Re: No Burnout?
When you step on the brake pedal, all the brakes are engaged. You're essentially heating up the trans fluid.
You should install a LineLoc for the front tires to lock up and release the brakes on the rear wheels. Set the brake pedal hard, press the button, release the brake pedal, the rear wheels turn.
After practice on using the LineLoc, I used the street in front of my house, place rear tires in the burnout box, blip the throttle to cover the tires with water, roll forward a foot or so, jab the brakes, press the button, release the pedal, select first gear, jab the throttle quickly, shift to high gear as fast as you can, when the engine loads down, release the button, let off the throttle, and roll out.
It will take some finesse, but practice is the key. What is not going to help you, is the 3.07:1 rear gear ratio. Use plenty of water under the tires.
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