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Old 04-30-2012, 05:47 PM
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how to get black smoke

I want to get some black smoke without breaking the bank. Any suggestions?
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Not to sound like a a-hole Do we wanna go there?
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why!!!!!!!!
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I guess?
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Simple recipe:

In the bed of your truck put: 1 tire + 1 gallon of gas + 1 lit match+=tons of smoke

Man are you in for it, get 'im boys
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Oh god here we go again.
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I'm guessing you all get this a lot. lol
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Actually since gas,diesel and tires are to expensive now. a walmart bag on the intake is the cheapest route

If your looking for power with a little smoke then custom tunes on a sctx3 is the only way to go. if your looking to roll coal all over the place, dont. its not cool. im 18 and i dont think its cool, if that tells you anything
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Recipe for soot:

1 plastic bag
1' of duct take

Place plastic bag over air filter, use duct tape to secure plastic bag. Now go enjoy.

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I'm guessing you all get this a lot. lol
Black Smoke = Wasted Power = More EPA regulations.
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