Bleach, sounds cool but wouldn't that break down the rubber more rapidly with that type of friction?
hmmm, I never tried that....
Actually, we should have an Intrepid meet and see who could do the best burnout....??!! That would be cool...?
Well, if you haven't done a burn out before I suggest practicing on a fairly smooth paved surface (so you don't get chunks) and practice punching it from a stop or when slightly turning the way, you can usually spin the tires this way.
Don't know but the E-brake thing seems a little harsh to me but then again I've done some crazy stuff so I shouldn't talk.
My friend did the E-brake thing in his Honda CRX and it was funny! His car looked like a dog draggin' it's rear legs. It was just dragging the back wheels!
Just my thoughts on it.... Later....
Oh shhht, just figured out what you might have meant by the fuse thing, makes sense now.... Some cars have built in traction control, perhaps that is automatic where you can't disable it.
If you have traction control, just press the button to where you seen "Trac Off" on your instrument panel. If you have an LH vehicle and it doesn't have this button you probably don't have traction control.
[ February 01, 2002: Message edited by: MoparPerformance ]
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