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Old 07-27-2007, 01:32 PM
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Any Suggestions.....

This may sound dumb to a lot of you, however, I would like any help or suggestions that I can get... I have had my Mustang for a couple of months now. TwinTurboStroker is very patient with me when it comes to showing me and teaching me new things, however I get highly irritated with myself when I can't accomplish things quickly... I have not mastered a burn out just yet... I have tried on several different occassions but I can't seem to get it. If anyone could give me a little hint of anything that would help, it would be most appreciated. Thank You, Crys
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Old 07-27-2007, 01:35 PM
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put foot firmly on brake - start giving it throttle until you feel the car start to lurch forward then gently let off the brake until the wheels start spinning then hold it there
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put foot firmly on brake - start giving it throttle until you feel the car start to lurch forward then gently let off the brake until the wheels start spinning then hold it there
Pretty close... All of the above but don't forget to mash the gas to the floor as you are letting off the brake.....

Ken....
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put foot firmly on brake - start giving it throttle until you feel the car start to lurch forward then gently let off the brake until the wheels start spinning then hold it there

It's a stick shift.... not that easy... I can do it in an automatic...
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Old 07-27-2007, 02:52 PM
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Thats an easy one then giver more gas and let the clutch out it will burn out for sure
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Old 07-27-2007, 03:05 PM
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Here is the KEY to a successful stick shift burn out!

1st. gear, rev the engine up to about 4,000 rpm I'd do it at 5,000 myself(don't worry, I'm sure there is a factory rev limiter so you won't blow the motor) HERE IS THE KEY!!!: Instead of letting your foot up with the clutch pdtal, just slip it off the petal to the left. Like if your foot was a clock and your toes were pointing at 12 with the clutch in, quickly turn your foot so your toes are pointing at the 9 oclock position and at the same slip your foot off the pedal. They will break loose instantly, then you can use your left foot to work the brake pedal so you can stay in one spot and smoke 'em, and of course keep your foot on the gas, but control the rpm's maybe around 4,000-4,500

THAT SHOULD DO IT!
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Old 07-27-2007, 03:22 PM
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Here is the KEY to a successful stick shift burn out!

1st. gear, rev the engine up to about 4,000 rpm I'd do it at 5,000 myself(don't worry, I'm sure there is a factory rev limiter so you won't blow the motor) HERE IS THE KEY!!!: Instead of letting your foot up with the clutch pdtal, just slip it off the petal to the left. Like if your foot was a clock and your toes were pointing at 12 with the clutch in, quickly turn your foot so your toes are pointing at the 9 oclock position and at the same slip your foot off the pedal. They will break loose instantly, then you can use your left foot to work the brake pedal so you can stay in one spot and smoke 'em, and of course keep your foot on the gas, but control the rpm's maybe around 4,000-4,500

THAT SHOULD DO IT!

Awesome... I will try that and let you know how that works out for me. I can spin the tires when I want to take off, but just sitting there and smoken em' is a different story. Thanks again...
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Once you get it, POST A VIDEO!!!!!!! I wanna see!!!
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Turn the traction control off.
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Once you get it, POST A VIDEO!!!!!!! I wanna see!!!
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