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Old 05-31-2015, 11:39 AM   #1
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With a tuner, but may I ask why you would want to?


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With a tuner, but may I ask why you would want to?


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If you have a stock driveshaft that's not smart to remove it
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If you have a stock driveshaft that's not smart to remove it

Yo you have the same car as me i know u done work to it what have u done?


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My totally stock v6 could do brake stand burnouts no problem
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Yo you have the same car as me i know u done work to it what have u done?


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One wheel peel? If you really feel the need to do burnouts, at least swap the rear end or install a tlok so you can spin both. Nothing quite as embarrassing as leaving one tire mark down the road...or the strip.


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You don't remove the rev limiter to do a burn out. With the 2005-10 it is pretty easy to do a burnout, of course with the open diff you will only have a one wheel burnout. To make it easier just get the tires a little wet and they will spin.

Removing the rev limiter is not a good idea at all. With the interference style of valve set up the rev limiter is there to keep you from damaging the engine and have pistons and valves become one.
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