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Rear Wheel Burnout

Discussion in 'Racing and Driving Techniques' started by sirkurtius, Mar 16, 2003.

  1. sirkurtius

    sirkurtius Member

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    what are the best techniques that u guys use for this?
     
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    asmallsol Super Moderator

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    I would say buy a rwd car then go somewhere else
     
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    haha, thow ur FWD car into reverse, then hit the gas :D

    the front would then become the rear, and you would be doing a rwd burnout :spin:
     
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    shit it would be rear engine rear wheel drive
    you just made a porsche 911 y0! :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    i guess no one has drive'n a S2000 or maybe a NSX?
     
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    we are kinda short the 25 grand for a used S2k and about 50-70k short for the nsx. yes honda do make rwd cars but it is not the norm.
     
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    [Tips from a Valet] To burn out:

    Rev to point where your can spin the tires furiously

    Drop cluth or slip depending on axles

    Hold brake down while applying gas(if neccesary, usually not)

    Inhale!


    Brakes are usually proportioned to be front dominant, so rear brakes will often disengage under extreme loads, not always though.

    S2000 burn out very weird, their fun for AutoX traction system will usually put a stop to most burnouts, but a determined/skilled driver can get by this and they do burn out very well. hehe


    Rob :D
     
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    umm whats the point in doing a burnout? unless you are at the track?
     
  9. E_SolSi

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    honestly if you dont know how to light up the tires
    just go to your local DMV office and hand in your license
    ive lit the tires up on a rented 3cyl metro
    if you cant do it or dont know how to go about getting it to happed you shouldnt be behind the wheel of a car in the first place
    :bash:
     
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    :werd:
     
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    i didn't say i didnt know, but what do see is that u did not answer the question
     
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    Canuck 93 Civic Si Senior Member

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    Burnouts are fun as long as the tires arnt yours :p
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    note: tread remains on outside edge cuz of lowering without camber kit :(
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    lol ive done that once :D :D
     
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    and this is a race/driving technique?????
    :bash:

    :ufucktard:
     
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    ok i figured out how to do this.

    take your normal average FWD honda, jack up the back end so BOTH tires are a good 3-4" off the ground.

    now grab 2 small buckets/pans... whatever it doesnt really matter as long as they are tall unuf to hold some water but short eunf to fit under the rear wheels (i guess u could jack the car up higher if u want)

    now.. fill those about 1/2 way up with some water.
    *note- quality of water doesnt matter, so tap water will do.

    ok here is the tuff part. Lower the jacks so the rear wheels are stitting in the water. Now go find some dry ice. im assuming you will need lots, plus the more you have the better it will be.

    throw that dry ice into the water and watch that shit smoke, FUCK! you dont even need the car to be running!
    :D
     
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    1. rev car to mid-high range rpms.
    2. dump clutch if you need to. Slip if your clutch can take it.
    3. mat gas pedal.
    4. hold down brake if your stationary.
    5. Let off brake and move around, if your man enough.
    6. take pictures
    7. roast em till they pop.
    8. take pictures.
    9. get laid.
    10. take pictures.


    :D
     
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    dude, i bet you 20 bucks you cant make my car burn out

    stock automatic 95 eclipse GSX
     
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    is the GSX 4wd (or awd) or fwd? If it is front, just floor it, your bound to get a little wheel spin, if not, wait till winter, put summer tires on it, have fun.
     
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    The X in GS-X means AWD.

    Plus, I drive a Mustang GT daily. Here's me at the track doing my burnout ;)

    I prefer the three pedal method... Hold brake with your toes of your right foot, feather/hit gas with heel, and drop the clutch with the left foot. Instant standstill burnout.

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