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I just got a 17 and I am wondering the best way to do a standstill burnout? I tried using the break hold button but it seems to just dissengage once the car starts moving forward.
 

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I don't see the fun in doing a burnout unless I'm at a 1/4 mile track, but :

Wet front tires work best.

How about using the parking brake ?
 

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If you don't have your seat belt on the parking brake will not auto disengage, Canadian model anyway.
 

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W h y??????????????
Because 'Murica.

But realistically if the parking brake is auto-disengaging, the only thing you can really do is soak the front tires and ground, and have two people hold it. Try popping the clutch at a higher rpm and try not to break anything in the process.
 

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I have been fighting to stay positive over this one for hours now, and the only thing I can come up with is this;

Gotta love free entertainment, lol.
 

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Not sure about just Canadian models, but the e-brake doesn't auto-disengage in my coupe 6sp with my seat belt off, as well ...
I haven't tried this specifically, but try holding the switch in the up position throughout?
 
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