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How to do a Burnout. Thoroughly explained.

Burnouts are a pillar of car culture, not only do they look cool, they also serve the purpose of warming up tires at the drag strip.

How a burnout is done varies depending on the car’s drivetrain configuration, the kind of transmission, and the engine’s power and torque numbers.

Fortunately, it’s not as complicated as it seems, and as the old adage goes, practice makes perfect.

In the video below we get a comprehensive tutorial for both front wheel drive and rear wheel drive vehicles.

So grab your popcorn and take a look at the video below.

ALSO WATCH: A 1970 Plymouth Cuda doing an impressive burnout!

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