Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts achievements

Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts

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Wheels on Fire in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts

Wheels on Fire60 (20)

Burn an opponent's vehicle until it falls apart at the seams

  • Unlocked by 3,357 tracked gamers (28% - TA Ratio = 2.98) 11,968  

Achievement Guide for Wheels on Fire

698,128 (437,428)
Achievement won on 14 Aug 09
TA Score for this game: 2,220
Posted on 15 August 09 at 11:50, Edited on 25 September 14 at 20:22
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This solution is for using the L.O.G vehicle, but you can use your own with either a flamethrower or the laser.

The event you must race in is the 'Big Rimmed Race Off'

When the race starts quickly press cn_Y to jump out and cn_B to edit the vehicle, this pauses the race.

Now in this edit mode select the two flame throwers on either side and place them facing forward on top of the two front wheels, now exit the edit and quickly get back in the vehicle to resume the race, you will need to catch up but the AI isnt that hard.

Once near another race press cn_X to use the flamethrower, try your best to spin them so you can hit them side on, burn them until the achievement unlocks.

Note: when i completely destroyed a vehicle (all wheels fell off and car collapsed) i did not get the achievement but when i destroyed one wheel i got it when the opponent respawned.

Here's a video demonstration.
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