how do u burnout?!

1320 feet of adrenaline

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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Post by Sypher » Sun Apr 16, 2006 2:47 pm

JackBauer wrote:The absolute best way to get this out of your system with no damage to the car is this : turn the wheel all the way to one direction. stark acclerating slowly
once you make 2 revolutions, floor it, and you'll get a decent 360
That's a doughnut. And to do that, it can only be done with a RWD (and some AWD.. i know that rally cars can do this). Doing it with anything else yeild crappy and not very entertaining results.
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Post by JackBauer » Sun Apr 16, 2006 7:35 pm

My beater jetta is a FWD and it does very fun, entertaining doughnuts. I never said it was a burnout; i just said it was the best way to get it out of his system. I think he just wants to hear the tires spin

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Post by Johnf514 » Sun Apr 16, 2006 10:51 pm

In a FWD car, put metal cooking sheets under the rear wheels and lock down the e-brake. In an empty parking lot, give it some gas and enjoy sliding!
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Post by JackBauer » Sun Apr 16, 2006 10:54 pm

Hey john, i use to do that same thing when me and my ricer friends use to play around, it brings back memories lol. We'd steal trays from picadilly, and just go on a parking lot and burn away. hehehe those were the days

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Post by Johnf514 » Mon Apr 17, 2006 9:10 am

Same here. We used trays with my old van, but we'd go through them so quickly we graduated to metal sheets. I believe doing that led to the demise of my transmission rather rapidly. :P
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Post by LS1Leader » Mon Apr 17, 2006 2:16 pm

Sypher wrote:That's a doughnut. And to do that, it can only be done with a RWD (and some AWD.. i know that rally cars can do this). Doing it with anything else yeild crappy and not very entertaining results.
I'm sure donuts in reverse with a FWD car is fun and entertaining. :)

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Post by Sypher » Mon Apr 17, 2006 7:41 pm

LS1Leader wrote:
Sypher wrote:That's a doughnut. And to do that, it can only be done with a RWD (and some AWD.. i know that rally cars can do this). Doing it with anything else yeild crappy and not very entertaining results.
I'm sure donuts in reverse with a FWD car is fun and entertaining. :)
I bet it would feel pretty awkward to pilot a reverse doughnut lol (as in it would feel wierd to be driving around ion circles backwards)
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Post by Johnf514 » Mon Apr 17, 2006 8:55 pm

LS1Leader wrote:
Sypher wrote:That's a doughnut. And to do that, it can only be done with a RWD (and some AWD.. i know that rally cars can do this). Doing it with anything else yeild crappy and not very entertaining results.
I'm sure donuts in reverse with a FWD car is fun and entertaining. :)
Used to do those in the van as well. I got so good at driving that thing backwards that I drove home from work one day - backwards. About 3 miles too. 8)

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Post by jaydubb » Mon Oct 09, 2006 10:51 am

MicroXcorp wrote:how can your the rear wheels spin if you hold the brake, if it does spin, does it wear out your rear brake pads?
Yes. It does wear the brake pads out. Thats when you get a line-lock installed on the front brakes...

Press down hard on the brake pedal, flip the line lock switch on (or hit the button, depends on how you hook yours up), rev the motor, dump the clutch, watch as your rear tires go up in smoke, release line lock, be prepared to counter-steer...

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Post by jaydubb » Mon Oct 09, 2006 10:54 am

Sorry about bringing the old post back from the dead.

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Post by eaglecatcher » Mon Oct 09, 2006 5:33 pm

its better than starting a whole new thread
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Post by LS1Leader » Mon Oct 09, 2006 7:24 pm

Line locks FTW, but it's more fun to have the car ready to get sidewayz during a burnout. ;)

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