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Cars > Groups > Ford Mustang Enthusiasts > Forums > General Discussion > WHAT IS THE RIGHT WAY TO DO A BURN-OUT?

 

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  • Topic: WHAT IS THE RIGHT WAY TO DO A BURN-OUT?
  • Started by ARMYCOUPE Sep 20, 2007 at 4:36 pm
  • Last post by kanicas Oct 9, 2008 at 9:01 am
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Topic: WHAT IS THE RIGHT WAY TO DO A BURN-OUT?

Forums > General Discussion > WHAT IS THE RIGHT WAY TO DO A BURN-OUT?

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  1. #1 Sep 20, 2007 at 4:36 pm

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    scratchchin image MY SARGE AND I ARE HAVING AN ARGUMENT... SO TELL ME MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS... WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO DO A BURN OUT?
     

     

    ***KING B***
  2. #2 Sep 1, 2008 at 2:18 pm

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    get your tires to smoke any way possible!
     

     

  3. #3 Sep 5, 2008 at 3:53 pm

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    Well, depends. You want a burn-out to show off, to heat tires, or clean tires? Is the car an auto, or a stick? Many factors can contribute to the cause.

    To hear up tires, a good 7-10 second burn-out will suffice. To clean some radial tires, a 2-3 second burn out is more than enough. To show off? Well, you can hold until your tires catch on fire.......literally.

    On an auto: Hold brake, and give it gas until the tires break lose and hold it until desired.

    In a stick: Rev up the engine, pop the clutch, and quickly hit the brake with the left foot while pressing the gas with the right to stop the car but not hard enough to stop the tires from spinning. Hold until desired.

    If you have a Line-Lock system, that makes burn-outs much easier and less stressful on your cars' drivetrain.
     

     

    Jav
  4. #4 Oct 9, 2008 at 9:01 am

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    Oh no eek image after reading this post now I have line locks back on my mental mod To Do List
     

     

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