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Best brodies "360's" competition

Got this idea from a thread about doing 360's after skiing. Do it in a safe place. I am not responsible for your actions. Here is one of mine


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Got this idea from a thread about doing 360's after skiing. Do it in a safe place. I am not responsible for your actions. Here is one of mine


https://www.dropbox.com/s/3sf8rtl619...%29~2.mp4?dl=0
You have a funny accent. You pronounce donuts as brodies.

I thought a brody is a U turn?!?

In slang terms where I grew up it was hittin or bustin' a bitch.

"You passed the street, bust a bitch". You pulled a U-ey as fast as you could in any means possible. E brake, yards, didn't matter. You just bust a bitch.

Then again, I am white, and I can read sign....


Gang signs.

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Used it that term because of another thread. I say doughnuts. Or 360's . for 180's I say uye or ebrake .
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Used it that term because of another thread. I say doughnuts. Or 360's . for 180's I say uye or ebrake .
I knew where you were pulling brodies from. Lol

Cyclones are more fun to pull. Also requires more skill. Never tried on a Tundy. The FJ did fuggin sweet cyclones.


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Used it that term because of another thread. I say doughnuts. Or 360's . for 180's I say uye or ebrake .
I knew where you were pulling brodies from. Lol

Cyclones are more fun to pull. Also requires more skill. Never tried on a Tundy. The FJ did fuggin sweet cyclones.


I was hoping to get it going but snow was to soft and the nittos were digging down to pavement. That was in 4 wheel drive and I am not sure all the traction control was off. I don't f$@$ around a lot. Not much opportunity to. In 2 wheel drive I press the button twice did same withb4 wheel drive but didn't show same lights. I have to read manual about shutting off trc in 4 wheel drive.

I hate traction controll
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In 2wd, best I have managed was stage 2 off. Press and hold.

Stage 3 press and hold, then do it again just turned into one wheel wonders unless enough speed/weight distribution.


I have done stage 2 donuts on dry pavement. Lol.


4wd I just haven't tried cyclones. Truck has too much fr weight bias.


Other than the bouncing you did good. I figured at the end when I saw the clean pavement that it was warmer and you were just biting/digging through the snow.


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Thanks, I hope to see other videos !!!!!!! It doesnt have to be in the snow. It can be dirt or street. It was a little beat up in there and like I said digging down to cement, the combo caused the bouncing. Didn't even bother in 2 wheel drive with the nittos , I wouldn't be able to move. I meant I haven't played around in the tundra much yet. I played around in every car and vehicle I ever owned. I would do donuts in my front wheel drive cars. Slap that birch in reverse turn the wheel and away we go. I will post more tomorrow hopefully

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Back in my decade of negligence, the 1980's, I tried to cover it all with "brodies, burn-offs and bake outs." Sigh.

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I have been driving for 24 years now. It's still fun to donuts..... Drift..... I was drifting before it was a sport. Granted most have been on dirt ,snow, or wet pavement because of lack of power .


in 1995 I had a 1980 chevy chevette 4 door. Bought it for 100$ beat the crap out of it and sold it 2 years later for 200$ . that car was great in the wet for donuts or whatever. Ebrake it into a slide then release ,and then stomp on the gas pedal . once it started sliding it was great. I could only do 180 ebrakes in the dry conditions with that car. Little 4 banger.

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Corvette 4 door?
I assume Chevette
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E brake in a front wheel drive is fun, but not the same.
Put that same front wheel drive in reverse and do Donuts, now there's some fun.

P.S. I do not endorse this activity, especially in a pickup. It's irresponsible + dangerous = :-)
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E brake in a front wheel drive is fun, but not the same.
Put that same front wheel drive in reverse and do Donuts, now there's some fun.

P.S. I do not endorse this activity, especially in a pickup. It's irresponsible + dangerous = :-)
Had a couple,of Hyundai exels stick. And a caddy with front wheel drive and the 4100 motor. Rverse donut are fun !!!!!!
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Yes I corrected hat . auto spell with my cell phone sucks. Sorry for all the spelling and grammar mistakes.
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