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Old 04-21-2013, 03:54 AM   #1
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Doing emm doughnuts!

Was at the parking lot doing some doughnuts and the pavement was a but rough/: I did a good 5 of them atleast a full 540 on all them o: I know it's bad for my tires, but is the rest of the car good?o:
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I've been told by a lot of people that a burnout is bytes than a hard pull, because the tire is spinning with relatively no weight on the drivetrain. Where as a hard pull puts the vehicle weight, plus g force pull on the vehicles drivetrain. But, I'm absolutely sure Ford knew its customers would do some burnouts and hard pulls and kept that in mind on the design. Your tires will pay for it, but your pony should be absolutely fine, only thing that will suffer is tires and clutch. I personally try not to do either (hard pull or burnout) if I don't have to.
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I've been told by a lot of people that a burnout is bytes than a hard pull, because the tire is spinning with relatively no weight on the drivetrain. Where as a hard pull puts the vehicle weight, plus g force pull on the vehicles drivetrain. But, I'm absolutely sure Ford knew its customers would do some burnouts and hard pulls and kept that in mind on the design. Your tires will pay for it, but your pony should be absolutely fine, only thing that will suffer is tires and clutch. I personally try not to do either (hard pull or burnout) if I don't have to.
I can't really burn out since my car isn't manual)':
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Ford must have limited the 13 and 14's automatics? My 11 automatic will burn the tires without trying
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Ford must have limited the 13 and 14's automatics? My 11 automatic will burn the tires without trying
+1 traction control off, pedal to the metal, wheels be a spinnen'!
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If you hold your break pedal down and hold the traction control button, it'll turn everything off. Without the break pedal, it still has drive assist on.
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It is easier to do a burn out in an automatic lol. Manual takes a lil more skill
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Hold brake, hold traction control button, Rev, pop clutch, slam brakes. Mmm smell that rubber a burnin!!
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its just tires and parts which equals to more money that can be made. so in conclusion **** tires, **** parts, & **** money.
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Ford must have limited the 13 and 14's automatics? My 11 automatic will burn the tires without trying
Yeah after the rpm hits 2,5k it just goes back down/: if I get a tunner it will take off the restriction for that and also the speed one(: can only hit 115mph/:

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+1 traction control off, pedal to the metal, wheels be a spinnen'!
Sometimes! Mainly when I'm on a hill(x

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If you hold your break pedal down and hold the traction control button, it'll turn everything off. Without the break pedal, it still has drive assist on.
Yeah I turn of the advance track and that helps alot with doughnuts but I'm not to sure it will with the burning out o:
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On 13/14s the brake over accelerator feature cannot be disabled. So, it won't let the engine rev high with the brake held. Only way to burn out is with a tune that fixes this or a line lock.
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On 13/14s the brake over accelerator feature cannot be disabled. So, it won't let the engine rev high with the brake held. Only way to burn out is with a tune that fixes this or a line lock.
That's crappy.. Lol
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Yea Ford was stupid when they put that feature in a MUSTANG! I mean come on, i don't know about you guys but Mustang and burnout rhyme pretty well.
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