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      01-21-2009, 11:14 PM   #1
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Cant do a burnout in 6mt 335i

hay i was wondering if someone could help me i was wondering if anyone new y
this car is not doing a standstill burnout
here's what i'am doing

#1.traction totaly of,"nanny",circled triangle

1st try. take it up to 3000 rpm dump the clutch stay 3/4 of the way on the gas
get on the brake !boom! bucks 3 4 times stalls

2nd try. same as 1st try exept at 4000 rpm !boom! bucks stalls

try 3. take it to 3500 rpm dump the clutch let the car roll about a foot get on the brake once again the car bucks and stalls

iam getting mad because in front of people at a drag strip i look like a 10 year old trying to learn how to drive a stick


btw. I do have experience with manual vehicles i had a 07 mustang gt (stick)
got that thing to burnout like a maniac on demand

help me out guys thx

335i sedan if that helps
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      01-21-2009, 11:51 PM   #2
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what do u need to burnout on your 335i for... you could have damaged your car in those few attempts you tried.
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      01-21-2009, 11:55 PM   #3
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if the car is dying then your prolly just on the brake too hard, simple as that
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mayb your braking to hard they are pretty good brakes....

I get my 6mt 328 to do a burn out with 19/10's in the back and ps2..
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      01-21-2009, 11:59 PM   #6
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what do u need to burnout on your 335i for... you could have damaged your car in those few attempts you tried.
It seems like the OP is trying to warm the tires up on a dragstrip
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      01-22-2009, 12:28 AM   #8
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Sorry..not into doing burnouts..wasting tires...and making a lot of noise that will make cops come. I prefer to not do the burnout and just accelerate fast.
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      01-22-2009, 01:44 AM   #9
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what do u need to burnout on your 335i for... you could have damaged your car in those few attempts you tried.
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i had a 07 mustang gt (stick)
That's why.
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      05-11-2012, 08:59 PM   #10
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the brake pedal disables the gas pedal for safety reasons
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Try taking the revs to redline
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      05-12-2012, 12:53 AM   #12
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I have never done it but I heard you raise the rpm to about 5k with it in first gear (only for a second), then drop the clutch and slam the brake pedal after a split second of pure gas. That should get the rear tires spinning before you put a load on the front brakes. I never do it but this is how I was "told" to do it, haha.
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      05-17-2012, 04:31 PM   #13
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I mean, even so, wouldn't you be only warming up 1 tire at a time? Assuming you don't have LSD?
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the brake pedal disables the gas pedal for safety reasons
How is that possible if i heel toe to downshift?
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      05-19-2012, 07:57 PM   #15
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I have never done it but I heard you raise the rpm to about 5k with it in first gear (only for a second), then drop the clutch and slam the brake pedal after a split second of pure gas. That should get the rear tires spinning before you put a load on the front brakes. I never do it but this is how I was "told" to do it, haha.
wouldnt the rear brakes kick in as well? I dont know how this works .... brakes holding car but tires spinning? how does it spin if the brakes are not supposed to allow it to spin :/
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are you holding down the traction control button for 5 seconds, making sure the DSC is completely off, not just the traction control? this makes a HUGE difference in everything not just doing burnouts..

once the DSC is completely off, take the revs up to around 5-6k dump the clutch and immediately go to a 50-60% brake pedal all while holding the gas ALL the way down. alternate brake pressure to keep the revs up, if you press to hard, itll cut out throttle because safety nanny bs.
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      05-20-2012, 12:44 AM   #17
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FYI, this is from 09 and OP has since been banned.
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FYI, this is from 09 and OP has since been banned.
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