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Hoosier Quick Time Pro Burn Out

New set of Bias Ply quick time pros - track in 3 weeks - I have been told that these tires require minimum burn out - for those with experience on these tires how ambient temp dependent are they regarding time of burn needed -

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First time on new tires I give it a little longer burnout. Normally I set the linelock and let it rip in first gear to 6 grand, shift into second till 6 grand, then shift into 3rd, off the linelock and spin forward and let off the gas. Heating the tires and not trying to melt them down.

I have a 95 Pontiac formula 375rwhp, t400auto, 411 spool, launch at 2000 rpm foot breaking. Usually rear tire pressure is 17lbs cold and comes up to 18lbs hot.


'07 Mustang GT 4.6 Auto C&L cold air, 3.73 gears, Diablo tune, and MT drag radials.
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