The Tire Slayers Thread

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Thats was a joke. Don't get worked up.

On a more serious note, you're on a tahoe forum. I highly doubt there's gonna be too many folks doing burnouts in them
Never said your burnout had to be in your 'Hoe :shrug:
 

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Had an F150 crewcab as a rental. It had a naturally-aspirated 3.3 V6 that was surprisingly peppy. After turning off all the nannies, I was able to powerbrake with ease. Yes- both wheels :thumbsup: I only burned them for about 5-7 seconds. Them tires were about as flammable as dead, dry oak leaves!

View in passenger mirror:

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Seconds later, I couldn't see in front of me:

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Had an F150 crewcab as a rental. It had a naturally-aspirated 3.3 V6 that was surprisingly peppy. After turning off all the nannies, I was able to powerbrake with ease. Yes- both wheels :thumbsup: I only burned them for about 5-7 seconds. Them tires were about as flammable as dead, dry oak leaves!

View in passenger mirror:

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Seconds later, I couldn't see in front of me:

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Did that with a loaner Grand Marquis--early 2000's. I had smoke coming out of the dash speaker grills.
 

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