SRT4 burnout fail: burns clutch not tires
http://www.SubyPAL.com - When trying to do a burnout, this Dodge Caliber
SRT4 failed and burnt the clutch, not the tires. Is this the proper way to
do a burnout? comment below!
Real Drivers: Dodge Neon SRT4
Although Vermont teased us with warm weather last week, and many specialty
vehicles emerged from their winter hibernation as a result, it cooled off
quite a bit before this shoot could be arranged. But while this film of
Andrew Corvo's sleeper SRT4 may be dotted with snowflakes instead of
pollen, it's still an opportunity to learn about a very unique (and
As usual, stay tuned for more vehicles and shows in the coming months and
take a look at all the videos over at http://hittingredline.com/ .
Music courtesy of Blik ("Moonlight Mix") and Zero Project ("Earthbeat"),
used under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
SRT-4 Cammed Idle, 2-Step, and Rev
My SRT-4 with Crower Stage 3/4 Camshafts, Crower Spring & Titanium Retainer
Kit, and MPx Adjustable Cam Gears Idling, 2-Step, and Reving. NOTE!: Ignore
the really fast clicking sound... I need a new PCV valve.
SRT4 called me out: Had some fun! turbo FA5: stock engine, trans, head,
cams, etc... everything except the clutch. TD Autowerkes manifold, 3" down
pipe all the way out to Vibrant street flow muffler, tial 44mm wg, mid
sized turbo, vertical mount Intercooler setup.
2nd gear = 5psi
3rd gear = 8.5psi
4th gear = 8.5psi
Federal RS-R tires @ 235/40/17
SRT4: 3" Exhaust, Intercooler kit. (getting upgraded and
tuned, will have rematch soon)