Here’s something you can do to improve the look and function of your E-brake in less time than it takes to change your oil.
To do this, we’ll be installing the Carbon E-brake and Drift button package in our 86. The carbon fiber handle replaces the boring grey plastic, while the drift button does exactly what it’s name implies and comes in red, blue, and silver. Here’s how to install it.
A typical E-brake will lock in position once it’s pulled up, but if you want to initiate a handbrake turn or drift, the driver will need to quickly release the E-brake after the rear wheels lock up. The drift button allows the E-brake to be pulled up without locking, so the driver can quickly lock up the rear wheels to initiate a drift.
Maybe you don’t want to be the next Ryan Tuerck or Ken Block shredding tires left and right. We get that. But the 15 minutes spent in an empty parking lot the first night it snows will make the drift button so worth it.