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Posted: Wed Nov 17, 2004 2:54 pm 
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Unfortunately all the workshop manuals i have here start at EF........but i am assuming that they wont have changed much :oops: :( :oops: but your ABS fuse is located in the under bonnet fuse box located next to coolant overflow/resevior.It should be a 30 A fuse and be marked on the lid as to which one......................ESP's bit of advice for attempting line lockers is to clamp rear brake lines so as not to burnout rear pads or overheat/warp rear rotors but most of all.........................ENJOY :D

 

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Posted: Wed Nov 17, 2004 3:44 pm 
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yes ESP is right the fuse is located under the bonnet right beside the overflow bottle. It should have abs written on the top cover.

Good luck with it all.

 

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Posted: Wed Nov 17, 2004 5:57 pm 
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Hyena wrote:
I've had no problems doing them in a manual with ABS as can be evidenced in THIS VID :)
Just rev it up, pretty much drop the clutch and then stand on the brake so you don't take off up the road.


Hey mate what song is that in the vid its wiked. So r the burnouts :D
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Posted: Wed Nov 17, 2004 10:56 pm 
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ALPz wrote:
these are my vids with my EL XR6 manual

http://www.angelfire.com/falcon2/alpz/vids/alpzburn01.mpg

http://www.angelfire.com/falcon2/alpz/vids/alpzburn03.mpg

this was my first time i ever did this, so i wasnt that good at it.


in those vids wat gear you in 1st off the line then do you change to 2nd or do you start in second

 

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Posted: Wed Nov 17, 2004 11:31 pm 
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Hey mate what song is that in the vid its wiked. So r the burnouts :D

Blame it on me by Unwritten Law from the album Elva.

All you guys talking about not being able to do standstills with ABS - mine in the above video were and it does them all day like that!

 

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Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2004 3:12 am 
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dunno what the deal is with the abs. it dont kick in till the car is doing over like 30 anyway, and once its spinning it wont lock up so it wont have to release it anyway, , and ive done one before, with foot on brake and all that happens is the abs malfunctions and the light turns on cos it holds the front and cant stop the back,. so the ligght turns on.. you finish smokin roll away and 50 down the road the light turns off and you abs is back on again.

if you dont beleive me try it on gravel bakin the backend flickin it round with the brake on slowing the front down.

just dont cut up in a carpark and forget to take the handbrake off from your parking bay, cos youll pretty much set fire to your rear pads!. ahha did that when i was 17. :roll:

 

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Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2004 11:39 am 
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at least you had a car which could 'bake up' when you were 17 :P
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Posted: Thu Nov 18, 2004 7:13 pm 
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dont cut up in a carpark and forget to take the handbrake off
I don't know what sort of falcon you drive but I don't know many RWD cars that will do a burnout with the handbrake on !!

 

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Posted: Sat Nov 27, 2004 4:41 pm 
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I do like some of you suggest, get the revs up to 3-4k and drop the clutch, then quickly jump on the brakes.

This works for me, even though I only have a single spinner that tends to lockup after a couple of burnouts. (as you can see from the video below, all done on the race track)

here is a vid of me lighting both tyres up at the strip, with a single spinner diff :)
http://www.red-line.tk/movies/ac-dual.mpg (2.4MB)

 

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Posted: Sat Nov 27, 2004 5:43 pm 
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This is somethin' thats been bothering me for a while, can get teh beast to arch up round corners, off the line ect, but i cant get it to do standstills.

This is the quickest way to distroy your LSD. Or what's left of it now!

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Beings a manual EB XR6 would the best thing be puttin her to 4/5 grand and slowly lifting the clutch up (noticed a lot of slipage when trying this) or should i start at the friction point and start ripping into it?

This is the quicked way to distroy your clutch!
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Or would it be best to heel and toe? being ABS i didn't think this was wise after seeing my mate burn both his front disc in a EF XR8, should i take the abs fuse out or is it a matter of clutch control?

(It does burn outs, but the correct way to standstill in a manual LSD ford should reduce the damage factor)

Yes do it this way. You may find the ABS light will com on during this because the rears are spinning too fast.
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Posted: Sat Nov 27, 2004 5:49 pm 
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SXR6 wrote:
This is somethin' thats been bothering me for a while, can get teh beast to arch up round corners, off the line ect, but i cant get it to do standstills.

This is the quickest way to distroy your LSD. Or what's left of it now!

SXR6 wrote:
Beings a manual EB XR6 would the best thing be puttin her to 4/5 grand and slowly lifting the clutch up (noticed a lot of slipage when trying this) or should i start at the friction point and start ripping into it?

This is the quicked way to distroy your clutch!
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Or would it be best to heel and toe? being ABS i didn't think this was wise after seeing my mate burn both his front disc in a EF XR8, should i take the abs fuse out or is it a matter of clutch control?

(It does burn outs, but the correct way to standstill in a manual LSD ford should reduce the damage factor)

Yes do it this way. You may find the ABS light will com on during this because the rears are spinning too fast.
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Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2004 9:19 am 
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good advice....
I got a auto EL on LPG i can not sit it ofcopurse, i was just wondering if any of you have some tricks to atleast smoke it up of the line?
Ans no i do not want to rev it up in N and drop it into D as it's got a new gearbox :lol:

 

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Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2004 7:48 pm 
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my mate with his 146rwkw ef was doin that for a while (n, 5000rpm then D) if his car didnt get written off by the mechanic his tranny would have lasted for i reckon 2 weeks and he woulda copped a cog in the a**! but f**k it ripped of a beatiful skid doin it that way!

 

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my mate with his 146rwkw ef was doin that for a while (n, 5000rpm then D) if his car didnt get written off by the mechanic his tranny would have lasted for i reckon 2 weeks and he woulda copped a cog in the a**! but f**k it ripped of a beatiful skid doin it that way!


:lol: Why in the world would you use this technique if you have 146rwkw... with that kind of power it will lose traction instantanously.
I just don't get some people.

 

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Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2004 10:47 pm 
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Never mind that, the mechanic wrote his car off ??!

 

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