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Can an aston do a burnout? Well now you can know!

 
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Can an aston do a burnout? Well now you can know!

Now you don't have to wonder! I know this isn't the best idea, but I couldn't help myself! And the Aston preformed perfectly!
 
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You have to do it in the traffic
 
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You have to do it in the traffic
And in front of the valet.

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Originally Posted by captain Greg View Post
You have to do it in the traffic
I'm not a mustang owner lol ;-P
 
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I like the first attempt, lots of noise
 
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There is nothing wrong with doing donuts is a controlled environment. It doesn't make you some kind of low life punk kid. It's fun!
 
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There is nothing wrong with doing donuts is a controlled environment. It doesn't make you some kind of low life punk kid. It's fun!
I popped my burnout cherry, I was a 27 year old burnout virgin lol
 
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Looks like the traction control works well!


The only issue I have heard from doing burnouts, is pressure on the steering rack from full turn and the high reving engine can blow the seals.


Take her out to a drifting competition!
 
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That is not a burnout, burnouts are done with brakes applied and car stopped and mashing the GO pedal till the tires burn out. See below, this is a burnout!!
 
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Originally Posted by randyb View Post
That is not a burnout, burnouts are done with brakes applied and car stopped and mashing the GO pedal till the tires burn out. See below, this is a burnout!!
That's not a burnout, burnouts are done with the gasoline applied and the house sitting and mashing the matches til the beams burn out. See below, this is a burnout!

 
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That is not a burnout, burnouts are done with brakes applied and car stopped and mashing the GO pedal till the tires burn out. See below, this is a burnout!!
Agreed. It's not a proper burnout, but I'm not sure I see the point in killing your tires like that unless your about to drag race or something.
 
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In 2007, my first Vantage was about to be rear ended, so I gunned the engine and dumped the clutch and was amazed at the smoke generated by my burnout! Within a few seconds I realized the nannies were active and smelled the raw fish odor of the clutch... Amazingly that did not destroy the clutch and it served me well for the next 25,000 miles.
 
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I've done that on the track - lost traction, spun out and stalled
 

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