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How do you do a burnout....Well, the correct way would be to hit the line lock and hit the gas, but I don't have a line lock. I rev to about 3-3500, let off the clutch to get the tires spinning then immediately push the brake with my clutch foot to keep the car from rolling forward. That method is not good for brakes or your clutch...come to think of it, it's not a good method at all<IMG src=smileys/smiley24.gif border="0">, but that's how I did it in the vid.
I can't hear the heartbeat over the stampede!
2002 True Blue Metallic GT: Off road X pipe, 2 chamber Flowmasters, cold air intake, upper intake spacer, 4.10 gears, Trick Flow rearend girdle, Steeda Tri Ax shifter
so once you let the clutch go, you keep the rpms at around how many rpms while burning out?...also what is a line lock?...and while on the subject of burning out, what about donuts, ive down them before, but notice sometimes it just doesnt work like i think it should. in the rain no problem, but wihtout slick road, if you wanted to do a nice lil donut in a parking lot or what ever, any ideas on how to make it clean every time.
steeda Tri ax short shifter
what should i get next? let me know what you think...
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