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Old 3rd March 2006, 00:06   #1
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i would like to know why you think they would blow up ?? a normall hard well done wheel spin will emit smoke dude to burnt rubber i have done it a couple of times.the reason why it comes from the front tyres is because the our indian cars are FWD.


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Ever heard of the term 'Burnout'???
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i would like to know why you think they would blow up ?? a normall hard well done wheel spin will emit smoke dude to burnt rubber i have done it a couple of times.the reason why it comes from the front tyres is because the our indian cars are FWD.

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hey revv this wud definitely cause quite an extent of damage to the drivetrain and related parts right?
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cauzze ordinary tyres would just blow up.....also do you have 2 modify your engine to produce so much of power.........
Tyres wouldn't blow up at all; used to do it all the time when I took off from traffic lights in my earlier days . Its just that you are taking a little bit of rubber off your tyres every time and you are putting pressure on the clutch.

You can generate wheelspins when changing quick & hard from first to second as well....
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hey revv this wud definitely cause quite an extent of damage to the drivetrain and related parts right?
100 % dude.great damage to tyres clutch and the likes.
not worth it.


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Even driveshaft takes the hit during wheelspins.

My ikon's right side one has already started to pack up. It costs around 7000 bucks for a single side driveshaft.
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Smoke from tyres can be caused due to a burnout. And if ur car is powerful enough it can pretty much change a wheelspin into a burnout. And by this be prepared to get urself new tyres, clutch and driveshaft in the very near future.

Doin it in gravel would be that much of a prob i suppose
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Note from Moderator - This has been discussed before, use the SEARCH feature and search for "burnouts" and "wheelspins".

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