The burn out process actually has me a little bit worried lol. I dont have line lock and I've never done a burn out in 2nd. If they have that much grip how do you get them to slip and do a burn out?
I've been looking it up a bunch and it seems that I just need to rev it up high dump the clutch and go straight to the brakes and apply as much as needed to keep me in place and then slowly come off the brake and push in the clutch once you gain a little traction. Does that sound about right? And why 2nd and not 1st?
Thanks for all the great advice and tips
Another part of the trickery. Getting the car to do a burnout in second gear on cold tires is not hard. Getting it to stay still without cooking the rear brakes is difficult. You have to dump the clutch, and the very quickly move your left foot over to the brake pedal and hold it just enough to keep the car from moving. Just hard enough to keep it still (ish), but not too hard to cook the rear brakes. When you see some smoke, let off the brakes, and let the car roll out.