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This is a discussion on roasted within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; tires are at the end of their life, I've been enjoying the smokey smell of burnt rubber...

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    roasted

    tires are at the end of their life, I've been enjoying the smokey smell of burnt rubber

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    Quote Originally Posted by LimeNine View Post
    tires are at the end of their life, I've been enjoying the smokey smell of burnt rubber
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    nice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LimeNine View Post
    tires are at the end of their life, I've been enjoying the smokey smell of burnt rubber
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    was that form a bone stock V6? LOL

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    My tires are about done too. I need to do some burnouts, today, I can feel it! Sunny and 63 forecast....was gonna go on a 140 mile road trip, but it got cancelled.

    Nice black stripes you left!!

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    I wish I knew how to effectively do that....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikito View Post
    I wish I knew how to effectively do that....lol
    foot on brake to start roasting once spinning good no brake and full powa!!!

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    Most impressive on a freshly sealcoated area. Lots of slip and not much grip.

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    uhh, Yeah LSV6. lol. . .
    my fun is over now, I had purchased a set of 4 tires last winter, got a good deal, took two of 'em and had 'em mounted on the rear wheels


    but to leave a mark like that, ya - hold the brake a split second, I always have to blip the throttle before it hits the rev limiter - that shifts my automatic into second and the roast fest is on


    if I just mash the gas - let it hit limiter then second gear washes out too quickly

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    I'mma gonna go somewhere and make some marks today.

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    well its easy with an auto....i meant a stick, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikito View Post
    well its easy with an auto....i meant a stick, lol
    still not to bad, when i had my cobalt SS all i had to do was rev it all the way up and just drop the clutch and rip the E-brake which sucked on that car btw... so im thinking there isnt much difference just use the actual break

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    its one of those things where you have to turn 2 feet into 3 lol im assuming you dont have a line lock do you?

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    I used to do this all the time when I didn't have DRs. Now every time I wanna do it an image of my rear end exploding pops into my head and kills my fun

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    I imagine that, or roasting my clutch, like last time
    LS6 intake, Pacesetters, TSP rumbler !EGR, !AIR, 295/35 BFG KDW II's, UMI Adj LCAs. Tick Master Cylinder, LS7 Clutch and flywheel, Pro 5.0, Lous short stick, Frost Tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikito View Post
    I imagine that, or roasting my clutch, like last time
    sounds like fun lol

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    yeah...no bueno

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