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Postby Sparky » 12 Nov 2005, 19:50

Hey, I'm concerned on how to do that huge wheelie people are doing. I was online last night and I was racing 3 guys that were obviously friends (Same car color, etc.) and they were pulling huge wheelies. There nitrous was obviously going to, as there muffler was shooting out flames. We were on bayview. They got 21's alot of times. And I'm here still getting 23's, can anyone tell me how this works? It obviously helps the prformance of the car. Thanks in advance. :)

EDIT: Crap, I put it in the wrong forum. Can a mod please move this? Thanks.
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Postby Kid Cro » 14 Nov 2005, 00:11

Wheelie?? I heard for it but dont know exactly what it is. Show me a pic maybe I can help you.
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Postby master m » 14 Nov 2005, 17:07

This is a wheelie

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Postby Sparky » 15 Nov 2005, 02:35

See, I can pop smaller wheelies in my RX-7 (7 seconds on 1/4) without hydraulics, and with. But I want to know how you get them that big. I think it increases the acceleration, and makes the times quicker, does it?
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Postby YamahaATV » 15 Nov 2005, 03:03

well sparky rx-7s are hard to get very large wheelie's with but if you're using a 240sx you can get better times and bigger wheelie's

here is a few pics of my rx-7 doing a wheelie I used no hydros.

http://forum.nfsunlimited.net/viewtopic ... &start=180
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Postby arabnight » 15 Nov 2005, 05:26

i thought u could hidro and nas at the same time and blast out a pop up
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Postby James31278 » 15 Nov 2005, 07:36

What you do is Hydraulic the front up then hit the accelerator, works best with RWD cars. I'd done that with my RX-7 in free roam. I never saw the point in doing it during a race.
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Postby Kid Cro » 15 Nov 2005, 12:09

Oh that is the wheelie. Well erybode has explained allready how to do it.
But I am not interested in long or any wheelies coz I dont see point of that.
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Postby all4spl » 15 Nov 2005, 19:59

i think it increases the traction somehow and u launch faster.. but i never had one that big... I only do it sometimes. but not very much getting a perfect is all i can do and it only goes up a little bit.... im gonna try to do a huge one when i get home because im at school right now..
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Postby Driv2Slow » 09 Oct 2006, 01:06

he is right^^ i have a car in a huge wheelie, and i've done bigger
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Postby Driv2Slow » 09 Oct 2006, 01:07

there ya go, i've gotten bigger before
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Postby Firestran » 09 Oct 2006, 01:20

I've seen it done in a drag race with a 240sx because of the amount of power it had and it got less than 18 sec drag time
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Postby GT3x24x7 » 09 Oct 2006, 01:24

Please don't double-post, Driv2Slow.
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Postby xHaZxMaTx » 09 Oct 2006, 01:25

Not only that, but this topic is almost a year old.
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Postby GT3x24x7 » 09 Oct 2006, 01:27

Well, he's on topic, and does add to the topic. I think we can excuse that indiscretion.
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Postby Driv2Slow » 09 Oct 2006, 01:28

sorry GT, i didn't notice i double-posted
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Postby krazyammo » 11 Oct 2006, 03:17

i tried to do it no luck, but i did try to do some burnout with my civic on the ps2
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Postby Driv2Slow » 11 Oct 2006, 03:21

Firestran wrote:I've seen it done in a drag race with a 240sx because of the amount of power it had and it got less than 18 sec drag time

all uniques? my best drag ever is like a 22.05 or something like that i can prove; what i can't prove is that i have had a 20.50 or close :(
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Postby xHaZxMaTx » 11 Oct 2006, 03:29

krazyammo wrote:i tried to do it no luck, but i did try to do some burnout with my civic on the ps2
You can't do a wheelie in a Civic because they're FWD.
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Postby krazyammo » 11 Oct 2006, 03:30

yeah of course. u can never do a wheelie in a fwd car
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Postby RVD » 11 Oct 2006, 18:10

here's my pic


to do this, install every lvl 3 performance part, except the suspension.
Just set the power to the highest RPM's and the front aerodynamic to 0, launch perfectly, use nitrous as soon as the car shifts to 1st, and watch her go...

the problem is to shift perfectly in 2nd and 3rd gear...thats why i usually drag with suspension upgrades, but if you practice hard, and if you can shift perfectly 6 times with a wheelie, you can take out anyone....
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Postby Kid Cro » 11 Oct 2006, 22:05

Driv2Slow wrote:
Firestran wrote:I've seen it done in a drag race with a 240sx because of the amount of power it had and it got less than 18 sec drag time

all uniques? my best drag ever is like a 22.05 or something like that i can prove; what i can't prove is that i have had a 20.50 or close :(


I had 19.5 sec and that's my best! :wink: I also have a proff!
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Postby Driv2Slow » 11 Oct 2006, 22:30

ok. RVD nice one
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Postby Kid Cro » 12 Oct 2006, 23:07

You can do it if you waste your time on fine tuning and adjust your engine!
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Postby RVD » 13 Oct 2006, 10:00

Driv2Slow wrote:ok. RVD nice one


thx, but its very easy
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