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Old 01-16-2004, 02:23 PM
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Default DOING BURNOUTS IN A TMAXX IF POSSIBLE

HEY
I JUS BOUGHT A T MAXX AND A SPORT MAXX
BOTH TRUCKS R BEAUTIFUL
I WANNA DO BURN OUTS IN ONE
HAVE ANY1 EVER DONE IT B4
I NEVER SEEN A MONSTER TRUCK DO A BURNOUT
I ONLY SEEN THE CAR DO THEM
I WANNA DO THE ONES WHERE U LEAVE UP SUM SMOKE
LAY SUM SLABS ON THE GROUND[>:]
WHAT DO I GOTTA DO OR PURCHASE TO DO THIS
OR CAN THE TRUCKS EVEN DO THEM
IF ANY1 CAN HELP ME PLZ HELP
THANX
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:35 PM
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i dont think you can smoke the tires on any r/c
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:39 PM
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Thats like trying to jump a 4 foot ravine with a Serpent 950!

Mts have a pretty heave disadvantage when it comes to HP/lb. In my opinion, this would severly hamper their attempt to produce wheelspin.

ITs like my trying to do burnouts with my Ford Taurus..

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if you can figure out a way to disable the drive to the front wheels ... and put the brakes to the fronts only you may have a chance with another servo working the brakes ...

good luck with it .....

easiest way ... run your engine real rich so it really smokes and tell your buddies ,,, check it out i am smoking the tires !!!

HAHAHAHAHA
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Y CANT U
I GOT THIS VIDEO ON MY COMP SHOWN THESE GUYSDOING BURNOUTS IN THERE CARS
ONE GUY WAS DOING DONUT WITH SMOKE COMIN FROM HIS TIRES
OTHER GUYS CAR WAS JUS SITTIN THERE DOING A BURNOUT AND U COULD SEE THE SMOKE FORM
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:41 PM
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that would work get one of those dual exhausts so it looks like its coming from the tires
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:42 PM
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like buggies said ... the monster trucks have a bigger power to weight ratio ... bigger tires ... really hampering their ability to spin the tires on pavement .... the cars are lighter and tires smaller so it gives them a better chance in accomplishing this task ....
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:49 PM
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SO YALL TELLIN ME THAT I CANT DO BURN OUTS AND THE RC CAR AND TRUCK TIRES DO PRODUCE SMOKE
I AM TALKIN BOUT RUBBER TIRES
CUZ I JUS WATHCHED THIS CLIP AGAIN SHOWIN PEOPLE DOING BURNOUTS AND DONUTS PRODUCING SMOKE
IF U WANNA SEE THIS
GOT TO TRILORDY.COM LOOK UNDER VIDEOS AND DOWNLOAD ONE45 http://trilordy.com/one45.mpg
SUM ONE PLZ TELL ME WHAT I AM SEEING
CUZ NOW IM CONFUSED
PLZ HELP ME
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:51 PM
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BUGGIES R SU

U CAN DO SUM BURNOUT IN A FORD TAURUS
IVE DONE QUITE A FEW IN MY GRANDFATHERS 98 TAURUS SHO
ITS A FUN CAR
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:59 PM
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In order to do it, you'd have to put some really small wheels and tires on it, and slam the truck as low to the ground as possible, have only rear wheel drive, possibly lock the diff, and locking up the front tires would definately help.
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:59 PM
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COULD I PUT A MORE POWERFUL MOTOR LIKE A .26
BUY SUM STREET TIRES OR SLICKS SWITCH TO REAR WHEEL DRIVE
MAKE THE TRUCK AS LITE AS POSSIBLE
PUT A BRICK IN FRONT OF IT
AND RUN THE MOTOR LIKE HELL TO ACCOMPLISH THIS TASK
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Old 01-16-2004, 03:13 PM
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i can't understand for the life of my why you would want to beat the crap out of your engine / tranny / drive train just to produce a little smoke ......

sounds to me like you should of went with an on-road car than a MT
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Since you said you purchased a Sport Maxx you dont really need to worry about making it RWD only, it already is. Why are you willing to go through so much trouble just to tear the **** out of $30 tires?

You will need a strong motor and proper gearing to make it remotely possible. Like 16t/72t and a big block would make it possible. You will need to crank the slipper all the way down and drop a spool in the rear end. You will probably end up smoking the clutch and certainly ruin the tires. You may even get to destroy the diff. I guess my point is, it should only cost you about $600 to have a shot at smoking those $30 tires......Ok $630.
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Old 01-16-2004, 03:18 PM
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I GET WHAT UR SAYIN ABOUT THE COST
BUT ITS JUS THAT I NEVER SEEN IT DONE IN A TRUCK B4
IT IS SUMTHING I WOULD LIKE TO DO
I JUS NEEDED SUM HELP TO MAKE MY INSPIRATION MOVE FORWARD
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Old 01-16-2004, 03:22 PM
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there is one doing burnouts on harco hobbies videos page man.u should check it out www.harcohobbies.com
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Old 01-16-2004, 03:32 PM
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dude, turn off the caps lock for poop's sake!
[link=http://dualbl.com]burn out vids[/link]
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i have a vid of from trilordy with them doin burnouts its not smoke frome the tires... its the exhaust
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to do this you would have to put foam tires on put wd40 on the tires and hammer it.
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DUDE R U SURE THAT IS SMOKE FROM THE EXHAUST CAUSE EVERYONE THAT SEEN THE VID I GOT FROM THE CAN CLEARLY SEE ITS SMOKE FROM THE TIRES
PLUS ONE GUY SITS IN ON SPOT AND DOES A BURNOUT
U CAN SEE THE SMOKE FORM CLEAR AS DAY
I THINK U SHOULD GO BACK AND TAKE A CLOSER LOOK
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TURN OFF THE CAPS LOCK!
did you click on the link in my last post? go to the tc3 section and it has a video of it totaly burning out.
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my bad bout the caps
i didnt kno it bothered peeple so much
i went and got the video
but i wanna find a nice set up for one of my maxx truck
if u read up sum i already got a start
and im online rite now buying the stuff to do this
and that tc3 does a mad burnout
imma do one 2
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you better buy about 10 sets of tires your going to need them
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dude u sound like my grandfather
i jus wanna do a few burnout
and i got 7 sets of tire already
thanx for ur input though
its appreciated
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7 sets huh? that's 28 tires.
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naw really
i got 2 truck to play with them with to
im workin on a third truck
got one 4 me[&:]
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