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Old 12-09-2006, 11:45 PM   #1
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This is a really dumb question, but i figured I'd ask anyway. Correct me if im wrong but does the 99-04 V6 stang come with a T-5?? And how bad is doing a burnout?? Just to clarify, when i do them I rev it up to about 3 grand then drop the clutch. Also, is there a difference between the durability of an automatic and a manual?


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i dont know how bad it is but just so you know your only gonna be spinning one tire
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Re: burnouts

I think the auto would take more of a beating then a manual would. I wouldnt recommend doing to many nuetral slams with the auto though. The only thing that I could think of is if you dont have a line locker you may wear your brakes out in the rear if they activate when you are doing your burnout. Does anyone know if the rear brakes are on when your doing a burnout??? I imagine they would be...
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I'm pretty sure the rear brakes would be on.
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with the line locker the would be locked out without one they would be working I think its far better to do an auto than drop a manual due to the clutch and clutch wear.Just stick your auto in low place your foot on the brakes and slowly let more and more into the gas pedal then you will find your sweet spot.
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