Do A Burnout!!!

September 5, 2007 at 2:01 am Leave a comment

If you’re rich enough to buy a new set of wheels every week then you can do the burnout as often as you want. But before doing this rubber burning stuff, you should learn the basics and, of course, do it with attitude and tenacity!

In racing, burnouts are very common before the opening lap commence. Heated rubber can help racers obtain an excellent handling while racing their car. I’m not posting this burnout here to tolerate you and your car to burn your tires and produce the awful burning smoke to clear things up. But if you insist or you get addicted with this hot stuff, you can do whatever burnout you want to achieve.

I’m here to give you the steps and tips on how to do a burnout with a front-wheel drive car which I proudly learned from my number one how-to-manual online – WikiHow.com . Just a piece of advice to all rubber-burning heads – TAKE IT EASY!

For Front Wheel Drive Cars

1. Put the car in first gear.
2. Hold in the clutch.
3. Rev the engine.
4. Pull on the handbrake. Alternatively, you can skip this step.
5. Release the clutch.
6. Move the handbrake up and down to control the burnout.
7. To stop the burnout ease off the accelerator and free the brake.

How to do a burnout in front wheel drive cars:

1. Put the car in first gear.
2. Hold in the clutch.
3. Rev the engine.
4. Pull on the handbrake. Alternatively, you can skip this step.
5. Release the clutch.
6. Move the handbrake up and down to control the burnout.
7. To stop the burnout ease off the accelerator and free the brake.

Tips:

  • If the engine stalls you haven’t revved the car high enough before popping the clutch or your vehicle doesn’t have the power to burnout.
  • To test if your car has sufficient power nail the gas from a stopped position and see if you can spin the tires.
  • An alternative to a line lock is a “Brake Clamp”. Designed to clamp off a brake line when being worked on, these can also be used to shut off the rear brakes thus allowing only the front brakes to function when the pedal is depressed. Note: most cars have a steel brake line from the brake booster to the rear of the car; the area to put the brake clamp is a short length of rubber hose that attached to the differential. (Some cars have two separate brake lines, one for each side, in which case two brake clamps are required.)
  • Try changing your tires. The worse your tires are the easier it is to make them spin, plus they smoke easier and you will not ruin your good tires.
  • Increase the amount of smoke by lubing your FWD front tires with old motor oil.
  • It can help to give the tires a quick powerful spin before pulling the e-brake.
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