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Old 12-05-17, 08:52 PM
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Mine arrived today - look awesome (shame I don't have a running car to put them on yet!). Many thanks for this GB

Awesome! Glad to hear parts arrived and look good! I feel your pain as my FD is not running as well haha.

No updated today, I will let you guys know when I hear any updates from the machine shop.

Thank you to everyone who has given feedback, purchased, and patiently waited for these parts!
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Received mine the other day and they look awesome. When I get my 7 home from paint I'll slap them in and post pics Thanks again!
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Couldn't be happier if I was standing in front of a mirror. Thanks again...
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Is this still available? If so, I'd like the wide gas pedal.
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Couldn't be happier if I was standing in front of a mirror. Thanks again...
Received mine yesterday as well. Need to try and keep up with you bro! Hey, how did you attach your foot rest, or is it just sitting in this image for photo ops? Has anyone come up with a unique way to attach it without using screws? Maybe two-sided tape?

Hey, mine came wrapped in Christmas paper, which I loved. Great touch, however my wife tried to make the case that these were my Christmas present....

Thanks to Matt and his team for such great pieces!

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Originally Posted by RCCAZ 1 View Post
Received mine yesterday as well. Need to try and keep up with you bro! Hey, how did you attach your foot rest, or is it just sitting in this image for photo ops? Has anyone come up with a unique way to attach it without using screws? Maybe two-sided tape?

Hey, mine came wrapped in Christmas paper, which I loved. Great touch, however my wife tried to make the case that these were my Christmas present....

Thanks to Matt and his team for such great pieces!

I used 1/8" aluminum pop-rivets from behind. I think they're 3/8" long, but they fit flush to the bottom of a dimple. The head deforms enough to hold the pedal securely, and then a drop of black paint in the hole (actually all over the place and acetone to clean up the mess). One of the bottom corner rivets was a real pain to install because part of the plastic structure get in the way of the rivet gun.
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Anyone tried adhesive for the dead pedal?
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Fitted my "wide" and RHD dead pedal yesterday:
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Happy with the quality and the look, but it seems like the wide accelerator pedal isn't any closer to the brake pedal than the standard pedal.
In fact, holding it up against the standard pedal, the left edge of the pedal sits in the exact area the original did...the extra width is all on the right-hand side of the pedal - so it's only closer to the plastic footwell trim

Is that how it is supposed to be?

I was under the impression the wide pedal would sit (at least a little bit) closer to the brake pedal, especially with people talking about making heel-toe rev matching easier etc!
Quoting a bit back in the thread. But FWIW, this is how mine turned out.


Excuse my dirty looking floor mats my clutch master got all leaky and ruined them.

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Quoting a bit back in the thread. But FWIW, this is how mine turned out.


Excuse my dirty looking floor mats my clutch master got all leaky and ruined them.

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Phew! When I started reading that post I thought your wide pedal was not closer to the brake pedal as well. Glad to see that the wide pedal ended up being ~3/4" closer!

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