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Old 11-10-2013, 01:06 PM   #1
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I remember someone saying that they couldn't break the tires loose even if they tried? This v6 can definitely lay down 30 ft of rubber easy with the right mods. I wasn't even trying to burnout here and the car laid down rubber until I let off the gas and shifted into second. It got sideway shifting into second to.

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If you were not trying to do a burnout y did you hold the brake down and floor it at the same time lol o and nice burn out the newer v6 have plenty of power for burnouts
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I remember someone saying that they couldn't break the tires loose even if they tried? This v6 can definitely lay down 30 ft of rubber easy with the right mods. I wasn't even trying to burnout here and the car laid down rubber until I let off the gas and shifted into second. It got sideway shifting into second to.
My basically stock '14 v6 can lay 100+ feet. Beast mode bud
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If I was trying to do a proper burnout I would have held my foot on the break, brought the revs up to 2500 rpm , than let my foot off the break, floor the car, and than put my foot back on the break to keep the car in place and begin smoking em.

I hit the break for a second after hitting the gas cause there was a squirrel in the road which I ran over but tried not to. The result was this semi burnout and I thought it was pretty cool looking lol

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My basically stock '14 v6 can lay 100+ feet. Beast mode bud
You have a stick I assume? My cars an automatic
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If I was trying to do a proper burnout I would have held my foot on the break, brought the revs up to 2500 rpm , than let my foot off the break, floor the car, and than put my foot back on the break to keep the car in place and begin smoking em. I hit the break for a second after hitting the gas cause there was a squirrel in the road which I ran over but tried not to. The result was this semi burnout and I thought it was pretty cool looking lol
Just put the brake down a bit and pin it lol. Mines manual so i just dump my clutch
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If I was trying to do a proper burnout I would have held my foot on the break, brought the revs up to 2500 rpm , than let my foot off the break, floor the car, and than put my foot back on the break to keep the car in place and begin smoking em.

I hit the break for a second after hitting the gas cause there was a squirrel in the road which I ran over but tried not to. The result was this semi burnout and I thought it was pretty cool looking lol

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You have a stick I assume? My cars an automatic
nice . poor squirrel lol your car sounds good man
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nice . poor squirrel lol your car sounds good man
Thanks brother! Im assuming you have a Mach 1. Your Mach I think is one of the loveliest sounding mustangs out there. The 4.6 had a killer, deep, menacing exhaust note. Anything done to it?
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Not much done to it yet I put a racing stage 2 clutch in some after market control armsand i just put some wider tires in the back I'm getting a tuner/4.10s/and long tubes in December for a Christmas present to my self lol and maybe a short throw shifter
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Yea the auto v6 is a little harder to lay rubber in since they put that stupid computer to cut power if you try to burnout with the brake on. Manuals are a little easier.

The new V6s are pretty powerful, being able to lay rubber like that is impressive.
But can you lay rubber all the way through 1st gear then most of second gear (why i love torque)?
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Yea the auto v6 is a little harder to lay rubber in since they put that stupid computer to cut power if you try to burnout with the brake on. Manuals are a little easier.

The new V6s are pretty powerful, being able to lay rubber like that is impressive.
But can you lay rubber all the way through 1st gear then most of second gear (why i love torque)?
As a matter of fact I can, and still get a good chirp in third
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As a matter of fact I can, and still get a good chirp in third
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Yea the auto v6 is a little harder to lay rubber in since they put that stupid computer to cut power if you try to burnout with the brake on. Manuals are a little easier. The new V6s are pretty powerful, being able to lay rubber like that is impressive. But can you lay rubber all the way through 1st gear then most of second gear (why i love torque)?
Did it with my auto and stock 2.73 gearing :p
It shifted into 2nd
I'm pretty sure that was terrible on the transmission...
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Yea the auto v6 is a little harder to lay rubber in since they put that stupid computer to cut power if you try to burnout with the brake on. Manuals are a little easier. The new V6s are pretty powerful, being able to lay rubber like that is impressive. But can you lay rubber all the way through 1st gear then most of second gear (why i love torque)?
That is only case for 2013 and 14s. There are no problems with 11, 12s
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Nice! What gears do you have?
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Nice! What gears do you have?
He has 3.31s
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Yea the 11-12 auto v6 will lay rubber down but nothing like this. When my car was stock it would spin for maybe 3-4 revolutions max even when trying to launch at 2500 rpm and get spin. My mods have unleashed the power that Ford took away from this little 3.7 and it pulls like a v8 after shorty headers/catless h pipe.

The power band is so broad...peak power has hit by 3500 rpm and it builds power all the way to 7000 rpm. That's 4500 rpm where the engine is making max power. It might not make huge numbers, but it keeps the power for a huge amount of RPM.
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