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glogsdon1
05-17-12, 08:04 PM
Is it possible to do a burnout with a GS that has an automatic transmission? With those rear tires, it doesn't seem possible on dry pavement.

67vet
05-17-12, 09:04 PM
You have 436 Horsepower available. :w Tires will spin.

Hib Halverson
05-17-12, 09:50 PM
Come to a stop. Make sure traction control is off. Hold the brakes. Brake torque the engine then release the brakes long enough to get the rear wheels spinning then drag the brakes just enough so the car slows or stops with the rear wheels still spinning, then feed it more throttle balancing wheel spin, rpm such that you don't overrev and holding just enough brake to hold the car in place or let it move slowly. You may want to let it shift into second.

Once the smoke gets so you can't see you might want to stop the burnout.

Tuna
05-18-12, 09:06 AM
Once the smoke gets so you can't see you might want to stop the burnout.

Make sure you have ordered a new set of rear tires first! :D