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How can one spin tires with auto trans?

Have had the Mazda3 for two months and wonder what is, if any,the best way to spin the wheels/tires like manual trans does! 8) Something that won't mess up the trans bad! Will the in-neutral way hurt it?


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Re: How can one spin tires with auto trans?

Why would you want to do that? You like ruining your tires? Burnouts are for movies and idiots at race tracks that "think" they're cool.

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Re: How can one spin tires with auto trans?

er, neutral drop?

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Re: How can one spin tires with auto trans?

You know better

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Re: How can one spin tires with auto trans?

dont do this.... if you want to do burn outs get a stick!!!


frontwheel drive cars are hard to do( wichout killing something on the car) burn out with a auto


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Re: How can one spin tires with auto trans?

nah, not so hard. I do this with rentals all the time. chrysler 300M could spin for about 10 secs on a moist tarmac. Even camry could get a pretty good spin. although lately, some cars have a forced low-gas mode for a couple of secs after shifting out of neutral. damn you electronic throttle body!

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Re: How can one spin tires with auto trans?

Where is Roxy when you need her? Just kidding girl.


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^^ Damn beat me to it. Was gonna tell him to ask Roxy how to do it.

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[quote author=Kodos link=topic=27376.msg373827#msg373827 date=1124302351]
^^ Damn beat me to it. Was gonna tell him to ask Roxy how to do it.
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Re: How can one spin tires with auto trans?

lol yes she has mastered the art of "neutral drops"

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