It also depends on the tires you run, the width of the tires, if the tire are silicon based or more traditional rubber based, tread pattern, car you have, what mods you have and more. Usually powerbraking on a N/A car is not a good idea w/ the stock torque converter becaues it is too low in the powerband. It'* easier to just ease into the launch and use your foot to control the rate of acceleration as the Throttle Body Butterfly opens up. For a */C roots car, can powerbrake it because the torque is low since the roots will be stuffing air down it very quickly. But in reality it depends because each car is very different in its history, mods and combination of tires/wheels and more. Hope that helps. Just practice different techniques with your car and find the best.
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