how do u burnout?!

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Forced Induction or N/A

Poll ended at Sat Aug 14, 2004 1:00 pm

Forced Induction
1
33%
Naturally Aspirated
2
67%
 
Total votes: 3

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how do u burnout?!

Post by CrazyAznRacer » Sat Aug 07, 2004 1:00 pm

ive seen a lot of ppl doing burnouts an i thought id be cool to try it out so can one u u guys tell me how that'd be cool

thanks

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Post by Xk0rEaNb0iX » Sat Aug 07, 2004 1:34 pm

dump the clutch with the revs really high (5k?)

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Post by CrazyAznRacer » Sat Aug 07, 2004 2:34 pm

can someone tell me step by step? cause ^ was not very informative

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Post by Gearjammer » Sat Aug 07, 2004 4:42 pm

this is kinda tricky with standard, its like heel and toe, try and follow me. hold clutch all the way down, put it in first. using right foot, you will have use your toe to step on brake and use your heel on gas, rev it high enough lets say 3000 and ease off clutch till wheels start spinning..all the while you are stepping on brakes. this is easier on rear wheel drive though. wouldn't do this too often, hard on brakes, tranny and engine!

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Post by ReckLess » Sat Aug 07, 2004 6:33 pm

based on previous post...

1.) shift to first gear
2.) don't relase the clutch just hold it there
3.) rev high hold that about a second or two
4.) relase the clutch and step on the gas at the same time <--- this step is very quick if your slow the car will stall
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Post by Froz3n00 » Sat Aug 07, 2004 7:46 pm

ReckLess wrote:based on previous post...
4.) relase the clutch and step on the gas at the same time <--- this step is very quick if your slow the car will stall
no it wont, dropping the clutch at anything above 2K rpms and the car wont stall

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Post by 94scortlx19 » Tue Nov 23, 2004 5:34 pm

how to do a burnout:

Front wheel drive, (best way to do it in my opinion)

1.) Stick the car in reverse, back up to about a 5mph Roll
2.) while still rolling, put in the clutch and stick the car in 1st
3.) Rev to about 3000RPM or so,
4.) And at the SAME TIME you dump the clutch, yank the E-brake
5.) The car will stay in place and u can smoke them as long as you please
6.) when you are done, or the RPMs start dropping below 3000RPM, release the E-brake and drive off

Rear Wheel Drive,
If the heel-toe thing is too complicated for u, this works too

1.) Stick the car in reverse, back up to about a 5mph Roll
2.) while still rolling, put in the clutch and stick the car in 1st
3.) Rev to about 3000RPM or so,
4.) And IMMEDIATELY AFTER you dump the clutch, stomp the brake and let em roast,
5.) The car will stay in place and u can smoke them as long as you please
6.) when you are done, just let go of the break and drive off, but be prepared to countersteer as the car might whip over to the sides.
7.) Sit back and look at the pretty black lines painted on the pavement! :twisted:

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Post by VERYBadStickDriver » Tue Nov 23, 2004 6:39 pm

sounds fun....
gotta try sometime
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Post by StandardShifterMz3s » Wed Nov 24, 2004 3:16 pm

Hmm....
This thread is basically for fcuking up your car...... :lol:

I'l stick with a 'lil tire-spin start...... no burn-out for me....... :!: :!: :!:
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Post by VERYBadStickDriver » Wed Nov 24, 2004 6:31 pm

StandardShifterMz3s wrote:
I'l stick with a 'lil tire-spin start...... no burn-out for me....... :!: :!: :!:

i can get my tires to spin if i drop the clutch fast enough with the rpms up. i guess thats different from a burnout?
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Post by Xk0rEaNb0iX » Thu Nov 25, 2004 1:00 am

a little tire spin with a chirp is like the perfect launch. as fast as your tires can handle.

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Post by ReckLess » Thu Nov 25, 2004 6:10 pm

i just notice... what's forced introduction and naturally aspired?

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Post by MicroXcorp » Thu Nov 25, 2004 11:49 pm

Gearjammer, you said hold the brake and rev high at the same time releasing the clutch, how can your the rear wheels spin if you hold the brake, if it does spin, does it wear out your rear brake pads? i'm myself have never done burnout before. I usually do rev high and pop the clutch, thats not really a burnout but it sounds cool, and doesn't wear the clutch that much.

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Post by MicroXcorp » Thu Nov 25, 2004 11:52 pm

I just remember I read this somewhere before, it says just rev high and release the clutch slower than you normally do, that will mulitiple the force and will spin your tires.

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Post by coolguy » Sat Jan 29, 2005 7:34 pm

Yes burnout and spinning the tires are different...

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