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Cadillac ATS Technical Discussion Forum Discussion, Burnouts/ traction control in Cadillac ATS Discussion Forums; Different stock calibrations between the 2.0 and 3.6. Thats probably why the 2.0T guys don't have trouble. the 3.6 has ...
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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    Different stock calibrations between the 2.0 and 3.6. Thats probably why the 2.0T guys don't have trouble.

    the 3.6 has enough power to burn rubber with out needing a manual.

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    Must have different limiters. Once I got mine turned off it's not an issue now. They will spin as long as I can afford to keep them spinning lol

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    Could you please tell me how to raise the limit?

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    You have to have a tuner to do it. I can tell you how with an hp tuner

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    Thank you。I am in china,and I hope that trifecta will do that for me。I‘m planning on a trifecta tuning oversea。
    PS:It’s rediculous expensive in China,over 2000 dollars。

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    Sometimes when I do some 0-60 runs I get wheel spin in the 4000-5000 range if the tires are not warmed up .

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    Did some burnouts just after I waxed my car . There was a fine black mist all over the back of the car . I think static charge made the rubber stick to the car . Lol

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    I miss my 745li with burn outs. All I had to do was floor it and it would burn all the way down the steet until I let off. Donuts like butter. Tires did not last long with that car. And it was a full on luxury car that could do that. Still doesn't compare to my ATS even though I can't get burn outs with this ATS4
    Quote Originally Posted by Stevo Supremo View Post
    lol Automatics are a pain for burnouts (unless you have a high Tq V8), I had a manual and could roast the tires all day (in theory) just rev the bish up to like 3.5-4K, dump the clutch and modulate the brakes

    Also, you better have the limited slip diff or it'll just be sad


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    Your in China? Have you seen an ATSL? Do you see many ATS's there? How about some pics of your car in CHINA. I like to see other counties with the same car.
    Quote Originally Posted by feiyu809 View Post
    Thank you。I am in china,and I hope that trifecta will do that for me。I‘m planning on a trifecta tuning oversea。
    PS:It’s rediculous expensive in China,over 2000 dollars。

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    What the guy above me said times 2!

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    my post and picture been deleted!

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    Why were they deleted? I wanted to see
    Quote Originally Posted by feiyu809 View Post
    my post and picture been deleted!

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    Quote Originally Posted by duneless View Post
    Why were they deleted? I wanted to see
    don't know,it's some ATS L pic,and a link to a chinese carwebsite

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    I think it was moved to the atsl spotted thread.
    Quote Originally Posted by feiyu809 View Post
    don't know,it's some ATS L pic,and a link to a chinese carwebsite

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    Re: Burnouts/ traction control

    Quote Originally Posted by feiyu809 View Post
    don't know,it's some ATS L pic,and a link to a chinese carwebsite
    Exactly. This is a thread about burnouts. Your post was off topic AND only contained things in another thread.

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