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ok im a noob when i comes to racing lore. i only street race if im driving and some kid wants to rev up. but i was wondering. most my friends have civics or rx-7s and can do burnout in their manuals. but how do u do a burn out in a auto taurus? and dont say nuetral drop it cuz i like my tranny
 

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taurus=hard to do burnouts in. at least from my personal experience. find some wet stuff and lock up the parking brake and hope for the best.
 

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After I installed a VAK I was able to do a nice little 1-2 second tire screech from a stop in 80* weather. I have other mods on my car, but I couldn't peel out until I got a VAK.

Or, if you want to leave your car stock, when no one is looking pour a little puddle of bleach or amor-all, pull up so you tire is on it and let her rip.
 

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Originally posted by mrcow32@Feb 7 2004, 01:04 AM
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Or, if you want to leave your car stock, when no one is looking pour a little puddle of bleach or amor-all, pull up so you tire is on it and let her rip.
Bleach + too much free time = pure fun. We used some of that for my buddy's 4-banger Dodge Ram, got all 4 wheels smoking. Got to light up the Bull's tires, too.


Next time I'll be sure to get it on tape. Fun times!
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lol hows this bleach work?
 

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i usually laugh my a$$ off and make fun of people doing burnouts in cars that shouldnt be seen doing burnouts. unless its on a dragstrip, then thats ok because they usually prove that their car is badass.
 

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my old 3.8 did em very easyly just brake torqued and let it rip did about a 10 ft burnout...never tried locking the ebrake.....can we say ONE WHEEL WONDER!!!!
 
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I can get a decent screach out of my car on dry pavement (on the right kind of pavement). I can't really do much of any if it's on that really gritty kind of pavement. Although, it is heavily dependent on what "mood" my car is in. I have had some amazing burnouts that I'm not quite sure how they happened, but they did. On anything wet/snowy/icy I can do some monster burnouts.


Doesn't the bleach get on the car and mess stuff up or anything??
 
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