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Old 09-01-2006, 04:35 PM   #71
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Well that kinda sucks if the 06 autos can but not the 05's lol. I think im just gonna stop trying until i get the tuner CAI combo im told that will burn em which im looking forward to....Its alittle depressing that my friends 98 stang can burn the tires good and i cant even get a squeak lol.
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Old 09-01-2006, 05:08 PM   #72
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when i first had my auto completely bone stock, i couldn't pull a screach either...nothin....then, C&L and xcal2, ummm lets just say it was a one tire fire show....
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Old 09-01-2006, 05:35 PM   #73
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Well that kinda sucks if the 06 autos can but not the 05's lol. I think im just gonna stop trying until i get the tuner CAI combo im told that will burn em which im looking forward to....Its alittle depressing that my friends 98 stang can burn the tires good and i cant even get a squeak lol.
yep... that was the reason I bought the X-Cal2... I was a stop light and these guys in a pickup truck pull up next time... They are hooten and hollering... giving me big thumbs ups! They are shouting "NICE CAR!" They they said, "light'em up!" I just hung my head in shame and cried, "I CAN'T!" I went straight home and ordered my x-cal2!!!
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Old 09-01-2006, 05:38 PM   #74
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when i first had my auto completely bone stock, i couldn't pull a screach either...nothin....then, C&L and xcal2, ummm lets just say it was a one tire fire show....
another 05... hmmmm...
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Old 09-02-2006, 12:50 AM   #75
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Well that kinda sucks if the 06 autos can but not the 05's lol. I think im just gonna stop trying until i get the tuner CAI combo im told that will burn em which im looking forward to....Its alittle depressing that my friends 98 stang can burn the tires good and i cant even get a squeak lol.
Mine's a 2005, and I couldn't squeak the tire if my life depended on it. Now with the C&L and xcal2 (Evolution 93 Extreme tune), I can light it up at will. Dead stop, punch it, and spin. Couldn't do that before. The torque at lower RPM's is much improved. Ford should have built it this way in the first place.
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Burnouts in aoutomatic v6s aren't too commen, although with some horsepower around 375 in a v6 2014 mustang will give you some spin as apposed to the 307 hpr it already puts out.
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Burnouts in aoutomatic v6s aren't too commen, although with some horsepower around 375 in a v6 2014 mustang will give you some spin as apposed to the 307 hpr it already puts out.

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Old 08-20-2014, 07:57 PM   #78
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witch way do YOU do a burnout in a autimatic i cant get my car to do it unless in a wee bit of water than it just sits there spinning
Put the car in drive, turn the traction control off, put one foot on brake and press the gas down with the other.
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Old 08-21-2014, 10:54 AM   #79
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Put the car in drive, turn the traction control off, put one foot on brake and press the gas down with the other.
Not in a 2013+. Torque management limits the engine to 2,000 rpm when you have a foot on the brake, unless you have a tune. Turning off TCS and Advance Track doesn't affect it
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