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Old 09-27-2012, 11:54 AM   #1501
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in a manual car how does one do a burnout? I have never tried one but i always thought you would use first gear but i have read elsewhere to use second gear. thoughts?
Rev and hold at about 3,700 then dump the clutch (fully release it quickly) then slam on the brakes with your left foot while flooring it. Personally I say dumb it from first on street tires and 2nd for radials.
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Old 09-27-2012, 12:43 PM   #1502
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Drop the rears to 23-25 pounds, 30 isn't going to do much. Leave the fronts at 34-36, 38 is too much imo. But definitely lower the back way more.
Er I won't be dropping them that low. I have an hour drive home on the highway and that low of a PSI on my DD tires doesn't make me feel comfortable. Thanks for the advice though if I ever do get a second set of tires to use and such.

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Need to heat those stock tires up. Perform a good burnout and get them hot. Don't be afraid to smoke the tires.
I always do a burnout before my run. I have no problem smoking my tires, lol. Hence why I am already replacing them soon after almost 20k miles. I am down 2/32 tread life on the rears, lol. I've even done an 80mph burnout
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Er I won't be dropping them that low. I have an hour drive home on the highway and that low of a PSI on my DD tires doesn't make me feel comfortable. Thanks for the advice though if I ever do get a second set of tires to use and such.
Why don't you fill them back up with air before you leave? I have a small air compressor I take with me in case of emergencies anyway so I usually drop them that low and then fill them up when I leave
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Word all the tracks I've been to in NJ offer free air stations to fill back up. Atco, Island, and Englishtown.
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Why don't you fill them back up with air before you leave? I have a small air compressor I take with me in case of emergencies anyway so I usually drop them that low and then fill them up when I leave


That is what I do.
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Er I won't be dropping them that low. I have an hour drive home on the highway and that low of a PSI on my DD tires doesn't make me feel comfortable. Thanks for the advice though if I ever do get a second set of tires to use and such.



I always do a burnout before my run. I have no problem smoking my tires, lol. Hence why I am already replacing them soon after almost 20k miles. I am down 2/32 tread life on the rears, lol. I've even done an 80mph burnout

I took another look at your time slips, I believe the main issue is the weather. It was wamr that evening according to the DA web site that many of us use. Your DA was over 1800. That is a time killer. I looked back over all my passes and found my highest DA passes and compared times. They are somwhat similiar.

Go agin when the air is in the 50's and you will be surprised at how much better your times should be.
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Why don't you fill them back up with air before you leave? I have a small air compressor I take with me in case of emergencies anyway so I usually drop them that low and then fill them up when I leave
I don't have one of those, lol. Guess I should invest in one then. Would the compressor in my trunk work? And my track doesn't offer free air that I know of. I'll ask next time I am there.

Also, I try to be careful with these tires since they are my DD tires.

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I took another look at your time slips, I believe the main issue is the weather. It was wamr that evening according to the DA web site that many of us use. Your DA was over 1800. That is a time killer. I looked back over all my passes and found my highest DA passes and compared times. They are somwhat similiar.

Go agin when the air is in the 50's and you will be surprised at how much better your times should be.
Yea the weather is either cool here (70s-low 80s) with high humidity or low humidity and high temps during the summer. I go for fun though and don't mind what I run. Tomorrow night I am hoping for decent temps and humidity based on the weather this week so far. The last time I will be there is next month at the last Midnight Madness so hoping for cool temps again. I ran really good at the beginning of the season (14.2 and was pretty much stock as well as was my first time at the track).

Is there a way to correct the times? Just curious is all.
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I always do a burnout before my run. I have no problem smoking my tires, lol. Hence why I am already replacing them soon after almost 20k miles. I am down 2/32 tread life on the rears, lol. I've even done an 80mph burnout
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I don't have one of those, lol. Guess I should invest in one then. Would the compressor in my trunk work? And my track doesn't offer free air that I know of. I'll ask next time I am there.

