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Old 05-08-2002, 10:11 PM   #1
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Old 05-15-2002, 08:08 PM   #3
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whoa.....that was pretty tight......i'd be sort of scared to do a burnout like that......i dont know much about bikes and the tires.....but on cars, if you do crazy burnouts like that, you blow your tires.......and 4 wheels are WAAYY more stable than 2 rite....haha......if the tires blew......damn.....i'd be scared
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motorcycle tires are better than car tires hellova lot more expensive too.
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At the car show I attended 2 weekends ago, this one motorcycle did a fairly decent burnout. A number of cars blew tires, but most people don't burn their "good" car tires whereas motorcycle tires are usually not changed before laying some rubber (atleast that's what I always thought).
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you're right tangie. But like i said, bike tires can take it.. I saw one video of these guys riding various sportbikes cross country, after so many burnouts were riding on the threads of the tires...but they still held up.
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damn.....that's pretty crazy......i;m still scared of bikes though....i've heard of too many horror stories.....plus people in california can't drive......
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