This is very true, I started off with a bit of snow under the tires and had the e brake down, I think the speedo was around 150kph when the snow was all gone it was all a bit of water under that, wow never seen so much smoke, the heater was on full blast and smoke just filled up the car. :biggrin:joekd said:yeah, bleach isn't necessary, just a a little water to get the tires started, once they start spinning keep it in first gear and they will just keep spinning until you let off the brake or back out of the throttle
I believe it was in Car & Driver or Motor Trend, but there was an Acura that had one...can't recall if it was a manual or auto tranny, though. You're probably right, in that none are manufactured and put for sale, but I think it's possible.Black94ES said:I don't think there are any Automatics on the planet with LSD, only "sticks" can have it, not all of them do.
Never encounterd that before, but then again, I haven't done many burnout's with my car. The one time I tried, I left one black streak of rubber on the pavement infront of my house.LHSer said:You can have LSD on an automatic.
Spin both front tires? Thats nothing new for me...
It was a little wet at the time, I punched the gas with TC off, it went right tire, left tire then both tires.