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BURNOUT IN AUTOMATIC (how does everyone do it?)

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Old 08-18-2006, 07:24 PM   #21
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I live in an apartment and our parking area is just loose gravel and when im leaving and even hit the gas a little bit it digs into the gravel.....many have gave me looks like im doing in on purpose. lol.
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Old 08-18-2006, 08:31 PM   #22
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ive just lost a **** load of IQ points listening to you guys.. reverse to D... neutral drops... i hope your car breaks.. im sorry i dont care if your mustang owners.. if you do that you dont deserve your car
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Old 08-18-2006, 08:36 PM   #23
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Realize that by choosing an automatic you gave up most racing aspects of your car. No burnouts and no red lining. If you want these things get a manual.
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Old 08-18-2006, 08:41 PM   #24
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uhhhhh, hold the brake down, floor the gas and slowly release the brake untill you hear rubber burning, keep letting out till you get to the point of front brake adhesion....... thats what i did with my grand marquis anyways
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Old 08-18-2006, 08:48 PM   #25
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Realize that by choosing an automatic you gave up most racing aspects of your car. No burnouts and no red lining. If you want these things get a manual.
thats the most ignorant comment ever

and to the rest of you.. you guys suck at life.. the auto in the s197 is a ver reputable transmission.. and with a tune alone , the car will dust the manuals..

i own a manual so im not biased
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Old 08-18-2006, 11:19 PM   #26
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Realize that by choosing an automatic you gave up most racing aspects of your car. No burnouts and no red lining. If you want these things get a manual.
That certainly isn't true. A little more effort when your stock, but nothing that can't be overcome. And I let up, could have been 3-4 more parking spaces longer.



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Old 08-18-2006, 11:23 PM   #27
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im sure an auto s197 with a tune would not beat a manual s197 with the same tune. And if you do nuetral drops and reverse to drive drops, well then you are the ones that suck at life. It doesn't matter how great your tranny is and how dependable it is. A nuetral drop will destroy it real quick. Although I wouldnt go as far to say that buying an auto is losing your rights to racing and having fun. I know plenty of racers that are auto, even a bunch on here. In fact, its much more consistent. Yes it may not prove whos the better driver, but its still fun as hell. Who really cares whos the best?
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for once i agree with you blackfoot (on the whole taking care of your car thing, performance wise and abusing the internals). they don't deserve to have their cars.
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Old 08-19-2006, 01:32 AM   #29
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Old 08-19-2006, 09:34 AM   #30
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Our cars are not bullet-proof. Everyone that revs and slams or reverses and slams are nuts and must have rich parents or other wise very deep pockets. Because maybe not today, but one day you will leave your tranny on the pavement![sm=nothatway.gif]
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Old 08-19-2006, 04:28 PM   #31
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Well what about rental cars? My buddy came back out here from iraq, and had a dodge stratus....fully insured, of course!
Well, he was slightly intoxicated, so I decided to drift a FWD car....Poor rear tires had so many flatspots....
But i would be going 30 mph, throw it in neutral, rev to 5k, and throw it in drive!
Did a few reverse 180's, and a few forward 270's!

Poor car....We (not me this time) actually crashed into a curb, both front tires went up the curb.......There was not one scratch on the bumper, tires were barely scuffed....I wonder why to this day....
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Old 08-19-2006, 06:26 PM   #32
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ok ok ill give you the secret. first get your boost at about 7 psi and then floor it lol :P
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Old 08-19-2006, 09:19 PM   #33
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ok ok ill give you the secret. first get your boost at about 7 psi and then floor it lol :P
Hey petepete since you already had two Mustang (Procharger & Vortech) s/c 4.0’s, how do you get 7psi of boost with a auto to floor it off the line to per burn out when they don’t start making kind of boost till around 3500 rpm or higher?
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Old 08-19-2006, 09:26 PM   #34
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Interesting discussion on the merits of an auto vs a manual when drag racing. Generally, all things being even, if the stick can hole shot the automatic and doesn't miss a shift it will win. Again generally, if the automatic stays with him out of the hole the automatic will win due to faster more consistent shifts. Want the best of both worlds? Google clutchflite. I've don't have personal knowledge of anyone doing this with a Ford automatic, but it could probably be done. The other option the automatic driver has is a higher stall speed torque converter. The torque converter change will go a long way toward eliminating the sticks advantage and would be much simpler than modifying the transmission to accept a clutch assembly.

