Well my mates brothers BA XR6 can't seem to do burnouts. Can anyone tell me what is going on here as I was very disappointed to find this out? Isn't the XR6 supposed to be some kind of sports sedan? I would have expected loss of traction at a bleep of the throttle. Anyway I think I will stick to my good old Fairlane.
Might have something to do with the electronic throttle meaning you can't over-rev it and then dump the clutch, or it might have something to do with the fact that the Falcon is a fat arsed cow that weighs a fair bit and doesn't have hole-shot gearing like dunnydores do.
Also, your mate's brother could just be a really shit driver who can't do burn-outs properly
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Don't the N/A XR6's have a 3.45 single spinner as standard and a LSD as an option? And if it has traction control then it won't have an LSD as you cant have both. If it can't bag up a single spinner then I suspect the owner can't drive.
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