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Dirtman

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I was literally just googling tropic thunder gifs! You stole my thunder! You bastard!

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I takes less power to spin one wheel than spin both, since you only have to break half as much total traction patch to do so. But you can do rolling burnouts on hot dry pavement with a 2.3? Everyone here wants to see that video please.

I have a car that can do rolling burnouts at highway speeds, and it ain't any of the rangers I've ever owned thats for damn sure.

My stock 2.3 will do a one wheel peel roller for in second on dry pavement if I side step it hard enough lmao
 

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My 2.3 will do rolling one-wheel burners on wet pavement. Granted my fuel management, intake, and head aren't off the '94.

You want power from your 2.3? Get an ebay turbo and a Megasquirt. Best $600 you can spend on an older high-mile 2.3.
 

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This was a picture of a second gear brake stand I have vids but I don’t know how to upload them???
For videos, it’s easiest to upload them to YouTube then put the link (url) here.
 

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For videos, it’s easiest to upload them to YouTube then put the link (url) here.
Im not good enough with computers to make a YouTube just to upload a burnout vid (yea I tried for 5 minutes then gave up)
 

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Im not good enough with computers to make a YouTube just to upload a burnout vid (yea I tried for 5 minutes then gave up)
Ok I gave it another five minutes and figured it out lmao. Here’s a vid of my brother in my truck after he asked if he could do a burner in my truck (I let him because he always helps me fix whatever’s wrong with my vehicles)
Yea it was wet out that day I’ll have to take a vid when it’s dry out to prove what the Mazda can really do lol the vids of a second gear brake stand


 

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Ok I gave it another five minutes and figured it out lmao. Here’s a vid of my brother in my truck after he asked if he could do a burner in my truck (I let him because he always helps me fix whatever’s wrong with my vehicles)
Yea it was wet out that day I’ll have to take a vid when it’s dry out to prove what the Mazda can really do lol the vids of a second gear brake stand


And in case your blind it was hitting possi on and off ?
 

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I wouldn’t go that far I mean if I’d rather weld a diff than buy a 500 dollar lsd that doesn’t mean I want it the easy way that means that I can care less about “quality” maybe if I actually had something nice I’d build it right but the Mazda is not that vehicle it’s got around 200k on it and every panel on that thing has a dent it, also I wasn’t really sure it was worth the trouble to make a YouTube Chanel to show some random people my truck can do a burner but I decided it was worth it because I hear people on this page are full of wisdom, if all I had to do was click upload vid somewhere it would have been a no brainer.
 

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I wouldn’t go that far I mean if I’d rather weld a diff than buy a 500 dollar lsd that doesn’t mean I want it the easy way that means that I can care less about “quality” maybe if I actually had something nice I’d build it right but the Mazda is not that vehicle it’s got around 200k on it and every panel on that thing has a dent it, also I wasn’t really sure it was worth the trouble to make a YouTube Chanel to show some random people my truck can do a burner but I decided it was worth it because I hear people on this page are full of wisdom, if all I had to do was click upload vid somewhere it would have been a no brainer.
Hey, sorry man.

As I was writing that response, you posted the video. As soon as I saw that I deleted my post as you were writing this response.

It really sounds like you had your mind made up before seeking wisdom here. We’re really just trying to help you make it the best it can be. That takes money and time and research.

Hosting videos on a website takes a lot of resources and more resources (server space and bandwidth) costs more money. Jim is pretty generous with the amount of photo space we get. You tube does such a great job of hosting videos and allowing people to link to them that it doesn’t make sense to try to duplicate that here.
 

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Engines is goes vrooom
 

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If you already know what you wanna do and dont wanna hear advice just do it and post pics of you "hooning bro."
I wanna hear other people experiences like if I say I want to weld my diff and slide into a pole, and you’ve done that maybe you can let me know how it rides drives slides, also I do wanna hear what I should do I’m just broke so probably gonna start off with the cheap stuff and get a feel for it
 

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i didnt weld my diff, but i have a spool in my 9" rear end with a 4.0 engine and it slides around in the rain. not a snowballs chance in hell this 4.0 will break the tires loose at speed on a dry day.
 


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