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Old 11-01-2004, 00:48   #1 (permalink)
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biggrin Burnouts in a straight 6

hey guys my eb xr6 rips some wikid skids ill get some pics for yas later just wanting to start a thread about burnouts put some input ppl, pics theorys anything will do??
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Old 11-01-2004, 00:56   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Burnouts in a straight 6

Yeh, what is a good technique to doing a burnout in both auto's and manuals? That would be interesting to see how other forum users do they're burnouts whether it be for warming the tyres or just doing some plane old tyre frying.. any suggestions on the best methods. And yes, some of us dont own line lockers...
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Re: Burnouts in a straight 6

Just plant left foot in brake and plant right foot on gas. put the car in either 1st or 2nd (auto). Well thats what i do anyway. works like a charm. or just get a manual 'box and a v8.
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Re: Burnouts in a straight 6

ye mate hold the brake plant the accelerator, but if your in an auto and u dont have enough power or a fuked tranny make sure u dont over rev it. like when the revs start gettin high pump the accelerator so as the wheels keep spinning but u dont want it on the limiter for too long
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Re: Burnouts in a straight 6

and this is done where?
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Old 11-01-2004, 01:16   #6 (permalink)
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ah in a lisenced venue :p or somewhere where u wont get caught
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Re: Burnouts in a straight 6

Put Bleach On Your Tyres, Then Let It Sink In You Will See A Good Burnout, I Think Some Do It Calder To Win The Burnout Comp..
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burnouts are easy. Go to Calder (or your local drag strip) and do them on the burnout strip as you line up for a drag. Doing them anywhere else (apart from private property) is a no-no
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Old 11-01-2004, 01:19   #9 (permalink)
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cmon boys throw down some pics i wana see some smoke.

i love the smell of burning rubber theres nothing beta :)
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Re: Burnouts in a straight 6

BURNOUTS ARE WRONG! But, when I do them in my auto EF, I tend to have my left foot a little on the brake, then plant the right, then go harder on the brake. It is really intermitant in terms of how good it is. Some times it'll spin both wheels like crazy, other times it will really embarass me and spin niether. In my Manual EA, I drive backwards down a hill, then tromp it in 1st. Gets mad wheel spin and smoke. It'll make a line about 60-80 metres long. I don't recommend this method for people who like their car. It brakes things.

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