Burnout 101

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  1. sgoyal

    sgoyal Gold Member

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    this is my first shot on Burnout but I used Tazer


     
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    Gotta say that was a bit weak. Check out the burnout in my signature
     
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    Yes.. I had never done before so wanted to make sure Tazer works lol.. Before I go sideways or fly to the street

    Buddyg, I've seen your video before and would try to replicate again (since I feel more comfy with Tazer now)
     
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    You have to start somewhere ;) What did you think about the Tazer setup?
     
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    I'm happy ... It was plug and play... plus I like those light show at night..
     
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    pretty sweet smoke sgoyal o_O
     
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    Keep having FUN!!
     
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    That's plenty enough to get a little heat on the tires for launch, without burning thru $200 in rubber.

    Besides, stock street tires... what's the compound? My Mickey Street ET's used to get nice a sticky after a short burn-out, but I'm guessing the Pirelli's don't benefit very much from a little extra heat?
     
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    I put Nitto 555R in back last week so I was testing burnout and they got sticky after a burn-out. (I'm planning to go to Saturday Test and Tune so getting my hands on burnout so I don't make too many silly mistake on strip lol)
     
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    Paladin06 Have Guns Will Travel Staff Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member

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    So where did you get it?
     
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    Here what's I did

    1) flipped to the performance page from the steering wheel
    2) HOLD "OK" and "Set +" buttons at the same time to "turn" the system on. (You would see ABS system flashing on the DID screen)
    3) Keep holding "OK" button pump the brakes twice
    4) floor it (I didn't floor it since it was my first test LOL)
     
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    Nice burn out Royal. Can't wait to post my own!
     
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