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i was wondering whats the side effects of doing a burnout. i'm not talking about crashing i'm talking about the effects on the engine and parts of the bike.
 

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Really?

Nice bald center strips on rear tire, trashed clutch if you can't figure out how to get the wheel spinning, potential overheat of your engine if you're a retard and sit there until you blow your tire because there's not enough airflow to cool the radiator, melted rubber all over the undertail and exhaust........

Not to say they're a total squid move, they are cool now and then (new tire), or if your trying to warm the rear for a legal drag race. If done right they are not going to cause excess wear and tear besides the tire.
 
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Your clutch gets worn a little bit more, spark plugs get burnt up a little bit more, oil gets dirtier, cylinder walls will get fractionally out of spec, piston rings will wear slightly, etc.

You know, the normal stuff you get from a running engine.
 

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+1 to everyone.

Done right is the only way to do it. Dont be that guy that sits at a light and ligths the tire up just to seem cool not worth it in the long run.
 
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