how to do a burnout in a front wheel drive car?

admin | June 17, 2011 | 7 Comments

Question by humpkey: how to do a burnout in a front wheel drive car?

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Answer by kingnamz
make a massive fire ,and put the frount car wheel in the fire :)

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  1. lighting says:

    Mix some water & clorox.Pour it in front of the front
    tires…roll in to it & put the hammer down ( mat the gas pedal )

  2. boogie_4wheel says:

    set the parking brake

  3. bartzan41 says:

    Pull up and hold the parking brake, mash the gas pedal, and let off the brake when you can’t see anything but tire smoke!!

  4. G T says:

    Pour oil on the road and you may be able to do a burnout

    Cold icy pavement may be slippery enough to break the tires loose

  5. The Wasp says:

    Make sure you are on level ground or an upslope. Put it in drive and mash the gas pedal all the way down as quick as you can.

  6. pricksanddicks2 says:

    what car is it. just hold parking brake and dump the clutch probaly about 4 grand. its hard on your vechicle. and all these guys dissing the fwd tuners thats mean. a stock 91 crx will roast the tires with its whole 88hp. my neon won’t quite do but i have an automatic

  7. Buck says:

    THE QUESTION IS WHY? SAVE UP AND BUY A REAL CAR WITH REAR WHEEL DRIVE AND YOU WONT NEED TO ASK SUCH QUESTIONS.

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