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Old 03-28-2012, 01:02 AM
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for those who don't exactly approve.



I'm not fancy like Dodgert with the 4.10 LSD, I have the one wheel wonder edition lol

My defense to this, it was for scientific purposes. I wanted to see at what rate of tire speed added with the heat caused by friction on the pavement the Goodyear tires would begin to deteriorate. My analysis shows that at about the 14 second mark the tire rotates fast enough to create create mass amounts of friction leading to heat, and quickly multiplies on itself reaching it's peak 4.5 seconds later. Coincidentally it seems the vehicle in question has reached 88MPH and vanished from view shortly after. There may be a flux capacitor hidden from our view.

To be serious for a second and not to step on toes, but it's my truck that I spent my hard earned money on. If I want to do one burnout, because hell I feel like it, than so what. I'll suffer the consequences for my actions later on down the road if I caused any harm. In the mean time I'm going to enjoy my truck how I see fit. Not trying to sound ignorant or arrogant about it, but it's really not that big of a deal. And I would like to think people here are grown and smart enough to know not to do this on a main street or a stop light. Be responsible, have fun.
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I agree with Grumpy old fart. I guess I'm one too.
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What a TOTAL waste of tires, transmission, engine longetivy.... and display of what??? Thiis ought to be on a dragstrip video clip. It's really not the sort of thing we expect out of our new RAM 1500's.....if it is, you're in the wrong forum. Sorry, but I don't see the nexus between this video clip and what we're trying to display and project for the Ram 1500. Christ, if I wanted this in my truck I would have gotten a lot bigger engine and a much beefier tranny and posting in a drag forum....and I wouldn't be pulling a boat with it. This is a freakin; UTILITY truck....the sort of truck guys buy to pull a boat, put their work tools in, or just use to go to and from work, maybe a weekend in the boonies, or just to look slick with some basic mods like a miuffler or some body alterations.

What's the purpose behind a burnout except on the dragstrip? 99.9% of the forum members will never see a drag strip with their trucks, and certainly wouldn't go thru a burnout like that one. That's strictly show and tell...try that on the street and look for red and blue lights in your rear view miirror.. There's no data on what mods were on there, what gas you were burning, what rear end you had etc...and lastly, the reason? Lots of smoke............and mirrors....where's the beef? Right church, wrong pew.

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I totally disagree. I would say 99.5% of the forum members will never see a drag strip with their trucks.
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What a TOTAL waste of tires, transmission, engine longetivy.... and display of what??? Thiis ought to be on a dragstrip video clip. It's really not the sort of thing we expect out of our new RAM 1500's.....if it is, you're in the wrong forum. Sorry, but I don't see the nexus between this video clip and what we're trying to display and project for the Ram 1500. Christ, if I wanted this in my truck I would have gotten a lot bigger engine and a much beefier tranny and posting in a drag forum....and I wouldn't be pulling a boat with it. This is a freakin; UTILITY truck....the sort of truck guys buy to pull a boat, put their work tools in, or just use to go to and from work, maybe a weekend in the boonies, or just to look slick with some basic mods like a miuffler or some body alterations.

What's the purpose behind a burnout except on the dragstrip? 99.9% of the forum members will never see a drag strip with their trucks, and certainly wouldn't go thru a burnout like that one. That's strictly show and tell...try that on the street and look for red and blue lights in your rear view miirror.. There's no data on what mods were on there, what gas you were burning, what rear end you had etc...and lastly, the reason? Lots of smoke............and mirrors....where's the beef? Right church, wrong pew.

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The point was to show you how traction control grips after a few secs that was not even a burn out my truck is a 2 door r/t for the reason that 1 i wont tow anything 2 its got the better rear /converter/ suspension / so that i can run it at the track and last but most important my truck my tires my problem. If you dont think it belongs on the forums then maybe your on the wrong forums they are here for everyone to post anything and everything about there truck, And theres at least 50 burnout vids on here .

And oh ya i bought new tires and rims so ya i can lay waste to the pos goodyears now speaking of burnouts since you thought that was a burnout which it was not i leave you this






And if you dont like burnouts how do you feel about flying rams





And this is what happens when idiots do burnouts





That is all have a nice day lol its all good man we all like different things

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Oh and before anyone says anything its an stretch of highway thats not open yet and yes i have access to it and once finished it will be repaved
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I don't do burnouts but to each their own. If you want to go find a quiet back road where nobody can get hurt (besides the fool that flipped) and ruin your tires, go for it. I think every teen boy has to do a burnout or two in their life!

So did the OP turn off traction control and melt some tires yet?
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I don't do burnouts but to each their own. If you want to go find a quiet back road where nobody can get hurt (besides the fool that flipped) and ruin your tires, go for it. I think every teen boy has to do a burnout or two in their life!

So did the OP turn off traction control and melt some tires yet?
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Since were on the anti-burnout crap... since I'm an old grumpy bastard too...lol I mind as well share my little burnout from a few years ago in my Lightning....And I will do a damn burnout anytime I get a chance! WOOHOOO!!!! Carry on gents!
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WOW, I guess I got told huh? I loved the video clip of the RT burnout where he flips the truck....the most noteable part of the video was the extremely wise and relevant comment of the guy taking the video.....Oh $hit...that's not F'n good! I'd say I have to agree with the gentleman. Not good?? How about stupid, idiotic, dumb, and a few other adjectives thrown in for good measure. Hey, you want to burn up tires and stress out your tranny or subject yourself to the same sort of unanticipated and potentially tragic results?? Have at it. Hell, even "crappy Goodyears" cost money.

Grumpy old fart leaves you with "nice burnout...what's it going to cost you"? Hope dad didn't buy you the truck.
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