How do you do wheelies?
In wheelie races how do you get the car to drive on its back wheels? 1yeah1 - 10 years ago
Top Voted Answer
1) Buy a rear wheel drive car (4WD cars wont wheelie.)
2) Get as high as you can in performace stats
3) Make the rear wheels as large and wide as possible (i also lower the rear air pressure a little bit.)
4) For some reason, i lowered the front and it wouldn't wheelie at all.
5) When the front end starts to go down, id hit the nitrous.
6) Cars i would recommend with max performace stats:
'69 Dodge Charger
these should be able to wheelie down the whole track! DRIV3R24 - 10 years ago
When u buy a rear wheel drive car, max out the performance stats and almost all of them should have the power to stay up. But as your front end starts to go down, use the nos so it can stay in the air. My charger stays up for the entire length of the track... Except for half miles dark_will - 10 years ago
Use Mustang GT Or Shelby GT500 07 and raise all performance parts to stage 4 and fine tune it.To make the car stay up for the entire length of track,start with first gear and wait for the light to turn green and immediately accelerate your car and get perfect shift.Before you need to shift from 3rd gear to 4th,hit the nitrous(stage 4 of course) and shift to the next gear and try to get perfect shift and your car will stay up for the entire length of track,even for the1/2 mile track!My GT500 have about 768 BHP Sasukeavenger56 - 10 years ago
I bought a chevelle and maxed it out with parts lowererd the front and raised the rear and made the rear tires as wide as i could and it easily wheelied the whole quarter mile with help of spray when you hit 4th gear hit the spray and your front will stay up and wheelie across the line i think it had about 620hp morganew - 10 years ago
Buy '65 GTO and max the parts and do drag ang get perfect shifts TommyConlin7 - 10 years ago
I grabbed the Charger R/T and maxed it out in performance and it pulled a wheelie way over a 1/4 mile i know for sure. hit NOS when the front end starts to go down. I prefered the Charger because it was very easy to get perfect shifts and it stays straight for the 1/4 mile. Zeke360 - 10 years ago