Dodge Hellcat Burnout Thread

Discussion in 'Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat' started by HellCatDaze, Jan 30, 2016.

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  1. HellCatDaze

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    I love my Challenger Hellcat. This car is a burnout beast lol. This is the last of my burnouts so I wanted to put it on video before I get the proper tires I have wanted. I hope you enjoy the video.

     
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    never have to many burnout videos!
     
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    Same thing...on my way to get new tires..:):
     
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    What gear do you m6 guys launch with with burnouts or do you start at 1 and shift.
     
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    TNCHARGER SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    Dang! That looked like all 4 wheels were smoking! The two vents on the hood looked like it was blowing smoke out it's nostrils...hell of a burnout!
     
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    BACON I SMELL BACON
     
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    A-8 for me. In Sport mode out of first. Feathered pedal, Not floored, No power braking... mine would have had smoke roiling out the front extractors also if I would have held it with the brakes..;)
     
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    WTH... How do you guys do this... I need to learn this before I get my DR for rear lol
     
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    In the A8, put it in track mode and mat the gas, if you want the car to stay in place, feather the brake,
     
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    First gear is so tall I wouldn't think a standing burnout would need second.
    I prefer doing a burnout from at least a 20mph roll, so grabbing 2nd and 3rd can create a fun ride from there. Heck any car can do a brake stand.
     
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    apart from 4 wheel drive and front wheel drive :)
     
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    Sport mode should get you a better burnout overall. Track mode has more traction control influence then sport mode does.
     
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    Nice burnout I like the slo mo! Check out mine in my sig below.
     
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    No brakes needed :p
     
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    Sport mode, traction control all the way off, and use the paddle shifters or autostick. There's a post here where a guy destroyed his car by leaving it in automatic. He was doing a nice burnout but then out of nowhere the trans grabbed a higher gear and it sent him sideways under WOT. He lost control, banged into a curb, shot over it and into a ditch. He said it happened so fast, and unexpectedly, he couldn't react in time.
     

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