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post #1 of 16 Old 03-22-2006, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
 
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how can i burnout with both tires

since i got my stang i have been doing many burnouts, but not in public places. I was wondering why i only leave/burnout with one tire. I was wondering how i can ake it burnout with both and give it more of a powerfull burnout. Any thoughts anyone.

P.S. anyway i can make it burnout with both tires?

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post #2 of 16 Old 03-22-2006, 08:23 PM
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It appears form your sig that you have a 6cyl. If you want to put more bang in your stang, add a set of gears and a traction lock. You can get them at many places. If you are running stock, I suggest 3.55s. If you are going to upgrade to a better flowing engine, 3.73s would do you good. But to smoke them both EVERY time, you need a locker of some sort.

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if u have a auto trans but in 4.10 gears if u have a 5 speed 3.73 would be fine. And yes u need a posi locker to spin both rear tires. I have a v6 and 3.73 gears with an auto didnt feel like a big difference
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where can i get the posi locker and around how much would it cost me, also what gears should i go with, my car just has minor mods, (CAI, CATBACK, SUPERCHIP, and HEADERS) for both the locker and gears, how much do you thick it will cost
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i was checking the locker out and came up to this posi-traction 7.5 differential, 28- tooth spline, is this what i need?
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i was checking the locker out and came up to this posi-traction 7.5 differential, 28- tooth spline, is this what i need?
Yes. Go to GefRacing.com to get good priced ford rear end components.
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You need a traction loc and 4.10's if you an auto.

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or you could go to the next step and buy a GT differential with your choice of gears. it's much stronger than the 7.5

it's a fairly common practice
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or you could go to the next step and buy a GT differential with your choice of gears. it's much stronger than the 7.5

it's a fairly common practice
Which is fine if he upgrades to an 8.8 rear end housing. And gets 8.8 gears also.
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If he is trying to just waste tires, why not just change out to a GT rearend (8.8)? He doesn't really need gears to make the chicks wonder what is wrong with him. I bought the 8.8 in my fiance's Sixer for $125. That would leave plenty of money for tires as opposed to buying a locker and gears, or just a locker.

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If he is trying to just waste tires, why not just change out to a GT rearend (8.8)? He doesn't really need gears to make the chicks wonder what is wrong with him. I bought the 8.8 in my fiance's Sixer for $125. That would leave plenty of money for tires as opposed to buying a locker and gears, or just a locker.

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Just weld up the spiders and get to the streets! It might be a little scary when it goes out but it should be one hell of a ride!
+1, but its hard to find an 8.8 for $125 unless it needs a rebuild, but thats just me.

And I see in your name you've got a 3.9 which is the '04 which means you sure wont want a sn95 8.8 under there or your rear end is going to get 1 1/2" shorter (total) I believe.
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why the hell are you people telling this poor kid to go make his car uncomfortable with a locker?

just get a facotry LSD from junk yard or something.

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why the hell are you people telling this poor kid to go make his car uncomfortable with a locker?

just get a facotry LSD from junk yard or something.
Ahhh I just saw that. Yes a locker is different from a traction lok. You want a t-lok for your street use. I wouldn't get a used t-lok, but thats just me...
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Get a spool, or a ghetto-spool(weld the rearend up). That'll be a garunteed posi burnout.

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by doing this to my car would it increase or deacrease any HP or Trq and the reason i want to do this is when i actually step on it i looks kinda dumb with only one tiremark escecially in races
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by doing this to my car would it increase or deacrease any HP or Trq
Neither. It will feel like a tq increase by the butt dyno, but other than that it will allow you to get into your powerband quicker.
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