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Old 10-31-2002, 06:17   #1 (permalink)
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Tongue Biggest burnouts....

whats the biggest u have seen?
just the other day out on the highway there Is a 2 wheel snakey that goes right 2 each side of the road for 1km , I thought that was a good effort....I mean erm silly, but nah it was out in the middle of no-where so It alright :)
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lol the ones the 'appeared' at 4 am on a tuesday morning in the middle of the gold coast high way...... nice donuts those... really really nice... have NO idea how they got there
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yeah its funny how burnouts can appear just like that, I notice it mostly when your driving forwards and you look back, hmm still cant figure it out :)
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haha me and a mate were discussing where the best spot to do a doughie would be.. we came to the conclusion that it'd have to be in the Polly Pipe, towards the end of it..
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LoL. I'm an expert on this and I've seen many a good one. The best STREET burnout I have ever seen is about 100m long, LSD all the way. Took them about 30 minutes and no cops were called or anything. It was a Chev power Holden VL. Awesome burnout. The best donut I have scen is just up the road Some bogan did about 10 hilixs and then went into a snakey. Fun fun fun I go through tyres quickly haha!
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I guy I know used to with an old Gemini, locker and efi 2 litre used to climb it up on median strips and concrete pads and rip off donuts up there.... classic
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there is a skid on the bridge on Moss st in slacks creek, starts off at one end heading to the other with a bit of opposite lock (you know how the back steps out to the left with a LSD) does about 2 or 3 heli's then straightens up, then a U-turn then tears off the bridge in the direction it came from. its fricken MAD

the bridge is one vary small lane each way, the car must have been a Gemi or a escort with some very fat rubber under the back cause there aint no way a falcons ever going to fit on that bridge sideways!!!!
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just found out today that 1st one was done with an escort and they didnt blow any tires and its actualy 950 meters
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