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This is a discussion on Stock WRX 0-60, 1/4? within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by TonyG Car is stopped. Put in Neutral. Rev to redline and release. As revs are coming down, ...

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    Originally posted by TonyG
    Car is stopped. Put in Neutral. Rev to redline and release. As revs are coming down, step really hard on brake with left foot. You should feel the brake pedal touch the floor. If so, you did it right and your brakes are now vacuum locked. You are ready to brake torque. When you brake torque, do not do it for more than 5-7s, and let car cool down before you try it again. Also, use a tranny cooler and synthetic ATF, if you plan to do this regularly.
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    Thanks man! This was very informative! I've been doing this wrong the whole time.... So this won't cause any complications if you do it once in awhile? What are some signs that you should look for if things are starting to go wrong doing it?

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    omg u manual peeps are so biased. I raced against a manual with mbc and intake, and beat him twice. w/a good technique, there's no disadvantage to the auto.
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