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How to get my rt to do a burn out !!

Hello everyone. Cant figure out how to turn whatever it ia i need to turn off to do a burn out?? After i hit the traction control button i can only spin the tiresfor afewseconds before it grabs. I do have two pictures il post. Thanks for any help!!
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I get the top light to come on that says off, by hitting the the off button..bu this just gives me a few seconds to churp the tires before thw traction control takes back over
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No idea what else to do. But a a nice burn out is needed...but no luck!!!
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Here you go.

BTW seeing that you like to smoke the tires, if you get a tazer from zautomotive it will give you line-lock.
https://zautomotive.com/product-category/tazer/


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Thanks for the video. I pushed it in once quick. And it did chime...and showed the car with the word off lit up...then i held the button in for 5 to 10 seconds longer and the only thing that changed was the car with the off....went back off....nothing showed up at the bottom of my speedo....i dont have the 6 speed or the track pack??? Would that male a difference???? Its like i was gonna do a burn out for a few friends is all.
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Would it by chance help if i posted a video of what im doing??? But i did follow along and try it when the guy in the video done it...thanks for any help!!!!
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Get a SRT8 !! LOL


Mine spins when I don't want it to !! LOL

These cars do hook up well with sticky tires, what's on yours ???


My next set is gonna be under 300 tread wear and change has needed...………………….
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Thanks for the video. I pushed it in once quick. And it did chime...and showed the car with the word off lit up...then i held the button in for 5 to 10 seconds longer and the only thing that changed was the car with the off....went back off....nothing showed up at the bottom of my speedo....i dont have the 6 speed or the track pack??? Would that male a difference???? Its like i was gonna do a burn out for a few friends is all.
I am not terribly familiar with pre-2015 models but it looks like you might need the "no esp" or "tazer" from zautomotive. The links below give more background.

https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...urn-off-80459/
https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...riences-74039/

My 2015 RT M6 (no STP) can do burnouts if I deactivate TC but if I try to do donuts ESP fights me. Only solution was to get a tazer.
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RT cars can only turn it part way off. Traction control is still present even when you hit the off button.

Zautomotive makes a ESP kill switch that you can wire in that completely deletes esp, or you can make your own kill switch (Google “esp kill switch”). I have a zautomotive one in my 13’ Challenger RT and my 06’ Charger Daytona. Both with plumbed in line locks as well. Both work at the strip.
Here’s a link: https://zautomotive.com/product/noesp/


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