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Old 09-03-2012, 05:59 PM   #1
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burnouts?

I have a 2009 mustang V6 happens to be an automatic, I've seen people do it I'm just not sure how they lock up just their front brakes and make the rears spin and smoke up how do I do it? It's gotta be possible.
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Old 09-03-2012, 06:33 PM   #2
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It's called power brake. Just hold the brake and floor it. If the car has enough power it will over power the rear brakes and the smoke show will follow. Sometimes a little water in front of the rear wheels will assist to get em going.

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I suppose it's possible they have a line lock...but I doubt it. A line lock is something drag cars use. Ya press the brakes to the floor flip the switch which locks the front brakes when you release the pedal the rear brake release and the front brakes hold until you flip the switch back off.
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Old 09-03-2012, 07:48 PM   #3
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I'll give it a try, thankss!
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I'll give it a try, thankss!
It works...... I know..... It's also called a brake stand...... It kills your tires
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Re: burnouts?

Press the brake to the floor, then give it a good amount of gas. You don't even have to floor the gas to get the wheels to brake loose. But since you have a V6 you have an open differential and not an LSD (Traction Lock) which means when you lose traction only one wheel will spin to try and keep traction. So you will have what people call a "one wheel peel"
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Also take off the TCS
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Old 09-04-2012, 06:34 AM   #7
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Re: burnouts?

If it wont spin, dump some oil on your back tires. We use to do that in the company truck fun fun fun! Its hard on your car and tires.
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Re: burnouts?

Brake torque is a balance between enough brake pressure to hold the front tires, and let the rear tires overcome the brake pressure and the torque convertor stall on an automatic. With a stick it is a little trickier - without a set of line locks you have to be quick off the clutch and on to the brake (and should be in second gear) requiring some good heel/toe skill.

You don't need oil on the ground. A little water on the tires is what you need to give them a little slip.
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Put some bleach on the rears and you'll get that pretty bluish white smoke that you see in magazines and videos.
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It was wet outside today, I got them going seriously well full blown smoke cloud surrounded my car it was soo cool!
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It was wet outside today, I got them going seriously well full blown smoke cloud surrounded my car it was soo cool!
Sweet!!!!!
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It should lay tire like a champ. My 06 V6 auto loves putting on a show
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So if it isn't that means i have a lack of power for some reason?
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I don't see why you would have a lack of power, mine was bone stock and had no issues. Make sure your traction control is off, mash your brake stuff your gas and enjoy.
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I don't see why you would have a lack of power, mine was bone stock and had no issues. Make sure your traction control is off, mash your brake stuff your gas and enjoy.
I told him above to make sure his TCS was off I guess heh still has it on.
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I told him above to make sure his TCS was off I guess heh still has it on.
Nope my car isn't equipped with tcs and I did it a little while ago I had to get on the gas first then the brake! Tires burned out no problem!
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Wow ok I thought that was standard equipment. Sorry
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Wow ok I thought that was standard equipment. Sorry
Hey no harm no foul I wish I had tcs it probably would've saved me from an accident about a month ago!
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Hey no harm no foul I wish I had tcs it probably would've saved me from an accident about a month ago!
You crashed your mustang........what?!*! Explain yourself
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Well it was a 4 car pile up on the interstate entrance ramp. It was raining and we were coming down of the bridge when the guy in front of me failed to see the stopped traffic in front of him he didn't apply brakes hammered the car in front of him i was right behind him so when i applied my brakes my car stated to slide and a car behind me slammed into me making me hit the guy in front! Irony is he caused the accident and was able to drive his rust bucket dodge intrepid home while i was out of commission for a month and a half!
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Old 09-05-2012, 02:40 PM   #21
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Oh man that sucks, I hate dodges.
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Old 09-05-2012, 03:59 PM   #22
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How can you tell if your TCS is on or not?
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Old 09-05-2012, 05:20 PM   #23
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It says it on the tcs button it will light up
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I don't have that button.
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Old 09-05-2012, 05:44 PM   #25
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Than its always off..
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Old 09-05-2012, 06:04 PM   #26
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Well ok then.
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Ok I wasn't going to say anything because another person didn't notice where the TCS button was until we told him. The TCS button is located next to the hazard button next to the lighter adapter above the radio
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Ya but mine was bone àss stock when I got mine. I could only do the one wheel peel. But with my 19x10's in the back, she needs a little assistance.
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Should I be able to do it with 3.31's? I don't know if T-Loc came on the pony package.
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Should I be able to do it with 3.31's? I don't know if T-Loc came on the pony package.
My stock 07 pony package is one tire fire also. Not sure what gears are in it though but when you take off a little hard or just dump the clutch it will light it up.
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If you want to make 11s your best bet would to get a LSD diff.
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Press the brake to the floor, then give it a good amount of gas. You don't even have to floor the gas to get the wheels to brake loose. But since you have a V6 you have an open differential and not an LSD (Traction Lock) which means when you lose traction only one wheel will spin to try and keep traction. So you will have what people call a "one wheel peel"
hahahaha,,never heard that one,,one wheel peel,,thats funny
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hahahaha,,never heard that one,,one wheel peel,,thats funny
Neither had I until he said that. I thought it was a one tire fire
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Or a one wheel wonder
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