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#1 (permalink) Old 02-10-2005, 08:35 PM
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Hi,

I have a 2001 BMW 325i and was wondering if I can do any cool tricks on it? How can I do a burnout on it? Like make smoke come out from the tires? Any other cool tricks that I can impress my friends with?

I was trying to make the tires spin but all I got was 0.5 seconds little noise from the tires.

Thanks and looking forward for suggestions.

p.s. It's a 5 speed manual stick-shift.
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Well it's not like you got enough real power to do that realistically. Only thing that comes to mind, and mind u i'm no mechanic, is to disable your rear brakes and turn off your traction control, slam on the brakes and floor it. Is that logical? No. But that's just the first thing that comes to mind.

You could try donuts though, not to sure on how successful you'll be on that one. Just make sure your in the open with no one near by,

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how can I disable rear brakes? Thanks...
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how can I disable rear brakes? Thanks...
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Yo man, I was just saying that, Please Don't do that!!!

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lol, I thought you was for real... any more suggestions? there must be something
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YO:
1. press the traction contorl button.
2. keep your 5786ing finger on it for three secs, dcs and brakes (all yello) will show up on the dash.
3. step on the right pedal and BURN"EM, BABY!!!

i could not get it to drift. jim blanton in missouri builds the best limited slip: as soon as i get my bonus i am IN, MOFO., i am sooooo in.
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If it's automatic it's hopeless. If it's stick, rev, dump clutch, apply a lot of pressure to the gas pedal... don't try often.

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Notice he said FUCK SOMETHING UP.... Don't do it to just show off to your friends. It's not really a mustang or GTO. Take the car on a twisty road (on good days, ie no rain) and go for a spirited drive, that would be more fun, imo.

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YO:
1. press the traction contorl button.
2. keep your 5786ing finger on it for three secs, dcs and brakes (all yello) will show up on the dash.
3. step on the right pedal and BURN"EM, BABY!!!

i could not get it to drift. jim blanton in missouri builds the best limited slip: as soon as i get my bonus i am IN, MOFO., i am sooooo in.
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Blanton is the man when it comes to differential. Most of the better shops in the US send their differentials to have Performance Gearing (Jim) do the work.
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Hi,

I have a 2001 BMW 325i and was wondering if I can do any cool tricks on it? How can I do a burnout on it? Like make smoke come out from the tires? Any other cool tricks that I can impress my friends with?

I was trying to make the tires spin but all I got was 0.5 seconds little noise from the tires.

Thanks and looking forward for suggestions.

p.s. It's a 5 speed manual stick-shift.
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I have a suggestion. Give the BMW back to mommy and daddy and then have them buy you a Pocket Bike. That is all you deserve.
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whahahhaha!

blanton is DA MAN.
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[/quote]I have a suggestion. Give the BMW back to mommy and daddy and then have them buy you a Pocket Bike. That is all you deserve.
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The ONLY sensible suggestion in this entire post.....Good one
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I am just surprised why the FUCK arent his friends impressed with the fact that he HAS a BMW????!!!!!!!!!! What kinda friends are they? Richard Trump (assuming Donald Trump has a son) and Donnie Gates (assuming thats Bill Gates son's name)?
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Originally posted by E46Holic+Feb 11 2005, 12:39 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(E46Holic @ Feb 11 2005, 12:39 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-bmw3435@Feb 10 2005, 06:35 PM
Hi,

I have a 2001 BMW 325i and was wondering if I can do any cool tricks on it? How can I do a burnout on it? Like make smoke come out from the tires? Any other cool tricks that I can impress my friends with?

I was trying to make the tires spin but all I got was 0.5 seconds little noise from the tires.

Thanks and looking forward for suggestions.

p.s. It's a 5 speed manual stick-shift.
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I have a suggestion. Give the BMW back to mommy and daddy and then have them buy you a Pocket Bike. That is all you deserve.
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AHAHHAH First thing i thought when i read the post.....well put.

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