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Best way to burnout......??????


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Originally Posted by HARLEY6LF250SDU Like SOCOMech said, NO Off Road Mode and NO E-Locker, Traction Controll OFF Burn away Right ...


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Old 06-08-2011, 11:51 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by HARLEY6LF250SDU View Post
Like SOCOMech said,

NO Off Road Mode and NO E-Locker, Traction Controll OFF

Burn away
Right on the rolling burnout, hooks up quick tho and stops smokin pretty quickly. My 2011 WILL NOT power brake too get a good burnout. Ford has a brake overide on them now. Guess I'm gonna have to get a tune to overide that little problem.......




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Dead resurrection here.

On my IG thread a video popped up with a 6.2 smoking both rears. Not that this is something I do, I am not 18, however, I have tried to powerbreak in wet grass and could not get them to spin. What gives? Do I need intake exhaust and 5 star?? I did disengage the traction and it began to spin but nothing. Not impressive.
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Dead resurrection here.

On my IG thread a video popped up with a 6.2 smoking both rears. Not that this is something I do, I am not 18, however, I have tried to powerbreak in wet grass and could not get them to spin. What gives? Do I need intake exhaust and 5 star?? I did disengage the traction and it began to spin but nothing. Not impressive.
Hit the Traction button.
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Originally Posted by Corona4Me View Post
Hit the Traction button.
Does not work for me. Thank you for the response, but I would not have made a post without trying that first.

My truck just bogs down.
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Originally Posted by 40oz View Post
Does not work for me. Thank you for the response, but I would not have made a post without trying that first.

My truck just bogs down.
Hold the traction button for roughly 5-7 seconds. That turns it all the way off. One touch is only "sport" traction.
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i dont like standing burnouts, but i love rolling one out of this truck. i just have to push the skinny pedal down a bit and the fucker shoots off like a rocket with some nice wheel spin.

standing burnouts are only good for live crowds and youtube, really only the owner can have a bad time during a standing burnout lol.
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Ask the guys complaining about blown rear ends and clunking transmissions, they usually know....
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Originally Posted by CUSTOMWHEELS4U View Post
Hold the traction button for roughly 5-7 seconds. That turns it all the way off. One touch is only "sport" traction.
I dont really care to do a burnout, not a teen anymore, however, I would like to have the ability to. I have taken the traction completely off, I just think my truck lacks the power. May need to do that plug change sooner rather than later.
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Originally Posted by 40oz View Post
I dont really care to do a burnout, not a teen anymore, however, I would like to have the ability to. I have taken the traction completely off, I just think my truck lacks the power. May need to do that plug change sooner rather than later.
It's good to turn it all the way off when off road too. Especially if hills are involved.
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