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      04-16-2006, 07:34 PM   #1
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what is the correct way to peel off in a manual trans

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      04-28-2006, 07:28 AM   #2
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1st - turn off traction control.
rev engine with clutch fully pressed and gear in first
Let out clutch quickly with gas pushed on.

Play with the clutch and gas until you get the burnout desired....

Replace clutch/tires...
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while your at it. throw $100 out the window for all the damage your doing to your car.... that is key.... Add another $20 for the tires to
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I peel out all the time, I bought my car to enjoy it. After all it's a bimmer, I doubt it'll break down. Plus the guy that buys my car used in a couple of years is gonna have to deal with it, not me
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I peel out all the time, I bought my car to enjoy it. After all it's a bimmer, I doubt it'll break down. Plus the guy that buys my car used in a couple of years is gonna have to deal with it, not me
Nice guy...with a conscience too!!!
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