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Old 03-17-2007, 02:22 PM
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i have '98 accord automatic. whats the best way to do a burn out? going from neutral to drive is bad for it i know. so should i jsut hold the brake and gas it?
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Old 03-17-2007, 02:52 PM
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either way you look at it its not going to be cool cause you dont have a LSD, but i would say rip the e-brake and gun it.
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Old 03-17-2007, 03:26 PM
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LoL I think its funny that you are worried about going from neutral straight into drive because its bad for it. Doing a burnout period is bad for your car. But, that being said, its still fun to do from time to time. The best way to do it in your car is probably as live2rice said, just set the e-brake and then floor it and hope for the best. Are you just trying to do it for the hell of it, or taking a picture of it or something?
just for the hell of it. but if i hold up the e brake and gas it the car still moves forward
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ah i hate those cars, the new smart cars wont let you do brake stands...............damn saab.
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turn off the traction control if it's equiped with it.

edit> I dont think the 98 models came with traction control.
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turn off the traction control if it's equiped with it.

whats that?
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haha...the 07s dont have traction control unless you get the 6. somethin i think is kinda ****ty personally.
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why would you want to do that >?? ( burn out ) ? i hope you have some money to buy a set of tires a lot sooner than normal and the possibility to cause some damage to( tranny, axle breaking .). .. Total waste of money and for what ?? to get a few seconds of attention ??, but ehy if that's what you like ..

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