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my z28 goes to the right when i do a burnout

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    my z28 goes to the right when i do a burnout

    when i do a burnout the backside of my camaro goes to the right why does it do that is this normal or bad??????

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    def park it until you can get that sorted out. It's extremely dangerous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyLs1 View Post
    def park it until you can get that sorted out. It's extremely dangerous!
    Agreed should be goin' left then stait then right then completely sideways then around in one circle and back the other way!
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    i need a front aligment if that has to do with anything
    maybe a rear aligment too then

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    Shutter' down Luke she's suckin' mud!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyLs1 View Post
    def park it until you can get that sorted out. It's extremely dangerous!
    Thats a bunch of BS.

    Get some adjustable suspension if you dont like it. Should cure it

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshieDoom View Post
    Thats a bunch of BS.

    Get some adjustable suspension if you dont like it. Should cure it
    Aw man we's jus funnin' with the feller..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Aw man we's jus funnin' with the feller..
    yeah but at least put a JK or something on the bottom. Lots of people on here can take that crap serious. No need to spread misinformation

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajonesz28 View Post
    when i do a burnout the backside of my camaro goes to the right why does it do that is this normal or bad??????
    Thats pretty normal bro. All high TQ cars should do that. At least RWD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshieDoom View Post
    yeah but at least put a JK or something on the bottom. Lots of people on here can take that crap serious. No need to spread misinformation
    Ok will do point well taken. I figured because of all the "thens" I used it seemed a little out there. But definetly noted for future ref..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajonesz28 View Post
    when i do a burnout the backside of my camaro goes to the right why does it do that is this normal or bad??????
    I was just kiddin'. But no nothing wrong with it. It always seems that over the years with all my f-bodies 89,92,95, and current 01. The right rear breaks traction more easily with the limited slip rear and then the left one follows after. Sometimes depends on how the car is sittin' too. Maybe leaning a little left or a little right. But I think you're probably ok on this one though.

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    Yup it's normal. Also shows you have both rear wheels spinning, if you only had a peg-leg diff you would not go sideways. Just depends on the surface and any possible slope for which way it will go, but usually RWD cars will go one way more often, I believe they do this from the torque/rotation of the engine.

    I agree w/Joshie, I thought you guys (Smittro,Philly) were serious at first too! Some people will believe anything, a smilie or J/K when you're not serious is needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshieDoom View Post
    Thats a bunch of BS.

    Get some adjustable suspension if you dont like it. Should cure it
    YEAH! Just throw some parts at it! That cures everything lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyLs1 View Post
    YEAH! Just throw some parts at it! That cures everything lol.
    An adjustable panhard bar would most likely....

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    quit cranking ur steering wheel while burning out

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    thats the back end trying to pass the front

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    Quote Originally Posted by fergyflyer View Post
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