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HELP!!! CUSCO Drift Button Install...not so easy

Old 06-15-2004, 11:01 PM
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HELP!!! CUSCO Drift Button Install...not so easy

Wassup everybody, I just got my CUSCO Drift Button in the mail today. So I immediately open it up, check it out and go out to my car to install it. I had read (either on this forum or another) that several people simply slide the **** over the stock hand brake release button. Well....it went about half way down and wouldnt go down any farther, and it was acting like it should. Meaning that i wasnt able to have the button stay in and freely use the handbrake and push it back out when I wanted to use the hand brake for parking. So as I am wrestling the **** off of my handbrake the whole assembly decides to give way before the drift **** does. So I had a perfect, working handbrake turn into a handbrake with a button, spring and rod exposed on it. So I decide to do what every guy does and take it apart, but not before I go onto JSpec.com and check out their instructions. I took off the center console and the boot around the brake. I decide to go ahead and try following Jspecs instructions at this point....which rendered totally useless because I had somehow fuqd up the handbrake assembly. So as my car sits right now, I have to drift button on and a handbrake that has the release button sticking out all the way and no locking feature.
What I think happened is that I somehow pulled the spring out that locks the lever onto the gear when you pull it up. Has anybody had this problem, or would anyone know how to fix it? I would like to get my Drift **** installed, but not before I fix my handbrake. Can anybody help me out with this? Also, what are some other peoples impressions of their drift ****?

Thanks guys
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Old 06-16-2004, 03:10 PM
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its really easy to do

first you have to remove the boot.

Then there will be to tabs that are pushed in the you need to bend those out with a flat head screw driver. and the spring will fall down.

put the boot back on.

push your *** on there.

i love my spin *** you will be seeing them out there more soon... i will make sure everyne on here has a chance to get one at a good price too....
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Old 06-20-2004, 03:03 PM
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http://www.club240.com/forums/showth...t=drift+button

big-*** explanation/review/etc...

... and a bunch of people later saying I did it wrong, when they're too lazy to install it the way it was meant to be installed
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Old 06-20-2004, 06:42 PM
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I Love mine I only wish I had did it right the first time also. Although mine didn't get messed up as much as yours, I had to take the drift **** off, by twisting it and pulling at the same time. Its all scratched up now.

The first time i used it, my reaction was to puch in the button, and i mistakenly pushed out the drift **** so the ebrake got locked anyways. Only happened the first time.
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