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Diavel Burnout

Discussion in 'Gallery' started by Sporty1200, Aug 30, 2014.

  1. Sporty1200

    Sporty1200 British Superbike

    No animals were harmed nor residents disturbed during the filming of this video. Did make a smell though :D

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  2. Tony

    Tony Moderator Staff Member Moderator

  3. BlackHornet

    BlackHornet Look before you turn Staff Member Moderator

    nicely done, good to see you getting the last pennies worth of them.
  4. Sporty1200

    Sporty1200 British Superbike

    Yep, tyre was shot, had a big slice on one edge from a pothole but was pretty knackered anyway.

    The last time i tried a burnout was 1981 on my CB900F in a busy pub car park.
    For some inexplicable reason (possibly stupidity) i prematurely let go of the front brake. Good job the pub wall wasn't to far away so i didn't build excessive momentum as i hit it. :disco:
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  5. megawatt

    megawatt British Superbike

    Nice one Kev.
  6. alexs

    alexs Street Fighter

    Excellent....last bit of fun from the tyre!
  7. Carnage

    Carnage Race Rep

    I remember doing one in the underground car park of tescos at crystal palace many many moons ago ...super smooth fresh tarmac...made an amazing squeal....and I decided that after doing the full complimentary circle id let the front brake go and leave a nice black line through the middle ...alas I didn't let the front brake go cleanly and what followed was a cbx550F2 wobbling for a few yards before dumping its rider on his arse in front of what seemed like a million late night shoppers

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