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i got a quick question.

i use to my camaro with an auto for heatring up tires in the burn-out box.

i'm looking for some good times this yr from the supra, but it's a manual.

what's a good way to heat up the tires.. linelock? slip the clutch..

thanks for any advice
 

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line lock is the easiest... the other method is described below in steps...
1. let the car roll a little bit
2. put car in first gear with clutch depressed
3. (tricky part) slam the gas, drop the clutch, and move left foot over to brake pedal very very quickly...

you should end up with your clutch actuated, right foot on gas (fairly heavily), and left foot on brake (very hard)

when you give the car a sudden jolt like that, it will transfer most of the braking power into the front, acting somewhat like a line lock

this takes a lot of practice in huge open parking lots (with no poles ;) in them)
 

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malloynx said:
i got a quick question.

i use to my camaro with an auto for heatring up tires in the burn-out box.

i'm looking for some good times this yr from the supra, but it's a manual.

what's a good way to heat up the tires.. linelock? slip the clutch..

thanks for any advice
Just get a linelock, they're cheap and easy to install. Roll into the box, spin the tires one rotation in the water and pull out of the waterbox, hit the linelock and burn out starting in second gear, first gear is way too low and you won't get enough tire rotation to get your tires hot and sticky.

The linelock will help save your breaks and you'll stay 100% in control during your burnout.
 

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Right Heel/Toe = Brake/Gas

Left on the clutch still

I used 2nd gear.
Linelock is best though.
 
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