I can't see these being good on a transmission at all, even as just a once in a while thing. It's much safer to get the torque management deactivated with a tune.There is a trick to do a burnout. Turn advancetrac fully off then put the car in sport mode and shift up to third gear while still standing still. Then floor the gas while holding the brake and downshift into 1st. You will do a burnout.
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JUST DID IT.. This work. Thanks bro
I would stay away from this method as there is no way of knowing what kind of damage it is doing to your transmission.Last day I tried doing burnout at first nothing happened the rpm got stuck around 2000. I had forgotten to close the advance trac however traction control was off. Later on I did the method that someone has explained in this topic and it worked. Shifted up to 3 in sport mode and then lowered the gears to 1 and it started to do a burnout. The car is an auto.
Thanks for the info.
So you have to press the stability control button twice? Is that correct?
Are all later model manuals equipped with this feature?
Press the brake and double tap the traction control button and sport mode should appear on your gaugeDoes that mean that my 2012 v6 manual as as sport mode and I didn't know ?? How do you activate this ?
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