A heavy-duty 200-amp alternator is needed to keep the fan, pump and electronics-laden car going. Drift cars typically have very high electrical demands.
A big Odyssey PC1400T Extreme deep cycle gel cell battery with a whopping 1400 amps keeps everything powered up.
This plug can be used in the pits if auxiliary power is needed to keep the pumps and fans running to reduce heat soak and post cool everything without excessively draining the battery.
An Australian HGT Precision 5 speed sequential transmission helps keep the engine on the boil. The 5 speed is closer ratio than the 4 speeds that most drift cars run. Sequential shifting is ECU assisted to make shifting flat footed and ultra fast. All important to help keep the small heavily boosted engine on the boil.
An Exedy Hyper-Multiplate spline drive 3-disk clutch with sintered metal frictions on a lightweight Chromoly flywheel reliably transfers the 1000 hp to the transmission. A custom Mazdatrix driveshaft is used.
A Winters quick-change differential is used with a Spool to keep the rear wheels locked under all conditions. Kyle runs ratios from 3.3 to 6.1 in the diff depending on the track.