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Old 24th February 2005, 17:37   #1
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Old 24th February 2005, 17:45   #2
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Lightbulb awesome..pics

where the hell did you get these from post the website address also in the future

but awesome pics especialy the guy whos doin it while he s sitting on the front ferring
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Old 24th February 2005, 19:02   #3
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but awesome pics especialy the guy whos doin it while he s sitting on the front ferring
Its called a Highchair burnout
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Old 24th February 2005, 22:58   #4
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any idea hwe a burnout is dun ? i knwe this is one very stupid question . . . but i have always wondered hwe its dun . .

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You need a bike with a Disc Brake up front.....
Put it into 1st......Squeeze the Front brake......Put your feet firmly on the ground....Lift your butt off the seat......Let the clutch go [faster than you'd let go normally!!] And walla....you'd be burnin' rubber!!!
First coupl' o' tries the bike will lurch.....untill you get the hang of the clutch release!
Pointer: Try it on a smoothly tarred road......
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any idea hwe a burnout is dun ? i knwe this is one very stupid question . . . but i have always wondered hwe its dun . .

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For more info, try there two threads (although they are mostly for cars)

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Old 25th February 2005, 10:27   #7
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Awesome pics dude!!!!!
Haven't tried doing it on tarred road yet!!
Guess it's better to try it out when we are planning to put on new rubber.. Just for the fun element....
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ive done a small burn out once on a pulsar.but i stopeed when i got the smell of that dirty rubber.there was a lot of smell a little smoke and very light tyre marks on the road..
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this mite be a funny question ,but when i leave the clutch am i spposed to accelerate the bike as well ? and if i hafta then hwe can i acclerate as well as use the frnt brake at the same time with my right hand ?

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You need a bike with a Disc Brake up front.....
Put it into 1st......Squeeze the Front brake......Put your feet firmly on the ground....Lift your butt off the seat......Let the clutch go [faster than you'd let go normally!!] And walla....you'd be burnin' rubber!!!
First coupl' o' tries the bike will lurch.....untill you get the hang of the clutch release!
Pointer: Try it on a smoothly tarred road......
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this mite be a funny question ,but when i leave the clutch am i spposed to accelerate the bike as well ? and if i hafta then hwe can i acclerate as well as use the frnt brake at the same time with my right hand ?

thats teh trick.... not really... once u press the front brakes... u can accelarate easily... try iy...

and yeha... a small tip... pump the front suspension down and immediately start revving... basically there aint supposed to be ne weight on the rear tyre...

and yea.... keep teh rubber side down....



a small fun burnout by us on sand:






yea.... this is my rear wheel submerged deep down... and dirty!







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You need a bike with a Disc Brake up front.....
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Speak for yourself.
Burnouts can be done on anything with an engine. You just need to find a way.
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Speak for yourself.
Burnouts can be done on anything with an engine. You just need to find a way.
Dude..... tell me you dont ride your Sunny's front tyre into the wall and then spin the rear tyre and call that a burnout????
When i said that you need a bike with a "disc" brake upfront...... i meant.....to do a real burnout with no assistance!!!!on the road!!!!and not on ceramic tiled flooring!!!
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thanz edmund , will try a burnout soon wheneva i meet sum1 with a disc brake bike , don't own a bike myself though but i think burnouts are amazigly kewl !

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this mite be a funny question ,but when i leave the clutch am i spposed to accelerate the bike as well ? and if i hafta then hwe can i acclerate as well as use the frnt brake at the same time with my right hand ?
ahhh the ? we wanted the answer to eh manson
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Its called a Highchair burnout
ahhh the xbhpian has spoken hehe
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