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Old 05-02-2013, 11:49 PM   #1
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How do you burnout in a 2013 V6 Mustang?

How do you burnout in a 2013 V6 Mustang? I heard that i need to push down the traction control down for like 5-10 and that will shut everything but it didn't work so i dont really know if its my problem or the V6 doesn't burnout at all.
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:20 AM   #2
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You gotta hold down on the brake when you push the button.
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^+1^ hold the brake bro, then hold the TC button for five seconds until the TC light turns on. If that still doesn't work! Buy a manual!!!!!
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Auto or manual? The auto you pretty much can't do it because Ford put something in the computer to cut power at a certain rpm if the wheels try to break lose at a stand still.
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Like I said... Buy a muscle car in manual... Your own fault for not getting a stick, homie. Sorry bro. Should have followed the golden rule! It is --- BUY A MANUAL!
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Why do you want to burn out? Traction is the key to quicker starts and longer tire life.
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Why do you want to burn out? Traction is the key to quicker starts and longer tire life.
Because mustang.
Does that answer any other questions you may have?
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^+1^ I've haven't done a single since my new 1,300 dollar tires. I'm scared I'm burning cash.

Hey man, you own a very shifty, magical engine. The 11+ coyote is a marvel. Enjoy it, don't **** it up.
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Because mustang.
Does that answer any other questions you may have?
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because mustang.
Does that answer any other questions you may have?
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Because mustang.
Does that answer any other questions you may have?
So, while your spinning the tires, I'm down the road, smiling ear to ear.

It's all about getting from point A to B in the quickest time, thats a muscle car; the serious runners do everything to aviod this, as it does not win them any wallys at the end of the day. Tire shops win though.
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The only way to override the torque management system is with a tune. Turning TCS and advance track off won't do it.

The 2013 transmission programming is different from the 2011-12.
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Maybe it is different on the 13 but on my 12 it's as simple as holding the break and traction control button to turn off traction control. Then I just hold my break and rev over 2k... Instant burnout

Just be sure not to bounce off the rev limiter... This has been shown to be very very bad for our cars and can cause big issues...
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Why do you want to burn out? Traction is the key to quicker starts and longer tire life.
You bought a mustang, short tire life and bad gas mileage comes with if.

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Maybe it is different on the 13 but on my 12 it's as simple as holding the break and traction control button to turn off traction control. Then I just hold my break and rev over 2k... Instant burnout

Just be sure not to bounce off the rev limiter... This has been shown to be very very bad for our cars and can cause big issues...
The '13 has a torque management system in the computer that will not allow it to happen even with traction control off, the only way to bypass it is through a tune.
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You bought a mustang, short tire life and bad gas mileage comes with if.

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You bought a Mustang, responsibility comes with it. Intelligence one should have before they buy it.
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For your viewing pleasure.

Seems like it is a rental so it has to be an auto.

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For your viewing pleasure.

Seems like it is a rental so it has to be an auto.

He should be yelling AMERICA! AMERICA!.

Sorry it reminded me of the top gear us episode when tanner was doing doughnuts in the ford F450 dually LOL
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Here is me in my 13 v6 mustang auto


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My 13 traction control and advance trac turns off when brake is pressed along with button.
But I've got a manual
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For your viewing pleasure.

Seems like it is a rental so it has to be an auto.


Looks A LOT like Ontario, CA. Where I grew up!
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Turn the traction button off , then hold the brake and the gas
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And another one.. I don't wanna stop. But I know it's bad.

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Turn the traction button off , then hold the brake and the gas
You are correct for Mustangs through the 2012 model year. Ford changed the programming starting in 2013
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Ohhh well mine is a 2012 that's why
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Seems like it is a rental so it has to be an auto.

Lol, that's how you drive a rental or your girlfriends car.
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2013 V6 Mustang burnout - YouTube
So why are you guys saying it's not possible to burn out with a 2013 auto V6 and this guy is doing it? I have a 2014 V6 auto haven't tried it yet reason why was because I was told it wasn't possible to do a burn out in a 2013-2014 V6 auto due to the program.
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He uses a running start. Watch and he jumps forward and then hits the brake, or at least that is how it appears on my phone. It looks just like a manual transmission burnout with the car rolling forward first. And he rolls a little further before getting the car to stop - most tracks don't allow you to move forward much and prefer a good brake stand
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You bought a mustang, short tire life and bad gas mileage comes with if.
Nada. My Mustang gets better gas mileage than any car I've owned and the tires seem to be holding up really well.
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I don't know that I'd be wanting to do burn outs but I guess that's cause my rear tires are like $350 each
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I was a the track yesterday & I burned out without a problem!
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Like I said... Buy a muscle car in manual... Your own fault for not getting a stick, homie. Sorry bro. Should have followed the golden rule! It is --- BUY A MANUAL!

Damn right!

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