Harley-Davidson F-250 Diesel Bird’s-Eye Burnout: Tire Smokin’ Tuesday

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Plush, motorcycle-themed F-250 looks great, sounds great and effortlessly roasts the big rear tires.

This week’s “Tire Smokin’ Tuesday” video comes to us from the Truckkin454 YouTube channel and it features a Harley-Davidson Edition Ford F-250 named “CoalCaine” doing a series of massive burnouts. The action is captured by a drone, giving us a unique perspective of the tire-slaying action, high above the ground and free of the obstruction of the smoke that often comes with burnouts filmed from the ground.

The Machine

The truck in action in the video above is a Ford F-250 Super Duty with the Harley-Davidson Edition package from the 2005 through 2007 model years. We also know that it is powered by a 6.0-liter PowerStroke engine that delivered 325 horsepower and 570 lb-ft of torque in stock form, but based on the sound of this truck, we are going to guess that this turbo diesel mill is making more power than stock.

Ford F-250 Harley-Davidson Burnout Start

If nothing else, the truck has exhaust upgrades, but we would guess that it has at least been tuned to yield more power, making this F-250 a formidable foe for any tires. As a result, this Super Duty roasts the tires time after time without much work, leading to some incredible clouds of rubber smoke.

Harley-Davidson Edition Ford F-250 Side

Bird’s-Eye Burnout

As the video begins, the Ford F-250 Harley-Davidson Edition quickly spins the tires for a few seconds, creating a little smoke and possibly leading you to wonder whether this clip is worth your time, but be patient. After that test hit, the driver hammers down and really lets the truck stretch its legs, at which point the real smoke show begins. The truck spews smoke for about 20 seconds before rolling forward and bringing the burnout to an end, but the video ends with one more quick tire-slaying session with the drone filming from behind.

Harley-Davidson Edition Ford F-250 Burnout End

Both burnouts sound incredible, so crank up your speakers and enjoy!

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