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      01-09-2009, 11:49 AM   #45
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I assume you meant to say "burnouts without linelocks are a bad idea".
yes that's what I mean, sorry.
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The install is actually quite fast. The regular kit you have to wire yourself. With the PnP harness there is zero splicing, wire cutting, soldering, or crimping. The pre-drilled panels are great for people who want to just snap them in and go and not have to worry about putting the holes in the right places etc.
so then can we see a diy please?
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do you need to bleed the brakes?
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      01-09-2009, 12:06 PM   #48
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so then can we see a diy please?
I will be doing one with the next car we install on.

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do you need to bleed the brakes?
Yes, you do.
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I will be doing one with the next car we install on.



Yes, you do.
ok nice
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      01-09-2009, 12:27 PM   #50
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andrew is it obvious when installed

for example will a nosey tech at bmw question "what the fuck is that" haha
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      01-09-2009, 12:42 PM   #51
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Yes, you can definitively see it.
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That's pretty damn awesome
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That's pretty damn awesome

I smell a sale for ARdesign.....and a few for BFGoodrich.
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so which is the PNP version..I only see one version on your site..and whats the price difference ?
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Nice product Andrew! Any pictures of the PnP kit?
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does this work w/ A/T transmission?
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This is perfect for you drag strip junkies!
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does this work w/ A/T transmission?
y would u need it for a AT isnt it pretty simple for u AT guys to do a steady burnout?
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does this work w/ A/T transmission?
Yes!

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Somewhere in Parker.....LOL

Nice product Andrew! Any pictures of the PnP kit?
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y would u need it for a AT isnt it pretty simple for u AT guys to do a steady burnout?
No, its not. Car will still roll out.
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y would u need it for a AT isnt it pretty simple for u AT guys to do a steady burnout?
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burnouts without linelocks are a bad idea. I have cracked a rear rotor before using the break and accellerator method, too much heat in the back and the rotor cracked, got a linelock and things were all good, this was on a C5 Corvette.
i2iSTUDIOS brings up a very good example why doing a proper burnout without a linelock compromises your cars braking system.
Using your foot on the brakes whilst applying throttle to perform a burnout is not at the very least, doing your brake system any favours.
Using a linelock, will only lock the front brakes and leave the rears wheels to spin freely without any restriction of the rear brakes - just make sure DSC/DTC is fully disabled !!
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Bump, kits in stock and ready to go!
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so wait did the car in your vid have lsd or not?
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Right click, save as.... http://www.ardesign.info/video/bmw/3...kpromo0108.wmv

Or, watch it in HD on Vimeo

Quick little demo of our new Burnout Perfection™ Line Lock kit. Now taking orders!

All it does it lock the front breaks so you can do a burnout?

So its the same as holding the breaks and flooring it, or dumping the clutch, except the rear pads are not being worn down?


How many people actually find a use for this for a 335i?

I mean, wouldn't this mod make sense for someone that is CONSTANTLY going down the drag strip and does not want to beat the crap out of the rear breaks?

A burnout by holding the brakes down once a week, will cause more damage to the rear tires than to the rear pads.

Or am I missing something from this?
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No LSD. Yes, the product is for track junkies. Saves your rear brakes and prevents one tire fires.
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how those this help the so called "one wheel wonder" lol
why does the lie lock let both tires spin and y doesnt both tires spin with out the line lock can you please explain?
im sorry for all the questions asked but i really want to know more before i buy this product
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