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Features & Product Details
Cusco is one of the pioneering companies based out of Japan that has invested countless hours of research, design, and engineering to develop quality suspension and performance products that will improve your driving experience. Some of the fasted cars around the world who compete in time attack, time trials, and other racing avenues will more than likely have a Cusco product on their car.
On this page, you are looking at the Spin Turn Knob which is also known as the drift button. This knob will replace the factory handbrake knob which will allow for free action of the handbrake. However, you can still use the handbrake by pulling the lever into place and pushing up on the knob to lock it in place.
This knob will come in an anodized red finish and will come ready for the installation.
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
You can leave the stock spring in, screw the knob 50% on and use it like a button, or remove the spring and drift!!
It matches the red interior and has a nice red brushed metal look. Easy to screw on once you have the old one off. I chose to keep the spring in so it acts just like stock one instead of leaving it out, making me pull the button. Because of this it's only a cosmetic mod in my case. I wish more mods were inexpensive like this.
I just got gifted this by a friend who ordered it from RSD. The install was made easier by watching a video online. Very simple to do yourself. I don't like how far out the button protrudes and I don't like how loosely it rattles after you tighten it. There's just too much play. However, it's not as if it'll rattle while you're driving. It's only when you touch it. I guess I just expected it to fill in more. Overall, it's easy to pull up and use your thumb to push out the knob to lock it. I doubt I'll use it much, but it gets rid of the chrome, so I'm happy. Thanks!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: 2011 wrx? happychappy1015 years agowhat is the reason for this not working in other cars? just took the button and spring off of my e-brake, it has a threaded rod that actuates the ratchet...would this not screw onto there?
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A: We have seen these used in other cars, but as a BRZ/FRS is a more common car for people to drift in Cusco only advertises it to work on them.Kirill C. @ RallySport Direct 5 years ago
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