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Old 07-15-2011, 06:47 PM   #1
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factory tune?

Does anyone know if a 2007 mustang gt has a safety mechanism that keeps you from doing burnouts. I was wanting to take my car to the track so I was going to see if how it would be. It's a clutch car so I figured get the rpms up and disengage the clutch, then brake. But it just nose dived and lost all power??? maybe I'm just doing it wrong. If I am let me know.
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Does anyone know if a 2007 mustang gt has a safety mechanism that keeps you from doing burnouts. I was wanting to take my car to the track so I was going to see if how it would be. It's a clutch car so I figured get the rpms up and disengage the clutch, then brake. But it just nose dived and lost all power??? maybe I'm just doing it wrong. If I am let me know.
turn off traction control
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and no your doing it right..thats how i do it.. just be fast or youll get a jolt or it will just turn off
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and no your doing it right..thats how i do it.. just be fast or youll get a jolt or it will just turn off
What rmp are you reving too before you engage the clutch?
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What rmp are you reving too before you engage the clutch?
i put it in first and keep the clutch and gas down and rev it just enough so it doesnt turn off or give a big jolt...usually around 2500 0r 3000 then i quickly release the clutch and hit the brakes..then from there make sure u rev it a little more then just rev it until u get the tires lit.
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Get it to break loose (lose traction) before you brake
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Get it to break loose (lose traction) before you brake
is that so u dont use up the brakes as much or so it doesnt jerk or ?
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is that so u dont use up the brakes as much or so it doesnt jerk or ?
If not its your front grip against your rear grip. It's only about a fraction of a sec it takes. It's hard on your front end. You may just be stalling out bc you didn't keep the rpms up. Once you brake get a little more on the gas then when it starts spinning ease off bc it doesn't take much power once your spinning. Once you're good at working all 3 peddles you'll be able to burn thru 3rd lol. But there's no need unless you're getting rid of old tires lol
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Lol, seriously, it's so easy... My 04 v6 can burnout so easily. All you do is rev to 3000, drop the clutch. Once the wheels are spinning then you hit the brakes and keep it within 3000-4000 and you're good.
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If not its your front grip against your rear grip. It's only about a fraction of a sec it takes. It's hard on your front end. You may just be stalling out bc you didn't keep the rpms up. Once you brake get a little more on the gas then when it starts spinning ease off bc it doesn't take much power once your spinning. Once you're good at working all 3 peddles you'll be able to burn thru 3rd lol. But there's no need unless you're getting rid of old tires lol
Just got rid of a set today!!!
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Just got rid of a set today!!!
Nice lol. I do that with my bike until it catches on fire and pops lol. Easier to remove that way haha. I'm afraid of messing up my rear paint on my car. I spin by accident sometimes going into 2nd with these cheap *** sumitomos
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What kind of bike you got???

you know I burned through second a lot with my BFG's but I got a cheaper set for now and they stick better slamming through second!!!!
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What kind of bike you got???

you know I burned through second a lot with my BFG's but I got a cheaper set for now and they stick better slamming through second!!!!
1000rr. Pretty much just for the track though. Not very street legal anymore. Putting down 183rwhp lol
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haha dang...that's a little much for me...I'm good on the 929..much further and it's iffy for my skills.
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haha dang...that's a little much for me...I'm good on the 929..much further and it's iffy for my skills.
I only ride all out on road courses. I baby her on the street lol. A bunch of hardleys were reving up and talking about each others bikes and I sent mine to 14k rpms and got everyone's attention lol. Full titanium motoGP Arrow exhaust
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yeah I'm a careful rider..........hahah ohhh nice just piss them all off haha...some lady the other day at a redlight told me the bike was too loud for her son..at idle...so I just revved it to be an ***
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yeah I'm a careful rider..........hahah ohhh nice just piss them all off haha...some lady the other day at a redlight told me the bike was too loud for her son..at idle...so I just revved it to be an ***
Nice. Back when I had my old 600 I power wheelied shifting to second, stopped at a light and some woman said ppl like me are why ppl die on motorcycles...I burned thru second and filled her car up with smoke haha. Back in my hooligan days lol
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haha got told I was going to get killed on the same trip!!! haha just gave the guy a thumbs up!!!
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haha got told I was going to get killed on the same trip!!! haha just gave the guy a thumbs up!!!
Yeah I get called an organ donor all the time
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Re: factory tune?

Rev to 3,000 rpm's before dropping the hammer & you'll burn out even with the TCS on. I was having this problem constantly in my 07 GT. It got worse after I purchased my tuner.
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Never burnout with the TCS on. It could cause more wheel hop which will end up tearing the rear end up. Then you will be buying more than just tires,lol.
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Never burnout with the TCS on. It could cause more wheel hop which will end up tearing the rear end up. Then you will be buying more than just tires,lol.
So glad I don't have it at all lol
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Ohhh TCS ****ed me the first day I had my car....I was just being a dick trying to showing off and went to burn 'em I get about halfway into it and all the power cuts off and I just cruise on...........felt like such a ****** bag :/
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