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Braking systems are biased to the front brakes (most of the car's stopping power is in the front brakes).

So, finding the least amount of brake pressure that will hold the car still and still spin the tires shouldn't hurt your rear brakes much at all. In fact, as long as the car is not moving, it should take less pedal pressure to hold the car still than coming to a stop in normal driving (meaning your rear brakes aren't even working that hard during the burnout).
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