V6 (1994-2004) MustangsTechnical discussions on the 3.8L and 3.9L V6 torque monsters Sponsored by Optima Batteries
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I'm not gonna do it anywhere in a public place, just gonna do it at my friend's house where there's no other homes for miles. I have a stick shift and I did try a burnout before but it was from a slow starting point. My car is stock and I don't really plan on doin it long, I've always wondered how they do it on stick. Do they shift up gears or is it in 1st all the way?
What's the downside to burnouts? I know you're not allowed to do it on public roads, messes up tires, anything else?
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Have one foot on the clutch and the other foot on both the gas and brake. let out on the clutch(as if you were normally driving it)and press firmly on the brake while giving it some gas(all at the same time). Leave it in first and get ready for the one wheel peel!
2002 block, 4.2L crank, bored 30 over. Forged Wiseco pistions and Scat rods. 224/230 comp cam, ported heads, lsx valve springs, ported intake. BHJ crank balancer with ASP underdrive pulley. Spec stage 2+ clutch, alum flywheel, steeda short throw shifter. Ford 8.8 rear end, Eaton Tru Trac limited slip, Moser 31 spline axles, FRPP 3.73's, FRPP diff cover/girdle. Longtube headders, O/R X pipe, flowmasters with 3" magnaflow tips. GT sway bar and Roush LCA's.
no they do not
but i agree with shizzle
but have left foot on brake and clutch instead of brake and gas
hold your foot sideways clutch and brake put in first and rev it up
then lift your toes off the clutch and run it up
and if you really screw up on this you could burn your clutch if im not mistaken
2000 v6 , 5 speed, 2006 gt rims, CAI
more t come thinking 4.2 and paint
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