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Old 18th July 2005, 16:56   #1
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guys could someone please explain how to do a burnout in a MT car??
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pull ur hand brake,if its a FWD .
and then accelerate .u will have ur tires spinning and you have ur burnout.
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look for a surface which looks smoother ...colder the tyres the better ...
... pull in reverse disengage Reverse ....engage 1st gear ..while on the backward roll keep the clutch down ...get the revs really high disengage the clutch ....once you get the wheels spinning and the tacho rising pull your handbrake to lenghten the burn out ...

when you seen tyre smoke ...you know you got the burnout right ..

enjoy !

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Turbo Lover has described it the way I would have described it...actually I did my first burnout a month back...ACCIDENTALLY...with my dad in the car, freaked him out...lol.
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Tempting for an attempt. But need to keep the cool until I gain some experience
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If your burnout is hard enough, you may smell the clutch too!
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ohh cool ..you gys have done that burnout with actually getting smoke around the around the car?thats crazy stuff dude
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ohh cool ..you gys have done that burnout with actually getting smoke around the around the car?thats crazy stuff dude
even better... i got tyre smoke while it was raining and the road was wet... ..imagine how long that took...
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The easy way:
Go to noida, speed upto 100kmph. Soon a cow will come in your path and you will sit on brakes. Make sure no ABS.
The correct way:
Chain your car to a thick tree. Revvvv

LOL just jokin guys,,, but did the easy way 2 days ago on NH1
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tsk, get your tyres checked (and balanced?). A flat spot may have formed. Not too much fun, one of those!
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even better... i got tyre smoke while it was raining and the road was wet... ..imagine how long that took...

WHAT ARE YOU SAAYYYINGGG DUDE...JUST TELL ME WHAT EXACTLY IM SUPPOSED TO DO ...IN A PROPER WAY...what i keep on doing is...rev hard while ive applied the clutch and slowly leave the clutch...my car does it really well..that sweet sound...
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WHAT ARE YOU SAAYYYINGGG DUDE...JUST TELL ME WHAT EXACTLY IM SUPPOSED TO DO ...IN A PROPER WAY...what i keep on doing is...rev hard while ive applied the clutch and slowly leave the clutch...my car does it really well..that sweet sound...
i havent seen too many indian cars pull off a burnout long enough..what do you drive???

how do you get the wheelspining if you leave the clutch slowly?you car will move forward how will hold it stationary that way??
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what i do is just simple kool wheel spin dude say screach..
but till now the best thing ive done is...gone reverse very fast..changed the gear to 1st zoomed and it screeched like a B!@c!-!and zoomed like crazy...heheheh
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what you did werex wheelspins..
wheel spins are fun if you can do it in 2nd and 3rd gears while shifting up...

has anyone got a wheelspin in 3rd gear on a stock indian car?

i can manage huge wheelspins shifting to 2nd gear ..triclk is to shift around(but not later than) 5000 rpm instead of 6500 rpm...thats for my corsa..
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u got a corsa dude....which 1..swing or the basic 1....1.4 or 1.6
its a damn kool car man...i love that screach sound when you shift from 1st to 2nd ..feel as if the carz getting a boost even on 2nd....easy way would be while you are on 2nd and a speed of 30...just press the clutch rev to the fullest and leave the clutch
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