My 1jz taking.first in Import Face off`s burnout contest in Tucson AZ

Turbo Habanero

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[video=youtube;qeBRZg2IQUc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeBRZg2IQUc&feature=youtube_gdata_player[/video]
 

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haha right on, bet my 1jz could too but the tires are too expensive for those 18's by 265
 

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My car is fully built but is only on 8psi with a T67 and i was using antilag to stay around 5500rpm only using first gear and no line lock. Just stock brakes

 

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Tires tell me you might want to refresh your LSD sir...

Also, I feel sorry for your oil temps. :p Nice burnout though.
 

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Car now has a destroyed trans and as far as the oil temp i dont have gauge so i couldn't monitor it. But all other gauges and temps were okay and i changed the oil today looked a okay =)
 

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Car now has a destroyed trans and as far as the oil temp i dont have gauge so i couldn't monitor it. But all other gauges and temps were okay and i changed the oil today looked a okay =)
Ugh, sorry to hear that man. I figure though if you're not running an oil cooler, doing that, standing still, in April in AZ (ambient temps around what, 90 yet?), your oil temps probably approached the high 200's... Then again, there's only so much an oil cooler can do if you're not moving... either way, if you want to keep an eye on engine life, have your oil analyzed. Quite fun to look into actually. ;)