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Old April 21st, 2004, 02:05 PM   #1
 
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How do you burn rubber? any tricks and how do you make your car not roll forwars. All I know is that you need to take TCS off and it will.



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pull the e brake up and floor it
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I just hit the gas and I could burn rubber, but then again I have a 98' so no TCS. But still just brake torque if you need to if you WANT to burn rubber. I only brake torque for lauching, don't do it that often, and not brining the RPM'S that high.
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Do our cars have enough torque to burn tire?
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Mine does, LOL.
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Old April 21st, 2004, 06:57 PM   #6
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E-Brake Up
Put tranny in 1 so it won't shift into second when you hit the rev limiter
TCS Off
Brake Down
Hit the gas until the revs level off, then let go of the brake. Don't hold the brake and gas it for too long, as this will overheat your TC and ultimately kill your tranny.

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Mine does, LOL.
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Im with lumpy absolutly no problem at all don't even need the ebrake.
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i just tried putting car on 1st gear and put the e brake up and floored it...didn't feel right...the front end started going right a lil then i stopped i'm afraid of messing up my engine hahaha
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Im with lumpy absolutly no problem at all don't even need the ebrake.
yeap, me three....no ebrake
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i don't need no stinkin e-brake either
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ummmm..... its easier when the TCS is ON!!!
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ummmm..... its easier when the TCS is ON!!!
Not for me... TCS keeps stopping the wheelspin for me.
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ummmm..... its easier when the TCS is ON!!!
Ummmmmm....... speak for yourself. TCS tries it's darnest to stop the spinning on my car.
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TCS? Traction Control System? what does this do >_<
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lol, when I turn the TCS button on, my tires spin alot more easier... when I dont push the button, the tcs tries to stop it by turning on automatically, maybe my car is crazy, but this is exactly how it happens on my car. Anytime I want to peel out, I ALWAYS push the TCS button, and goto 1st gear, and pull the handbrake up. And smoooooooke away
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hmmm.. i burn out with my 92 camry? LOL.. i throw it on netural w/o e-brake.. rev to 7rpm, keep it steady.. throws it on D.. and WOOHOO!! lol
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Neutral slams are cool. . .

When I want to burn out, I just go ask my uncle to let me take his 35 anniversary Camaro SS to the store. . .smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke smoke
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e brakes are for the horsepower impaired!
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haha i just put it in D1 and gas it and WOWEEEE almost a WHOLE second of burning out ( could be a whole second couldnt really tell, i was distracted by the fact that my car can burn some rubber)
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hmmm.. i burn out with my 92 camry? LOL.. i throw it on netural w/o e-brake.. rev to 7rpm, keep it steady.. throws it on D.. and WOOHOO!! lol
haha ya i did that w/ my old camry, i heard if u do that alot u will f*ck ^ ur engine.

the EASIEST way to burn some rubber is go abt 45mph (speed limit that way u wont get in trouble) and just slam the brake.

BTW **Warning n00b question** T C S?? and where is that button? thank you kind Sirs and Ma'ams
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Abe, TCS is ON by default, when you press the button and it lights up, it means its OFF
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argggg.... so when the light is on, its really off??


ok, so then you guys are right... well we were both right, lol. I feel so n00bish
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the way i do it is take off the TCS put the car in 1st turn the wheel to the right or left which ever you prefer while holding the hand brake (not clicking it to make it lock,hold it up with your thumb on the botton) and floor it. turning the wheel will will cause faster wheel spin and also lets your car move at the same time. if you get a wide open space and a good suspension you can do some getto drifting. but, don't keep your foot on the gas all the time (give it gas only to let it do what you want) as for the ebrake let it go to get some speed and pull it up to swing the back out. YES this is torture for you car but a drifting accord is priceless.i tried it once over at the home depot in flatlands Brooklyn and the people were left with there mouths open, even some dude with a 95 supra said that **** was hot.
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Do you mean burnout or just tires squealing? I can always get my tires to peel off for a good few secs, but never really looked to see if there was any white smoke. I have no friends, so I can't ask someone to look while I speed off.
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E-Brake Up
Put tranny in 1 so it won't shift into second when you hit the rev limiter
TCS Off
Brake Down
Hit the gas until the revs level off, then let go of the brake. Don't hold the brake and gas it for too long, as this will overheat your TC and ultimately kill your tranny.

Happy burning
Everything he said minus the tranny into D1. Tranny will not shift if you are burning out in d3 if you do it correctly.
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