Spin Turn handbrake button - Nissan

Spin Turn handbrake button - Nissan

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In Drifting, the use of the handbrake is very important, both for initiation of a drift and for adjusting your line or extending a drift when you are sideways.
With these spin turn knobs, you remove/disable the spring inside the handbrake so that when you pull the lever up, it simply falls back down when you let go. When you want to engage the ratchet on the handbrake for parking, you push the spin turn button forwards locking it in place.

To fit Nissan S13, S14, S15 and Skyline R32, R33, R34

Fitting instructions are supplied

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5.00 Average

8 Reviews

Greg Schofield

Excellent, Fitted within seconds and works a treat! Super quick delivery too plus the free chewy sweet went down a treat too whilst fitting the button Highly recommended

Wayne Morris

Fitted onto my S12, a little longer to fit ( about 10 minutes due to having to file down handbrake cover ) but in the end it works like a charm and i'd recommend the grip tape for this one.

Daniel Tedstone

Took less than 10 mins to fit and really couldnt be any easier to do. The instructions really are retard proof.Awesome simple piece of kit!

James Belcher

Very easy to install, used a flat screwdriver to fit it in 5 mins in tescos carpark :-) Looks good and easy to use, well recommended for easier drift initiation.

Gareth Duke

Really easy to fit, instructions easy to follow and it did fit my laurel thankfully. Top product and would recommend it to anyone. Thanks Driftworks

David Brown

that really is the easiest mod i have ever installed, an it works!

Colin Ritchie

As fitted to my S13. Great piece of kit allowing you to quickly, without thinking of locking it, pull the E-brake and let go when finished. DW instructions are simple to follow - with picture guide, allowing button to be fitted in about 10 minutes.

J K Bowen

Works as advertised! Note of caution, if you intend to replace the plastic handbrake boot (after removing it to prise out the little spring) don't do a test fitting of the button until it is back on! I did a test fitting and it stuck fast, wouldn't come off

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