Of course the other way of looking at the clutchflite is that it has all the disadvantages of both the stick and automatic.

Here's a paragraph from a Hot Rod Magazine article on hot rodding 30 years ago...

In drivetrains, automatics were only beginning to find a following. B&M was the premier automatic builder, with the torque converter the biggest drawback. This led to the proliferation of ClutchFlite and Clutch Hydro automatics, which fitted a clutch to the automatic and replaced the converter. This was the era when hot rodders reviled slush box automatics, a time when a real man would drive only a four-speed. HOT ROD was full of “crash box” techniques to produce quicker shifts.

Whole article: http://www.hotrod.com/thehistoryof/1...t_rod_history/

Oh yeah, and forget any of the suggestions about slamming the automatic into gear.

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Old 08-19-2006, 09:43 PM   #35
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Hey petepete since you already had two Mustang (Procharger & Vortech) s/c 4.0’s, how do you get 7psi of boost with a auto to floor it off the line to per burn out when they don’t start making kind of boost till around 3500 rpm or higher?

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Just keep it at redline!!! LOL nah

Like 3500rpm is about 1psi for me with my procharger I get up to 6psi at like 5500 - 6000 rpm. I don't think I get the full 6 in first and second though, more like 5psi I believe. 3rd and 4th get the full 6psi . I'll haft to check it again!!! LOL[8D]
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Old 08-20-2006, 01:46 AM   #36
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Turn off traction control, hold brake, hit gas, (put a chip in it, it makes a difference) ease off break. where did you ever get a stupid idea to do a nuetral drop or reverse and hit drive? you won't have to worry about burnouts, as the transmission will be gone.
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Old 08-21-2006, 12:32 PM   #37
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To the guy that laughed at my first post (page one), I happen to like my Mustang way too much to abuse the sh@t out of it and blow the transmission or a rod. Maybe mommy and daddy will pay for it, but I've worked way to hard to mistreat my Stang that way. As you get older maybe you'll start appreciating things more (hopefully).
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Old 08-21-2006, 02:42 PM   #38
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I am not one that gets into the whole burning out thing and I don't have any performance mods on my car. I can tell you that the '06 autos will burn out. I was trying to pull out into traffic and got tired of waiting for a gap in traffic, so when i noticed a tiny hole I floored it and my tires barked and did a burnout. Not what I wanted to do, but my point is they did.
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That same thing happend to me last week. I don't know how I did it but I did do a burn out. This was the very first time that it happend and I could never do it again. I guess its how you work the gas? I'm all stock also so it couldn't have been the tuner. It was around 1pm and it was sunny and around 90 out.
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Old 08-21-2006, 07:37 PM   #40
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Hey petepete since you already had two Mustang (Procharger & Vortech) s/c 4.0’s, how do you get 7psi of boost with a auto to floor it off the line to per burn out when they don’t start making kind of boost till around 3500 rpm or higher?
Just keep it at redline!!! LOL nah

Like 3500rpm is about 1psi for me with my procharger I get up to 6psi at like 5500 - 6000 rpm. I don't think I get the full 6 in first and second though, more like 5psi I believe. 3rd and 4th get the full 6psi . I'll haft to check it again!!! LOL[8D]
id get a smaller pully and have a wastegate purge off extra air at certain psi... 1psi at 3500.. im sorry.. but to me thats not worth the money.. i would want to see atleast 5-8 psi at that rpm.. then it being maintained for the reast of the rpm range
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