Also, I try to be careful with these tires since they are my DD tires.
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WE ALL have a small air compressor (at least if you bought your camaro new or the previous owner didnt keep it) - yes it will work - I use it to keep the tire pressure at a constant 42psi (yes I over inflate a bit). Just make sure you have the knob in the right position when you crank it on - don't want to pump that green gunk in your tires!!
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WE ALL have a small air compressor (at least if you bought your camaro new or the previous owner didnt keep it) - yes it will work - I use it to keep the tire pressure at a constant 42psi (yes I over inflate a bit). Just make sure you have the knob in the right position when you crank it on - don't want to pump that green gunk in your tires!!
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Rev and hold at about 3,700 then dump the clutch (fully release it quickly) then slam on the brakes with your left foot while flooring it. Personally I say dumb it from first on street tires and 2nd for radials.
Just don't forget to switch both the traction control and stabilitrak off or you'll likely stall out.
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Old 09-28-2012, 09:45 AM   #1512
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It heavily depends on the conditions of the day. I have a lot of mods, and have yet to break 13s but it's also 105 degrees consistently here so that kills a lot of power for me. When the weather gets better, I hope to break into the 13s.
Yeah I'm hoping for better times once the temps get lower. Another factor of my spinning all of that afternoon could very well be that I was getting dangerously low on fuel towards the end of the day and maybe I was getting a little too light in the back. Started the day with a little over a quarter tank but I did put in some 9 or 10 passes.

Also I did make my first real attempt at any kind of burnout on my last run. They were having a "G-Body Shootout" event and it was about to kick off and I was "encouraged" to clean off the tires before my run. So I hit the water for the first time ever, rolled past it a smidge, and gave it a go. Didn't smoke them but I did what I aimed to so that was fun. Might have to do it more often, though I don't welcome the price tag on a new set of shoes for these 20"s any time soon.
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I don't have one of those, lol. Guess I should invest in one then. Would the compressor in my trunk work? And my track doesn't offer free air that I know of. I'll ask next time I am there.

Also, I try to be careful with these tires since they are my DD tires.



Yea the weather is either cool here (70s-low 80s) with high humidity or low humidity and high temps during the summer. I go for fun though and don't mind what I run. Tomorrow night I am hoping for decent temps and humidity based on the weather this week so far. The last time I will be there is next month at the last Midnight Madness so hoping for cool temps again. I ran really good at the beginning of the season (14.2 and was pretty much stock as well as was my first time at the track).

Is there a way to correct the times? Just curious is all.

That is the one I use, works fine to bring my drag radial tire PSI back from 18 to 35 for the drive home. .....


Yes there is, check out this web site for the DA correction numbers. Plug in the numbers and see the corrections. Really only used for an equalizer to verify what happens in differant scenarios.


http://www.dragtimes.com/da-density-...calculator.php
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Old 09-30-2012, 09:35 PM   #1514
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not so sure of that... Look at V6owner's stats... he trapped at 109 MPH but only ran a 13.1... and he's running good tires and says he hooks...
He said he was running out of gas near the end of that run.

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Rev and hold at about 3,700 then dump the clutch (fully release it quickly) then slam on the brakes with your left foot while flooring it. Personally I say dumb it from first on street tires and 2nd for radials.
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Is this a manual or auto car?

You're going to need tires on a FI car. That 104 trap speed is good for low 13s.

Sorry for the delay Darkness It is an Auto and I was using sport mode The next time I will use the paddles the car response is much quicker
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Good to see there will be a next time.

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Ha Merc how come you SS guys on the V6 thread are you planning on trading up
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Sorry for the delay Darkness It is an Auto and I was using sport mode The next time I will use the paddles the car response is much quicker
Paddle shifters are NOT quicker... if anything they will probably slow you down... but what the heck give it a try...
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Paddle shifters are NOT quicker... if anything they will probably slow you down... but what the heck give it a try...


As scrming said you can give it a try, however, the times I tried paddle shifting I was slower for sure. I was never faster than the computer doing the work for me.

