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This is a discussion on Burn Out within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I got a standard Camaro SS 2001 but i do not now how to do a burn out on a ...

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    I got a standard Camaro SS 2001 but i do not now how to do a burn out on a standard car can someone tell me what to do

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    1. Aim down an empty stretch of road
    2. Turn of traction control if you have it
    3. Put it in 1st
    4. Rev it up to about 3-3.5 grand
    5. Dump the clutch (by this I mean flip your foot off the clutch and let it snap up on
    its own, don't ease it up.
    6. Mash the gas to the floor
    7. Hold the fuck on

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    as soon as you let up on the clutch..use your clutch foot to modulate brake pedal if you want to stay in one spot.

    you can also roll in 1st gear to around 2.5-3k and then go full throttle..car should break loose.

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    a good burn out with a M6 is really an artform lol, I have an auto so its easy but I am amazed at how some people can keep the m6 just standing there

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    But without a line lock you are ruining your rear brakes. Get a line lock and you have no problems and it is a lot easier set the line lock and dump the clutch.

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    Careful with the burnouts....pretty soon you'll be payin $600 for new rubber

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    it really isn't hard people, gas, get off the clutch and shit your pants, you want to do a really good one? Gas, get off the clutch and when they start spinning get into to second real quick and you'll burn em all day without the brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by PureSpeed
    Careful with the burnouts....pretty soon you'll be payin $600 for new rubber
    you have 22s on that thing or what? I havn't spent 600 bucks on all 4 at once

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    nothing like buring 1st, burning 2nd and chriping third on a stock LS1 SS

    it turns heads, anyone ever get third to spin(without using the brakes)? i've never really tried
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    I've chirped first second and third but the back tires were gettin weak so I rotated them and it won't chirp third anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss
    nothing like buring 1st, burning 2nd and chriping third on a stock LS1 SS

    it turns heads, anyone ever get third to spin(without using the brakes)? i've never really tried
    yeah..i did at the track, but it was around 20 degrees and track prep was shitty.

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    I've never burned third, but it'll chirp anytime, lol.

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    Hell mine chirps 4th everytime.

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    really? well you got some serious mods right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss~zoso~ss
    really? well you got some serious mods right?
    Not no more than anybody else. It surprised me but everytime it will do it on dry pavement. For those none believers in April will have plenty of witnesses. That might change when I put 11's out back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG D's SS
    Hell mine chirps 4th everytime.
    Yeah I was gonna say that about the one I sold but I just KNEW I would get flamed by unbelievers

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    Quote Originally Posted by z_driver1
    Yeah I was gonna say that about the one I sold but I just KNEW I would get flamed by unbelievers
    Hell it ain't bragging if you can back it up. I have plenty of witnesses.

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    na i believe you but now it makes sense, you got a cam headers and gears

    i though you may have been close to stock like me

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    That's just a list of his stickers

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    lol

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