Break in period? :wtflol:PsyKotiC RydeR said:For a set of brand new drag radials....do you have to use them for a certain miles to get the optimum traction? Or, is it ok for me to just go to the track, swap out to my dr's, do a burnout, and start racing? Thanks.
itr206 said:there really is no break in period. I hear they get better as they are close to balding though.
If they are BFG's do a nice 2nd gear burnout to get them hot and they will hook hard as hell.
sure he will, but his clutch and brakes will not like him very much if he does it often..ps, you dont do burnouts in the water box :dunno: you do them right after it... it would be kinda self defeating to do it in a puddle of water..SpoolnV8 said:sitting in some water he will be fine
PsyKotiC RydeR said:What's the difference between doing a burnout in first gear or 2nd gear?
M Miller- I belive I have the same clutch setup as you. HPF feramic, stock FW, and yellow ACT PP. I'm only BPU+ though.
M Miller said:You will get the tires heated more quickly... That is correct, I did most of the R+D for the feramic clutch... I tried everything with this clutch. I highly recommend a line-lock(titans)... You run the risk of siezing the disk in the burnout box or during the launch. I'm glad to see someone bpu trying this clutch out. I would imagine a long life expectancy. Good luck