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Old 09-03-2008, 01:54 PM   #1
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Exclamation CAN ANYONE HELP ME OUT WITH THIS???

OK, HERE'S WHAT I GOT GOING ON...

I will be at the Rumble on the River rally.... I am going to take my motard...

I am going to enter the BURNOUT competition and show the cruiser guys how it's supposed to be done!


HERE IS WHERE I NEED HELP....


I HAVE GOOGLED AND GOOGLED... CAN SOMEONE PLEASE FIND ME SOMETHING USEFUL ON HOW TO GO ABOUT CHANGING THE COLOR OF MY SMOKE??????????????????


***(yes, i know they make tires that have colored pigments)***


I am using what is left of my stock tire... and am looking for something to pour on it... or something...

PREFERABLY RED/BLUE/GREEN ARE THE COLORS I WOULD LIKE TO PORTRAY



ANY USEFUL HELP WOULD BE GRATEFUL... THE RALLY IS THE 19TH... BUT WOULD LIKE TO FIND SOMETHING OUT BEFORE THEN SO MAYBE I CAN TEST IT OUT BEFORE HAND ON MY TRUCK OR SOMETHING
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Old 09-03-2008, 01:58 PM   #2
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bleach will give you a yellow color if i remember but i dont know if i would want to ride home on that tire after a burn out in clorox!
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bleach will give you a yellow color if i remember but i dont know if i would want to ride home on that tire after a burn out in clorox!

i am blowing the tire... so it won't matter...


would really love to find a way to have red/or blue
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put a bunch of red smoke bombs under your tail and light them right before you go! =p
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put a smoke bomb under the bike!
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colored tires as you have mentioned:http://nutrition.mcdonalds.com/bagam...ion_facts.html

ok; searched forums...

APPARENTLY MOUNTAIN DUE MAKES IT GREEN, BUT WILL DRY UP QUICKLY.

Experiment w sodas? lol... was from a Mustang forum, said burning out in mt due makes it green... add a washer pump and reservoir to the rear of the bike and spray as you go?
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I was thinking a reservoir system as well. Another thought would be a large syringe with food coloring. Just put a small tube on the end and route it with zip ties. You could meter it yourself with the left hand once off the clutch. Or get fancy and zip tie the syringe near the clutch so you can push the plunger with your thumb. Oh, and I sure the want to see a video of this.
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Old 09-04-2008, 12:31 PM   #8
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add some lighter fluid and a match.
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I remember posting some instructions on this thread about how to make colored smoke..... does anyone know where my post went?? It's mysteriously gone.
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