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Old 09-07-2011, 07:16 PM   #1
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Burnouts!!!!!!

Want to see some pics or videos of your mustangs doing a sick smoke show !!!!!!!
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i just one earlier lol
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:38 PM   #3
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I've been buying half worn out tires just to cook them off lately ive gone through 4 pairs in the last month : )
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Bald tires : p
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i do a one wheel burn. i did one in a walmart parking lot as a cop passes through just got a warning
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Yay for one tire fires. I got a posi in mine with 3.73
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Re: Burnouts!!!!!!

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Want to see some pics or videos of your mustangs doing a sick smoke show !!!!!!!
Well here's one:
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Beautiful doing it like a boss !!
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Old 09-08-2011, 02:28 PM   #9
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Re: Burnouts!!!!!!

I can't afford new tires so I refrain from doing burn outs and that is not easy to do because I know it could do a great one.
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I can't afford new tires so I refrain from doing burn outs and that is not easy to do because I know it could do a great one.
I always spin 'em when entering a road in traffic. Through second.. I can't help it. Not even TCS stop the spinning. Lol
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Old 09-08-2011, 04:00 PM   #11
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Lol burnouts in walmart parking lot is fun
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Lol burnouts in walmart parking lot is fun
Heck ya just here recently I was surrounded by a bunch of diesels and I smoked them out lol
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Needed new tires anyways
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So....the story goes like this.
Im trying to leave my house and my neighbor was having a party I start my car he hears it and comes barreling down the driveway drink in hand splashing everywhere!..he says "HEY!! Where the f@©k you goin?!°"..i say "im leaving" he says "well you better do somethin cool with those new tires you got"
So I just ripped a holeshot and it was a one legger!!!...how humiliating!...2nd time this has happend wtf?!!..
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lol haha itll be ight haha
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What's the best way to do a burnout with a manual, do u pull the E-brake
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What's the best way to do a burnout with a manual, do u pull the E-brake
Rev up with the clutch in, go to about 3-4k rpms, drop the clutch, hold rpms between 3-4k rpms while you press the brake with your left foot. To stop just release the brake.
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Rev up with the clutch in, go to about 3-4k rpms, drop the clutch, hold rpms between 3-4k rpms while you press the brake with your left foot. To stop just release the brake.
Or heel toe it. I hate dumping the clutch.
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So then when I dump the clutch I immediately hit the brake right?
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So then when I dump the clutch I immediately hit the brake right?
Yep, once you get the wheels spinning, hit the brakes
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Thanks I'll have to practice that
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Thanks I'll have to practice that
Ha, yep. Practice makes perfect. Oh. And if your car can't do it, youre car has problems... My 04 sixxer breaks em loose at 3k no problem. (5-speed of course)
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Re: Burnouts!!!!!!

Easiest way is with a line-lock. I prefer to keep mine to the track...for a vid of that just look here:

MOV01658.mp4 video by brudge75 - Photobucket
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How much is it for a line lock and what does it require?
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Rev up with the clutch in, go to about 3-4k rpms, drop the clutch, hold rpms between 3-4k rpms while you press the brake with your left foot. To stop just release the brake.
That's how I do em in my schools parking lot
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MAKE SURE TRACTION CONTROL IS OFF if ur car has it, and line lock is always a good way to go. But practice makes perfect
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