6k clutch dump
This is a discussion on how do you do a burnout within the Motorsports Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; i just want to know how to do a burnout ?...
i just want to know how to do a burnout ?
eh....I think you're looking for the mustang boards.
Blobeye Syndicate #311
take a 12 guage, put it in ur mouth, and pull trigger :-p. lol this has to be the most retarted question ive seen, so ill answer it!
....buy a RWD or FWD car, press the clutch, rev this **** outta it, and drop theclutch in first gear.
ps. watch out your cool points will go up and the ladies will think ur a hooligan and go crazy for u....
u rebel! badass!
The best way to do a burnout is with an older powerful RWD car. I say older because the newer ones will have traction control which will usually prevent the complete loss of traction necessary to do a burnout. The WRX is designed specifically to not lose traction... so not only is it really hard to do much of a burnout in a WRX but it's very bad for the car.
yeah i know how to do it in a fwd and rwd. i just wanted to know cuz on u tube i saw people doing them in sti ....like a powerbrake ...the only way i can do it is rolling back then hit 1st..... how do they stay in one place ..
so your rolling your wrx back, then put in first and dump the clucho..??like a civic??
Why on earth do you want to kill your clutch and possibly your transmission? Seriously?
If you "know" how to do a burnout in a FWD or RWD, then as already explained, you already "know" how to do a burnout in an AWD. But again, why? Are you going to the drag strip?
BTW, to those smart asses with the pony car comments, I'll challenge you to do a burn out in my no-traction-control '96 Z28 any day. With ABS, it's actually a little more difficult than a non-ABS car.
2005 SCCA FS Southeast Divisional Champion | 2007 SCCA DSL National Champion
2008 SCCA ProSolo L1 Champion | 2009 SCCA ESPL National Champion
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2006 WRX (ESP 34) | 1996 Camaro Z28 1LE (ESP 34) | 1997 Camaro Z28 (DD)
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