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The owner needs to go buy a Honda civic. That'd be more appropriate for his behavior and knowledge of how traction control and limited slip differentials work.
 

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Reminds me of this idiot I saw today...

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I can't laugh at the guy. The one time I attempted doing a burnout, in a 300hp RWD 335 which should be able to do burnouts all day long, I just failed miserably. Chirped the tires but couldn't get the motor to build boost while keeping the thing at a standstill. I figured it better to drive it like a normal person and not risk damaging it.
 

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embarrassing, he is lucky he didn't lose control on that third attempt and hit oncoming traffic.
 

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He blew up his clutch. He kept revving it at the limiter with the clutch engaged and kept slipping it trying to get it to burnout. Decent looking car too (except for the wheels) too bad he can't drive the damn thing.

at least he didn't try to drift it into a pole or tree like everyone else.
 

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He blew up his clutch. He kept revving it at the limiter with the clutch engaged and kept slipping it trying to get it to burnout. Decent looking car too (except for the wheels) too bad he can't drive the damn thing.

at least he didn't try to drift it into a pole or tree like everyone else.
lol yep. Some Challenger almost did that.
 

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The funny thing is I think he the driver though that he was burning out.
 

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I can't laugh at the guy. The one time I attempted doing a burnout, in a 300hp RWD 335 which should be able to do burnouts all day long, I just failed miserably. Chirped the tires but couldn't get the motor to build boost while keeping the thing at a standstill. I figured it better to drive it like a normal person and not risk damaging it.
That's because a BMW 335 has a open differential not a limited slip differential. So all you'd do is spin one wheel occasionally lol.

He blew up his clutch. He kept revving it at the limiter with the clutch engaged and kept slipping it trying to get it to burnout. Decent looking car too (except for the wheels) too bad he can't drive the damn thing.

at least he didn't try to drift it into a pole or tree like everyone else.
 
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