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 -

    Tory - Chuki Beats
    Instrumental produced by Chuki

    Gambino - Chuki Beats
    Instrumental produced by Chuki

    Choices - Chuki Beats
    Instrumental produced by Chuki

    Diplomat - Chuki Beats
    Instrumental produced by Chuki

    Tarantino - Chuki Beats
    Instrumental produced by Chuki

    Scorpion - Chuki Beats
    Instrumental produced by Chuki


  • Hoonigan Bonus
    Hoonigan Bonus  2 months ago +117

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

    • DOOMCr3w
      DOOMCr3w  1 months ago

      Make a p71 super engine for 1/4 mile in what ever frame youd want, id love to see a franken galant, 02 03 was best body

    • Bfk Coupe
      Bfk Coupe  1 months ago

      Gs300 build!!!!!!

    • Chauncey Bird
      Chauncey Bird  1 months ago

      A w201. Pretty please.

    • Christian Almeida
      Christian Almeida  2 months ago

      Something with a fwd to rwd or awd conversion. Curious to see how that would play out

    • Krampus
      Krampus  2 months ago

      VW MKII Golf R32 turbo :)

  • Kaare Riddersholm
    Kaare Riddersholm  12 days ago

    Why are you letting the gasket sealing dry out for some time. Before thightening the backplate to torque spec?

  • Daniel
    Daniel  27 days ago

    Where did you guys get that dual caliper bracket?!?!?!

  • NO head
    NO head  28 days ago

    good idea for angle kit, would be easy to made with cnc or simple milling table. But for the hand brake, is it really ok? i think it would be better to mount it other side, so when you need to shift, it wount be in the way your hand moves from steering wheel to gear shifter..

  • Shane Massa
    Shane Massa  29 days ago

    should have remote mounted the fluid reservoir so they dont get heat soaked. But I guess in drifting your not on track long enough nor are you worried about boiling the fluid as much.

  • DOOMCr3w
    DOOMCr3w  1 months ago

    Hahahahaha dan brapbrap *pulls handbrake*

  • Dead Reckon
    Dead Reckon  1 months ago

    Those little pipe cutters are amazing to have, I have a Kobalt (Lowes Hardware store brand) branded pipe cutter. Used it to make some fuel line to replace the questionable factory fuel line for my '77 Olds Delta 88 from the fuel pump to the carb, worked great, even used some of the factory mounts.

  • Mohammed Al-Nather
    Mohammed Al-Nather  1 months ago

    i didn't find the angel kit link can you please share it here

  • James Lowther
    James Lowther  1 months ago

    Love the time lapse/music edits - sick!

  • Grant DelRosario
    Grant DelRosario  1 months ago

    I needed the brake flare tips like 2 months ago better late than never

    SIR SMOKETHELOT.  1 months ago

    Why did you go for the SLR set up over Wise Fab ?

  • Lochlan Hughes
    Lochlan Hughes  1 months ago

    "kamfer" lol wut shamfer

  • JSmooVE3990
    JSmooVE3990  1 months ago

    This was gewd!

  • Chandy92
    Chandy92  2 months ago

    I reapply hope the me will be in the hoonigan horizon 4 car pack 😊😊🤞🤞

  • Petros Antoniou
    Petros Antoniou  2 months ago

    Where can i find this steering wheel?

  • Dick Dazzler
    Dick Dazzler  2 months ago

    Any reason for monting the handbrake on the inside of the shifter? Will it not be a nuisance for track days involving lots of gear changes?

  • hayden primozich
    hayden primozich  2 months ago

    Did anyone catch he said dick and not dif

    DJBATMANGOLD  2 months ago +1

    If I was gonna get an angle kit, it'd probably be from JTP. He sells 'em I'm pretty sure. Or is it falken that does it? I dunno.

  • Jake Sams
    Jake Sams  2 months ago

    Dan always cracks me TF up haha DAN you are THE MAN.

  • Danyllo Rocha
    Danyllo Rocha  2 months ago

    not bright at all