2012 COAMO SAN BLAS MARATHON MOTORCYCLE BURNOUTS
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The Best Burnout EVER!!!!
$300.00 special catching HELL!!! At the 2011 Burnout party!!!
This vehicle was bought to finish the show with a bang!! This was done in front of the house on a PRIVATE road and IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE A BURNOUT DON'T CLICK THIS LINK!!! And don't ask WHY?? If you want to see pics of the road after the burnout go to my channel click on website!!!
Turtles Street Ride
Went down to baltimore for a street ride and had a great time thank to everyone from Bmorex.com
Thought this would make a great pic with the bike on our wedding day.
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2008 GSX-R 1000 Burnout Tire pop
Tire was almost finished, so I decided to roast it right off the wheel.
Don't do this to your bike.
It ripped the chain guard right off, wrecked the hugger, cracked the brake light and scratched the undertail up.
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Before you go hatin on my video, A little back story on this car.... I bought it from a coworker of a friend for $150. It had 2 flat tires and ghetto torch suspension drop. I fixed the tires to get it home, then replaced all 4 with correct tire size. The poor suspension made it unsafe to drive, so I put in 4 struts and springs I bought off eBay used. Fronts are 4 way adjustable KYB's and the rears are used stock toxonics. I paid $100 for all 4 all said and done. The tires I already had for the fronts, the rears are(were) compliments of New Richmond Auto Salvage.
The car is otherwise as I bought it. It has 180 thousand on the dash, but I know nothing of its history. I didn't put the lame flames on it or the peeling/bubbled blue back glass tint or the ugly fin or the twin gook pipes or the poor Maaco paint or the cracking bondo or all the crazy blue wire loom crap.
Sorry for the poor color the first part of the video. We had the camera I borrowed from my brother on Night vision. After I came back we had it figured out and we finished the tires off. We did edit out the parts that you cant see anything. Please see my profile for the original video, but all you miss is a minute of tires squealing.
As far as the mechanics of the burnout, I avoided red lining it and most of the time was spent at 5000 rpm. I only needed the brake a couple times, if you watch you can see they are off most of the time. I could only hit second gear for a little bit, then it was back to first.
And NO, I didn't damage the rims.