ill piece it back together like a puzzle when im done. Dude, my car is very durable. My stock clutch is still holding at 33k, ive beaten it to hell and back, no strong like it was when new, but its still working. My tranny shifts great, engine runs excellent too, no complaints. This car is still like new. Reverse burnouts are a blast to do, and you can get many spectaters when doing them, i wouldn't be surprised if this reverse burnout move becomes a new thing people start doing. You think its as easy as doing a normal burnout going straight? no way, you turn that wheel a little and your doing a 360. I would know. Do your regular mantainence you you should be good to go, But it will always cost money to play.
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