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Old 05-21-2013, 09:05 PM   #36
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even holding down the break it won't loose tracion are u sure ur traction controll is off
No, holding the brake I could spend the tire, but just punching the gas without the break, I couldn't spin em
Basically something is wrong in my ABS sensors, My ABS light on my dash is on, meaning I have no ABS, and because ABS is on, my traction control, when you hit the traction control button the light comes on the says it's off, it is always off because of the ABS aka the off button is lit on traction control

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Yellow in corner is the word off on trac control button



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Old 05-21-2013, 09:33 PM   #37
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yea that's normal because usually burnout you have to hold it for a while unless h have a high horse power car then you can do insta but outs but even then u have to hold the break to loose traction so u have no problem
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Old 05-21-2013, 09:42 PM   #38
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yea that's normal because usually burnout you have to hold it for a while unless h have a high horse power car then you can do insta but outs but even then u have to hold the break to loose traction so u have no problem
Not technically I had a 3.6 firebird that spun them like crazy just flooring it, Honestly it seems really close to burning out when I just smashed the pedal, I think when I get the pedal mod done I might be able to chirp them
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yea you ll be able too ad mine has some extra power so i chirp in 3rd
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yea you ll be able too ad mine has some extra power so i chirp in 3rd
Manual or auto
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Old 05-21-2013, 10:27 PM   #41
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auto natic i am geting a b&n shifter though
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I'm glad, and not glad that i dont have that traction control problem, my car doesnt even have TC, and I don't even know how to turn off your ABS like Sluder4 said.

I hit my brakes and turn and burn, lol
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Old 05-22-2013, 07:03 AM   #43
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I'm glad, and not glad that i dont have that traction control problem, my car doesnt even have TC, and I don't even know how to turn off your ABS like Sluder4 said.

I hit my brakes and turn and burn, lol
No u can't turn abs on and off, it's like a check engine light for your brakes
In the front the abs sensors are just stuck on, and light can come on because of those if dirt gets in there
So it could just be simple fix, just ain't nobody got time for that
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auto natic i am geting a b&n shifter though
I think u mean b&m, and what exactly do they do
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auto natic i am geting a b&n shifter though
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auto natic i am geting a b&n shifter though
What is it though
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it's a shifter that you can controll all your gears when ever u want and it prolapse you old shifter and it looks like this

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it's a shifter that you can controll all your gears when ever u want and it prolapse you old shifter and it looks like this
Question is how does it let you control your gears on an auto, is it like new cars where you can put in drive but also has a slap shift?
Or does it change car to Manual minus clutch perminatly
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no drive and ten when u qanat shift u can
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no drive and ten when u qanat shift u can
Yeah just read up on it, seems cool to have a bump shifter especially if your like me and have an automatic mustang and a 5 speed
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Well Andre I just got done doing the pedal mod, I officially love it
I've barely hit the gas, and I start spinning the tires
If I go to take off, and hit the gas about halfway, they already start spinding, and they spin for a a while
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Well Andre I just got done doing the pedal mod, I officially love it
I've barely hit the gas, and I start spinning the tires
If I go to take off, and hit the gas about halfway, they already start spinding, and they spin for a a while
got pics of how it looks from underneath the dash?
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got pics of how it looks from underneath the dash?
Lol no lemme go snap some
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Yeah just read up on it, seems cool to have a bump shifter especially if your like me and have an automatic mustang and a 5 speed
How do you have a 5 speed auto?
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I knew something was off with that post LOL

OD is your 4th and last gear
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How do you have a 5 speed auto?
I have 2 mustangs
Both 2000 v6
Green is auto
Black is a 5 speed
Most of the people I talk to regularly like Andre already know that so I didn't specify
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Old 05-22-2013, 01:31 PM   #57
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I knew something was off with that post LOL

OD is your 4th and last gear
Lol that's what I thought so I'm like, what lol

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I have 2 mustangs
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Green is auto
Black is a 5 speed
Most of the people I talk to regularly like Andre already know that so I didn't specify
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Gotcha lol. Nice rides.
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Lol that's what I thought so I'm like, what lol

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Gotcha lol. Nice rides.
Lol ya sorry for the confusion
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I used an inch if this rubber tube was perfect for what I needed
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I used an inch if this rubber tube was perfect for what I needed
Did you change your mind after seeing what I did, you said you were gonna use nylon spacers on the other tread ?
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No I did have time to go to the store lol so zip ties( I did take that idea lol) and some old extra motorcycle gas line lol took ten min and feels great
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With it being rubber, does it have any give?

Like compress at all when u get in it
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No it's like thick rubber so it doesn't give I really like
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No it's like thick rubber so it doesn't give I really like
Good, I sliced my fingers 2 times today dealing with nylon spacer


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just use a hack saw lol thats how i cut my spacer
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I'm sorry to hear , I cut it then cut it down the middle and pulled the cable off the TB to have more room someone said it was easier then put it on and 3 zip ties

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I used wire snips lol
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that was me lol...easy way to unhook the cable first
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just use a hack saw lol thats how i cut my spacer
Lol cable slack wasn't the problem, I used hacksaw, that's how it happened, let off pressure for a second and slipped
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