I don't "Pop" the clutch unless I'm trying to do a burnout. A much more effective technique is to learn to ride the clutch just enough to prevent wheelspin.
On the track (drag radials, of course) I launch somewhere between 4500-5000 rpms depending on how the track is prepped, and slip the clutch just enough to keep from just spinning the tires. I get some chirping, but don't just sit and spin.
It takes some practice, but all the guys who run really good 60ft times for their mods use this technique.
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