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Old 10-10-2012, 05:30 PM   #1
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One legger burnouts - Traction-Lok clutches?

I have been noticed when I burnout my passenger side tire only spins, I think it may be time for a rebuilt right?
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Are you coming to a stop then doing it?


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For instance at the track ( or street ), back up about 7 or 8 feet for good measure then do it. Both tires should now spin. Common problem I've found with the t-lok
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Old 10-10-2012, 06:17 PM   #3
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Are you coming to a stop then doing it?

Try this
For instance at the track ( or street ), back up about 7 or 8 feet for good measure then do it. Both tires should now spin. Common problem I've found with the t-lok
Yeah I have been doing it at a complete stop, should i got to reverse then right to first and do it?
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Yeah I go to a complete stop then roll in reverse about 7-8 feet like said and do it then. Spin both tires no problem... I get a weird look from other guys at stoplights sometimes though lol
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Lol your not a honda.. I used to only burn one tire.. only because One tire was better than the other .

get new tires or record your burnout so I can see if both tires are spinning
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And how many miles do you have on your rear-end? Some T-Loks don't do it, but then again, they don't have 150000 miles on them either... Like mine
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Mine has 171k On my rear end ( Besides my 373 Gears ) and I still burnout and go slide ways like a champ
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I have 103k on this motor and I can go sideways like a champ too but idk man today was weird with it, I getting 3.73 gears soon along with a rebuild
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Did you rebuild yours when you had the gears put in?
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I have the same problem, I was told to add some "friction modifier" to my rear end, or do a rebuild. Scared me a bit getting a little sideways at the strip!
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I have the same problem, I was told to add some "friction modifier" to my rear end, or do a rebuild. Scared me a bit getting a little sideways at the strip!
Mine one legs it some times I noticed that tires and certain pavement makes a difference

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Mine one legs it some times I noticed that tires and certain pavement makes a difference
I like to rap that sucker up in the rpm's then let loose that makes a difference...
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Mine one legs it some times I noticed that tires and certain pavement makes a difference

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I like to rap that sucker up in the rpm's then let loose that makes a difference...
Road surface dose matter at the strip I put it in 1st roll forward a little hit the brake and gas and I get them both spinning with that rear end getting a little side ways , on the streets I can only one to spend most of the time it depends on the road type
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