I don't have too much experience with sub basses and kicks, mainly because my monitors and headphones don't let me hear that low! so I've never tried to make this kind of sound.
So the only advice I can offer is some theoretical stuff that I've picked up from the MPV tutorials (esp. Olav's mixing tutorials and Nigel Broad), the articles on the Hub and a bit of word of mouth:
1. Keep everything under 200Hz free of everything except bass and kick.
2. Decide which one (out of bass and kick) is going to carry the sub frequencies, and locut EQ the other. In the link you sent it sounds like the bass is carrying the sub frequencies, so you should lo cut the kick so it doesn't compete in the same frequency range.
3. Find the 'click' of the kick and cut the EQ of the bass at that frequency so it comes through nice and clear.
4. Use some compression to glue the bass and kick together
There are some other specific EQ and compression tricks that you're best off hearing from Nigel Broad and Olav themselves, so I'd recommend their tutorials even though its not the same kind of music.
And you should definitely read this article from the hub about the SubBass plugin:
Sorry I can't help more than that, hopefully some other producers out there can chip in too,