Sprot mode all the way, everytime.
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As scrming said you can give it a try, however, the times I tried paddle shifting I was slower for sure. I was never faster than the computer doing the work for me.

Sprot mode all the way, everytime.

Okay thanks I will delete paddles Let you know how I make out
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Sorry for the delay Darkness It is an Auto and I was using sport mode The next time I will use the paddles the car response is much quicker
I see. You seem to have spent a lot of money on your car, I think you owe it to the car to get a proper rim/tire set up for drag racing. You need radials or slicks out back on a FI car. Street tires just arent going to cut it at that power level!

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cool thanks. might have to try it one day
Make sure your tires are wet! Burnouts with dry tires is terrible for your driveline/clutch. It can be done, but only so many times.
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Any suggestions for a first timer? Will probably be taking part in an event in about 3 weeks and need some pointers lol. Car is a 2011 V6 automatic.



My first time ever going down the track in a car was November 2010 when I met up with SCRMNG at our local track. I have been down a few tracks before but those were on frozen surfaces while on board my snowmobile. John helped educate me quickly.


So here is some education that I learned from others.

You will need a helmet and our track requires closed shoes and long pants. Check with your local track for rules.

1. Over inflate your front tires to around 42 - 45 lbs. This will reduce the rolling resistance on the fronts.

2. Set the rear tire pressure to around 30 lbs. This will help with traction.

3. be sure to run 93 octanes. Preferably for the week leading up to the track time. I arrived on my second track time with a 1/4 tank of gas. Remember (rule of thumb) for every 100 lb reduction is 0.1 of a second faster. Every 10 HP increase is worth a 0.1 of a second too.

4. Turn off all traction devices and do a burnout while holding your foot on the brake. (automatics) Try and get both tires spinning and heat the stock Pirellis up.

5. Stage your Camaro with all traction control devices back on. Wheel spin is an ET killer.

6. Hold the RPM's just off idle with your right foot and with your left foot hold the brake.

7. When you see the last yellow of the xmas tree light up let off the brake and put the hammer down.

Don't worry about your reaction time at first. This only comes into play in head to head running not during test and tune time.

Go straight and let off the gas after you go thru the traps at the end. Keep in mind there is a 2nd set of lights for trap speed just passed the finish line so make sure your past this point before lifting.

Slow down and know the local track rules on departing the track.

And by all means have fun. And enjoy the legal drag racing.
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My first time ever going down the track in a car was November 2010 when I met up with SCRMNG at our local track. I have been down a few tracks before but those were on frozen surfaces while on board my snowmobile. John helped educate me quickly.


So here is some education that I learned from others.

You will need a helmet and our track requires closed shoes and long pants. Check with your local track for rules.

1. Over inflate your front tires to around 42 - 45 lbs. This will reduce the rolling resistance on the fronts.

2. Set the rear tire pressure to around 30 lbs. This will help with traction.

3. be sure to run 93 octanes. Preferably for the week leading up to the track time. I arrived on my second track time with a 1/4 tank of gas. Remember (rule of thumb) for every 100 lb reduction is 0.1 of a second faster. Every 10 HP increase is worth a 0.1 of a second too.

4. Turn off all traction devices and do a burnout while holding your foot on the brake. (automatics) Try and get both tires spinning and heat the stock Pirellis up.

5. Stage your Camaro with all traction control devices back on. Wheel spin is an ET killer.

6. Hold the RPM's just off idle with your right foot and with your left foot hold the brake.

7. When you see the last yellow of the xmas tree light up let off the brake and put the hammer down.

Don't worry about your reaction time at first. This only comes into play in head to head running not during test and tune time.

Go straight and let off the gas after you go thru the traps at the end. Keep in mind there is a 2nd set of lights for trap speed just passed the finish line so make sure your past this point before lifting.

Slow down and know the local track rules on departing the track.

And by all means have fun. And enjoy the legal drag racing.
Thanks! I'm gonna wear pants and my car isn't fast enough to require a helmet. I'll keep the rest in mind. So burnout without TC but race with it on?


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