Angle Kit for Drifting Explained - Installing it on our e36 Project

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, August 8, 2018
  • Season 1: Drift and Grip

    Danger Dan begins installing two of the more fun parts you can put on a drift car: a hoon stick (aka hydro handbrake) and an angle kit, focusing on the drift aspect of our drift/grip e36 project.

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    52LB Compact Style Fuel Injectors - (Part number: 15907)
    Cross-Ram Intake Manifold (Black) - (Part number: 71413)
    Fuel Rails for Cross Ram Intake Manifold - (Part number: 3654)
    Hydraulic Roller Camshaft (.631" lift, 114-degree lobe separation - Part number: 2219)
    E-CNC LS3 Heads - (Part number: 61319)
    Two-Piece aluminum timing cover - (Part number: 4254)
    Two-Piece Water Pump - (Part number: 8896)
    Billet Water Pump Pulley - (Part number: 8898)
    RPM-Link Timing chain set - (Part number: 7343)
    Ford 289-302 Pushrod 7.700" - (Part number: 9659)

    GM LS3 Valve Covers (Part number: 12637684)

    Pedal Assembly, Forward MT, HD, 6.25:1 Adjustable, Triple M/C (Part number: 340-11295)
    Front brake Master cylinder Kit, M/C, Compact Remote, 3/4in. w/ Reservoir (Part number: 260-10372)
    Rear brake master cylinder KIT, M/C, Compact Remote, 7/8in. w/ Reservoir (Part number: 260-10374)
    Remote Brake Bias Adjuster (Part number: 340-4990)
    Clutch master cylinder Kit, M/C, Compact Remote, 3/4 in. w/ Reservoir (Part number: 260-10372)
    Brake Fluid, EXP600 PLUS, 6-PK (Part number: 290-8478)
    Handbrake Assembly, 11:1 Ratio Vertical (Part number: 340-14769)

    Factory GM Crankshaft (Part number: 12588614)
    SDPC Racechop - LS1 346 Piston Quick Kit. (Part number: SD3461KP2)

    SCAT -
    Set of LS1 SCAT H-Beam Rods (Part number: 66100945)

    E36 LS1 - Complete Stage 0 Kit
    E36 LS1 - Drop-In Fuel Pump Kit

    Street Extreme Camaro '98-'02: 12.0 x 1.1250 x 26 Spline w Steel Flywheel (Part number: 75323)

    Rear trailing arm bushing kit (Part number: PFR5-3608Bx2)
    Rear subframe front and rear bushings (Part number: PF-E36-REAR-SUBFRAME-STREET-KIT)
    Differential front & rear bushings (Part number: PFR5-325X, black series)
    Adjustable rear lower control arms (Part number: 100.33.536.0002)
    Rear control arm outer/upper bearing set (Part number: 100.33.536.0008)
    Rear control arm outer/lower bearing set (Part number: 100.33.536.0009)

    DS Series Coilover 3 Series BMW E36 (Part number: I-26-DS)

    BMW 188 Axle - E30 / E36 325i, M3 USA, E36/7 M Coupe/Roadster (Part number: 30.309.150WK)

    BMW E36 Sport Sway Bar Set (Part number: 22835)

    HURST -
    Camaro Firebird V8 Billet Plus Shifter BW T56 Trans (Part number: 3915060 )

    NRG -
    Quick Release (Part number: SRK-200BK)
    Short Hub Adapter (Part number: SRK-E36H)

    Axle Rebuild - The Driveshaft Shop -

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    Choices - Chuki Beats
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    Diplomat - Chuki Beats
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  • Hoonigan Bonus
    Hoonigan Bonus  a years ago +133

    What should we build on Season 2 of Knuckle Busters? Got to start planning now!

  • Cliff P
    Cliff P  3 days ago

    “Made to fit Scotto” I guess he’s the big boy of the shop? I though Hert was?

  • Cliff P
    Cliff P  3 days ago

    13:32 Dans shimmy shake.

  • sss sss
    sss sss  7 days ago

    whats better for more angle having a tie rod cutting and stock control arms or tie rod giving a lot of toe out and extending lower control arms or they are the same ?

  • B R
    B R  14 days ago

    Ebrake? That’s a Dbrake😂

  • Kohala Iron  Works
    Kohala Iron Works  2 months ago

    Make this BMW a Twin Turbo Dift Car!!!!!!!

  • [JL35]
    [JL35]  2 months ago

    Next thing to do is plug the sunroof👍🏻

  • Mamiph Concepts
    Mamiph Concepts  2 months ago

    @Dan Would an angel kit be beneficial for street car that drifting isn't what you looking to do all the time but would like to be able to do it? I own a 3rd gen Camaro.

  • Paul Ogier
    Paul Ogier  2 months ago

    Std axles ? Cause them don't handle to much abuse

  • jonas rutherford
    jonas rutherford  3 months ago

    I've only just got my license and first car and this is teaching me so much, this series is unbelievable and the car is insane!

  • ELE MiniMET
    ELE MiniMET  4 months ago

    Is it just me or does Michael hamrick from wilwood look like James hetfeild?🤔🤔🤔🤔

  • mrkazman
    mrkazman  4 months ago

    19:38 not a single engine noise was made. Disappointing.

    ACIDFEROUS.  5 months ago

    The underneath of this e36 makes me sad, as a e36 driver.

  • alexcwt
    alexcwt  6 months ago

    Torsen diff makes a lot of heat. Need to add a cooler or swap for z3 m-coupe diff cover.

  • Crysis Contained
    Crysis Contained  6 months ago +2

    "what do you know about catching cars on fire?" from the placement of those hydraulic reservoirs, not as much as you do Dan.

  • Bob Barker
    Bob Barker  8 months ago

    Is it just me or does it always seem like Dan shuts people down when explaining something important like he doesn't want to listen for example visiting the elder block place:/

  • Cristobal Sepulveda
    Cristobal Sepulveda  8 months ago

    By saying tie rod u turned on google

  • Lokman Freeman
    Lokman Freeman  9 months ago

    So happy that i subscribed to this channel thank you i've learned alot of things

  • YZFoFittie
    YZFoFittie  9 months ago

    Paints car first. Then starts, "mock-up". Grinds paint off...DERP

    NIVIN  10 months ago

    There's an h in chamfer... just sayin'. :3