how to make burnout?

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Asked by Sep 12, 2009 at 07:00 AM about the Nissan 350Z

Question type: General

i wanna make a burnout and i'm wondering how to do it

3 Answers

515

Depends on a couple of things 1) Standard or auto 2) Does your car have enuff nuts to spin the tires? If its a auto. Put your foot on the break(dont pump) Put trans in low and tromp on the gas while holding the break. If its a standard. Push in the clutch and put in 1st. wind her up and dump the cluch. As soon as you dump the clutch and the tires spin,hit the break while mashing the gas. Keep in mind. Your car still may not lite em up. if you have alot of traction or not enuff power. And another thing, This is hard on you tranny and drive line. Dont break anything

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515

Oh ya is this the kind of burn out you wanna do... This car is my baby. Check it out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_VR5l_v6Cw

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5

yes this is the type thank you

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