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I know its not a drift car, however for the winter I want to have some fun getting sideways. Does anyone know of the long ass drift ebrake handles? Where can i buy one? What site?
 

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I would highly doubt anyone has made an extra long parking brake handle for our cars (because it's not a car that people drift in). Alls I know is that it's a PITA doing anything with the parking brake, because it seems you have to remove the whole center console. If you're ambitious enough, I'm sure you could make something that would slip over the OEM handle and then add a length of aluminum cylinder rod to push the button.
 

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@milmast
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Taking apart the centre console is quite simple as it is just being held in by some clips. The emergency brake doesn't have to be a very complex device. I was actually contemplating macgyvering something like as you said a piece of aluminium as a drift stick ;) however the only thing I'm worried about is that my vehicle manual meaning i'd be nice to use the emergency brake when i park the vehicle. Anyone have any tips?
 

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Cut a piece of PVC piping? Then you could just slide it on and off the parking brake lever.

Thanks my only idea, people don't really use front wheel drive cars for drifting...
 

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Yeah i know :p thats why its fun lol
i want one of those huge ass hand brakes that come to right next to the steering wheel
You could always go to a high performance driving school or a rally school and learn how to drift FWD using just trailing throttle or trail braking in the safety of a private environment. It will make you a better driver too.
 

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You could always go to a high performance driving school or a rally school and learn how to drift FWD using just trailing throttle or trail braking in the safety of a private environment. It will make you a better driver too.
I've love to but there isn't too much where i live

I've had some fun in empty parking lots and stuff like that but its nothing compared to closed course driving with an instructor
 
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