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    smoky burnout with an e46 m3

    Just an FYI if you were wondering if we could. Disable the traction control, drop the clutch at a few thousand rpms and lightly tap the brake pedal a few times as the rear tires light up. Works great! lots of fun but will definitely result in increased tire costs down the road.

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    Jesus christ...

    Go to an autocross or something. If you're wondering whether an e46 m3 can do a burnout it's the wrong car for you.

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    Even better, just grab some dish soap and put it on the tires. You will get the hollywood effect of smoke that way.
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    Hold DSC and Sport mode button down for 4 seconds - while flashing your high beams 3 times. That will put the car in burnout mode.

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