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Old 09-29-2007, 10:52 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by willwren
There'* a technique I use at the dragstrip to make sure I get both going in the burnout box. I shared this with sonoma_zr2 and 2000Silverbullet at WCBF, and it worked wonders for both of them.

When you start your burnout (at the track or elsewhere), work the steery-wheel back and forth 5-10 degrees a few times just as the tires break loose. This allows the diff to evenly engage each side.

Wtih this technique, I've NEVER had a one-wheel wonder on either car. If you watch my WCBF in-car track vids, you can clearly see how I do it, and how much I steer it back and forth.
And me. It'* a very effective technique.
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