Burnout with Tahoe 5.3?

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  1. Taavi

    Taavi TYF Newbie

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    My idea now is to add line lock to the rear breakline. So I could be on park or neutral, activate line lock and the reat brakes would be deactivated then. I would like to order the line lock from ebay, but the problem is that transport to Estonia costs almost double the price of the piece itself.
     
  2. Galante

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    Its a slick racer bud, bleach, transfluid or any liquid and youll be able to power brake it, no issues
     
  3. Onebad1983

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    I spin in D in the wet so I don't think so
     
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    adding a cheap valve to cut off the pressure sent to the rear brakes would be a huge benefit for you and you wouldn't really need to go crazy. just adding something to do a brake stand on occasion i wouldn't go too crazy. another suggestion or question what tires do you have on your truck? if you want do be able to do a burnout pick up 2 spare rims and put some really poor quality tires on the back. some real bottom dollar no name tires. if you do go that route you can also buy the tires one or 2 width sizes less. less tire contact means less traction. also you can up your air pressure in your tire but before anyone rips me up for it ill add my word of caution now. im only suggesting a little higher as i dont want someone to get hurt. a little higher on the pressure will also lower your contact patch causing less traction allowing you to spin easier.
     
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    Them G80s like to grenade if you're trying to do burnouts. Fair warning.
     
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    Even with traction control ON, my 2003 5.3 burns out pretty easily.... Even on dry asphalt.

    Shouldn't all the healthy 5.3s do that?
     

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