How to do a burnout in a automatic Mustang?

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  • How to do a burnout in a automatic Mustang?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 00:09
Do not do a neutral drop (rev the engine up in N and then put it in D), you will break expensive parts. Turn off the traction control, put it in D and hold the brake while pressing the gas, press harder on the gas, while gently releasing pressure on the brake pedal. If you do it right, the brakes will hold your front tires while allowing the rear to spin. Then you can release the brake and floor the gas.... might work.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 01:26
it's not very good for the car but you can easily do a burnout on an automatic mustang. all you have to do is hold the brake down a bit and then hit the accelerator. when the wheels start spinning you'll need to make sure to keep enough brake pressure to keep the car from moving forward but not slowing the wheels down enough to stop the burnout. you'll also need to keep the car straight if it starts to move forwards. make sure to not over-rev the car or else you'll break your engine. it may sound difficult but its not that hard. in fact most RWD cars can do burnouts. ive done them on an underpowered and overweight chevy blazer with no issues at all.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 06:22
Don't be that guy. You don't look cool in your mustang and you never will.
Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 12:00
Turn off traction control. Put car in drive. Press gas while lightly holding brake.

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