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 how do u guys rev the engine in an automatic transmissoin
topic by samakaballer - 10-23-2007, 01:37 PM - Boxden > Whipz 'n Stereos (vehicles, sound systems)


ppl do it every kind of way it seems, have the parking brake on and hit the gas, keep there foot on the brake and hit the gas when it's in drive, put it in neutral and hit the gas, which way is the best though lol, just curious


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22 comments for "how do u guys rev the engine in an automatic transmissoin"


 10-23-2007, 04:50 PMaway - #2
GhosT 

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there is no GOOD way to do it, it's not really good for the engine, but all you have to do to rev it is keep it in park or nuetral and hit the gas

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 10-23-2007, 05:39 PMaway - #3
InsanePunk 

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The parking brake one doesnt sound smart

The neutral one is the only one I would ever do. (I had to do that in my old car to keep it running at idle and when i first started it, lol especially in the winter)
 10-23-2007, 05:50 PMaway - #4
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Why would you ever rev your engine in an automatic car? Automatic cars arent meant to race.
 10-23-2007, 08:24 PMaway - #5
Mr 315 

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people has their ways but if you're in an automatic and its a front wheel drive i suggest you not to do it..i wanna learn how to do a burnout on an AWD but i dont know how
 10-23-2007, 11:41 PMaway - #6
iNTELLECT 

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lol don't do it man... that #### will k!ll ur automatic transmission EARLY... and auto trannys cost mad $$$ to fix... lucky my car was on warranty when i got my tranny fixed.
 10-24-2007, 06:05 AMaway - #7
deziking 35 heat pts35

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don't do it man ####s not good, and if u have a rusted a$s bucket and u rev it in neutral and put it in drive real quick all that force will go out hard and it can take out your exhaust clamps and soon enough you'll be driving your car with exhaust hanging down. its not even kool btw.
 10-24-2007, 10:44 AMaway - #8
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Explain why you even want to rev? I'm all for blowing an auto tranny if you're gonna swap a manual in its place.
 10-24-2007, 03:19 PMaway - #9
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the same way you rev a manual transmission...dump it in neutral and give her gas...or jus hold down the brake in drive and floor that ####.....it ain't rocket science partna
 10-24-2007, 05:45 PMaway - #10
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Whats the point of doing it? Always do it in Park or Neutral but why? If your gonna race it don't drop it into drive, couple runs and you'll need a new tranny.
 10-25-2007, 02:59 PMaway - #11
Ep1dem1c 

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no way

its ghey
 10-25-2007, 07:42 PMonline - #12
JayR04 65 heat pts65

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same trannys you'll mess it up reving in park too.
 10-26-2007, 12:11 PMaway - #13
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lol u guys r k!lling me hell no im not racing, but #### some lamborghini's come in automatics u wouldn't race using a lambo??? I was just wondering what's the best way that is least liely to mess something up, just because of the new exhaust im going 2 get i might wanna show it off a lil to freinds haha
 10-26-2007, 06:03 PMaway - #14
GhosT 

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there's no way to keep it from ####ing your engine up. the engine is not meant to be rev'd for the hell of it. it puts strain on it. only show if oof your moving. don't just sit and rev your engine, that makes people look gay and desperate for attention
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 10-27-2007, 10:20 AMaway - #15
Cutty Olds 

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Originally Posted by Sammyboi22
Why would you ever rev your engine in an automatic car? Automatic cars arent meant to race.
Dont those super souped up drag racing cars come in only like in automatic because it's damn near imposible for the driver to bang the gears at the right time and hold on to the steering wheel?
 10-27-2007, 11:34 PMaway - #16
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Originally Posted by Sammyboi22
Why would you ever rev your engine in an automatic car? Automatic cars arent meant to race.
false. automatic transmissions can be built much stronger than manuals, and they are often used in drag racing cars over 6-700hp.
 10-28-2007, 10:30 AMaway - #17
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yes there actually is you can get a torque stall converter and you can rev at what ever RPM you want to launch at and jump off the line like that without having your car in park or neutral or what ever my friend has this on his truck and he races all day off the line without ####ing up his transmission by reving in neutral and shifting into DRive real quick so i can tell you first hand that stall converters do work


Originally Posted by GhosT
there is no GOOD way to do it, it's not really good for the engine, but all you have to do to rev it is keep it in park or nuetral and hit the gas

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 10-28-2007, 04:27 PMaway - #18
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Originally Posted by samakaballer
ppl do it every kind of way it seems, have the parking brake on and hit the gas, keep there foot on the brake and hit the gas when it's in drive, put it in neutral and hit the gas, which way is the best though lol, just curious

you get a stall put on ur ####, i cant believe no1 mentioned a damn stall, yall talk like u xperts! if you racin ur 4 car, you should have it beefed up neways, so then it will b meant for that kinda ####!!

 10-28-2007, 10:45 PMonline - #19
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Stepping on the brake and on the gas at the same time is called brake torquing. On automatic turbo cars this is used to build boost off the line. BUT doing this builds up heat and transmissions and heat do not go well together. Doing it too often will mess up your tranny
 10-29-2007, 05:05 AMaway - #20
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Well dude had to asks how to rev...why mention to torque converter at all . We could also mention the use of a Transmission Cooler to prolong the life of the auto tranny with the added stress, but without running a Turbo setup there's really no real purpose to it in the long run.
 
 


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