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Old 02-29-2012, 10:14 PM   #1
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How can I launch with out spinning and burning out when I race
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Drive a slowmarrow

I'd say sticky tires, find your "sweet spot" rpm, do a warm burn out, make sure your locker is working
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Drive a slowmarrow

I'd say sticky tires, find your "sweet spot" rpm, do a warm burn out, make sure your locker is working
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What's locker and I herd from a friend if I rubb it to 2000 rpm then smash on the gas it will just take off with no burn out true or fasle haven't tryed it yet
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Launching is all about practice and (as mentioned) finding your sweet spot.

Some thing u can do are : sticky tire,better control arms,good shock,sub frame connetors, etc.

Most street tires will not benifit from a warm burnout.it may help a little to spin them just a little to clean them off.

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A locker will lock your rear tires together so they both spin equal all the time.I wouldn't really recomend them unless u see the track a lot.the stock t lock is pretty good in the 8.8 unless the clutches are worn.do a burnout and see if u leave 1 tire mark or 2.
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Launching is all about practice and (as mentioned) finding your sweet spot.

Some thing u can do are : sticky tire,better control arms,good shock,sub frame connetors, etc.

Most street tires will not benifit from a warm burnout.it may help a little to spin them just a little to clean them off.

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A locker will lock your rear tires together so they both spin equal all the time.I wouldn't really recomend them unless u see the track a lot.the stock t lock is pretty good in the 8.8 unless the clutches are worn.do a burnout and see if u leave 1 tire mark or 2.
Well most of thevtime I leave two but sometimes leaves one
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They are probably ok then
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Launching is all about practice and (as mentioned) finding your sweet spot.

Some thing u can do are : sticky tire,better control arms,good shock,sub frame connetors, etc.

Most street tires will not benifit from a warm burnout.it may help a little to spin them just a little to clean them off.

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A locker will lock your rear tires together so they both spin equal all the time.I wouldn't really recomend them unless u see the track a lot.the stock t lock is pretty good in the 8.8 unless the clutches are worn.do a burnout and see if u leave 1 tire mark or 2.
Yeah I didn't mean a full fledged locker the t lok is what I was referring to, yeah mines wore out for now, one wheel peels baby!
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They are probably ok then
What would it mean if it wasn't ok how could I tell and what can I do to fix it
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What would it mean if it wasn't ok how could I tell and what can I do to fix it
When both back tires are on equal footing (IE- pavement) both back tires should spin equally.
If they do not then the clutches in the Traction-Lock are getting worn out and it needs to be rebuilt.
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