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Old 01-14-2012, 11:21 PM
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3.5L SXT Burnout?

Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone with a stock 3.5L HO V6 Charger has had any luck doing a burnout. I have a stock 2010 SXT and have tried (unsuccessfully) on a few occasions to burnout in it. I only want to be able to burnout every now and then because I do not want to mess up my transmission and/or other mechanical components. I have tried the brake and gas technique, the dump it into drive from neutral technique a.k.a. The dumbest and easiest way to screw up the tranny technique, and I have even been so desperate as to hit the gas while turning in a circle (this led to a litle smoke and barely viable tread marks on tue pavement). On top of this I have tried everything to unsuccessfully turn off the traction control. I have pretty much done everything short of buying computer chips and mods to burnout. I don't have the $$$ for mods and my car is a daily driver so I don't wanna invalidate my warranty by dropping mods on the engine. Can anyone please show me the secret to burning out in a bone stock 2010 Dodge Charger SXT 3.5L High Output lol!? (And please, don't reply if u have tons of mods in your car or if u have the Holy Hemi)
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Old 01-14-2012, 11:30 PM
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turn off the traction control, throw it in drive let it roll then without hitting the brakes turn the key and hold it for like 15 seconds, i don't really remember how long and that should turn off the traction control completely.

if it's really how out side then you won't be able to do it.
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Alright so all u need to so is hit the traction control button and make sure it's off. Then I start driving and then turn the key to the off position and then turn the car back on to completely disable the TCM?
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no as the car is rolling, turn the key to the crank position, the radio and lights will go off then you'll hear a chime
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Alright then after that do I just go from crank to start or do I turn the car off? Also how can I re-engage the TCM after I am done?
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You have be driving between 15-20km, turn the key as if you were going to turn the car on, after about 4-5 seconds the radio will go off, you will here a ding and your traction control will be completely disabled.. The car will still be running, and the only way to turn the traction control back on is by turning the car off. Once you restart the engine it will be re engaged.
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Neutral drops are a very, very BAD thing.

Type of pavement plays a huge role in doing a burnout with a 3.5L

The smoother, the better, smooth concrete being the best, rough blacktop being about the worst.
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@Cheif Tragedy-Once I hear the ding signaling that the TCM is off do I turn the key back to cut the engine on? (I know a lot of my questions sound dumb and rhetorical but again I don't want to mess my car up and have the dealership screw me over by invalidating my warranty because I did something) Thanks again for all the info guys!
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@Cheif Tragedy-Once I hear the ding signaling that the TCM is off do I turn the key back to cut the engine on? (I know a lot of my questions sound dumb and rhetorical but again I don't want to mess my car up and have the dealership screw me over by invalidating my warranty because I did something) Thanks again for all the info guys!

While driving above 10mph, turn the key to the "start" position, it'll seem like you really screwed up, the lights will go out, then come back on, chimes will be dinging, and most of your warning lights will be on.

You just turn it for a few seconds, when the lights go out/flash, just let go of the key, as when starting the car.

Your ESP and BAS lights will be on.

When you shut off and restart the car, all will be back to normal, no worries

Be aware, when you do this, all safety functions are OFF! Not a good way to drive around town on a daily basis, or while pushing the limits.
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Alright cool. I'll give it a shot and try it tomorrow. Hopefully I can finally hit one burnout lol!
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