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Old 07-24-2003, 03:23 PM   #1
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controlling fishtailing during burnouts?

if i burn them in 2nd, the wheel hop isn't bad and i can continue with the burn. (yes tlok is installed, obviously) i may be getting new LCA's as a present soon and that would solve that.

however, MY QUESTION: i know it will just take a little time, but what is the best way to prevent sliding your rear back and forth in the burn box? i'm having probs. my near bald 15's slide back and forth. soon enough they will be replaced by 275/40/17 DR's and the sliding may/may not be as severe.

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i slide too... when i start sliding i release the break and control it while i move forward... try that next time, its kinda like driving in the snow lol

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