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shifted truck into first and held it there for bout 15 seconds then let off the brake and rolled em anther 10-15 feet... lots of smoke lol gotta love the limited slip none of this one wheel peel crap
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I think I need more HP or better technique.. I can light 'em up but once it gets rolling at all it just grabs and goes... I've never been a big fan of using (abusing) the brakes to do standing burnouts.
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u gotta dump the clutch like a **** wowak and a little water never hurt anyone lol
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Q you of all people should know I'm no stranger to dumping the clutch like a ****...
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never could get rolling burnouts in my auto


and have no idea how to do it in a stick yet
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with an auto unless u have mucho horsepower and torque there is almost no way to light em up good without using the brakes.. but really once they are rolling pretty good u can back off the brakes a lil and still hold it there or just get a line lock... as for a manual ive always stood on the brakes a lil while giving it some gas and lettin the clutch out get em rollin then let off the brake
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woohoo go brakes go

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Rangers can burn out? I have been too scared to try. I was worried my rear end would look like Zero's =)
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I can mostly jsut stomp the gas on my truck and I'll squeel em, if there is the slightest bit of water on the ground.... no traction here I come lol
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yall are that worried about squiilin tires? its so freakin ez... u dont need water...even tho water never hurt any one...
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I think I need more HP or better technique.. I can light 'em up but once it gets rolling at all it just grabs and goes... I've never been a big fan of using (abusing) the brakes to do standing burnouts.
W/ clutch in rev to 4-5k RPM, pop clutch.. Always works for me, rolling or otherwise. Truckzilla will gladdly chirp in second this way, even w/ those massive (in my eyes) BFGs.. I hate like hell to do it though. Everytime I hear the rear end chirp I wince as I know how much it will cost to replace those tires! Not to mention the additional abuse to the questionable clutch and trans..
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W/ clutch in rev to 4-5k RPM, pop clutch..
I always got to get a new driveshaft to...
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I can basically just punch it while rolling and it squeals. If it is raining, or if there is water around, just forget traction alltogether. When it rains, it is hard to take off from a stoplight without idling off.
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