What is line-lock mode?

What is line-lock mode?

The line lock prevents vehicles from rolling by allowing the driver to control the clutch and accelerator using foot input and braking with the hand. In an automatic transmission vehicle, a line lock allows the engine to rev up to its peak power RPM and launch aggressively from the starting line.

How many amps is a line lock?

Use 5 amp fuse from the switch to 12 or 16 volt battery source. We highly recommend that all installations be performed by a skilled mechanic. Designed for race applications.

Do Hellcats have line lock?

Press 2 steering wheel buttons, get instant line lock – uses the ABS valves to hold the vehicle with the front brakes so you can hit the gas and do a perfect burnout as long as you wish, with no wear on the rear brakes. No plumbing required!

How does a line-lock work on a manual car?

The activated line-lock closes off the brake circuit and locks the wheels at the vehicle’s non-drive-end. The locked wheels hold the vehicle stationary in the burnout box so that the drive wheels can achieve the perfect burnout, warm, the tires, and not burn up the brakes on the driven wheels.

Can doing burnouts damage your transmission?

Does doing a burnout do any damage to my car? Yes, if done for too long your car can overheat. The transmission and clutch can overheat. If you have an automatic and you’re holding the brake for too long, it will wear out.

Does a Dodge Demon have line lock?

The Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon came packed with loads of new and groundbreaking technology and gizmos. Factory Line Lock, factory TransBrake™, factory “killer chiller” and After-Run Cool Down mode are a few of the gadgets that were heavily promoted about the car.

How do you check a line lock?

Test Line Lock With the wheels off the ground, vehicle in neutral, have someone start the car and apply the brake pedal. Attempt to turn each wheel. If you installed the line locks correctly, the wheels should spin. If one or more wheels do NOT spin, the line lock has not held pressure.