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Wsup!!! After searching and searching, it seems like almost nobody has race pedals...If anything people have the factory option OBX covers. Those are koo, but I'm looking anyone that has gone outside the lines (i.e. MoMo, Sparco, Razo). If so, what u got? & how'd u get those to fit?
 

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LoL... Thanx... Do you know if all 3 of those fit right over the stock ones? or is it just the brake and clutch that does?
 

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Originally posted by R2D2@Aug 22 2005, 04:31 PM
LoL... Thanx... Do you know if all 3 of those fit right over the stock ones? or is it just the brake and clutch that does?
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They are made of aluminum with a stainless steel mesh in the middle to prevent slippage in case your feet are wet from the rain and the like. They are fully adjustable and fit over the stock rubber pads with little effort. Look great and work fine. Total cost for all three pedals was around $60.[/b]
I don't know if all the Razo's are just covers.

PM Jason and ask if his are covers.
 

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I have Redline racing pedals you have to take off the rubber covering to get them to fit and the gas pedal fits right oer the stock gas pedal figured id let you know hehe i am the one you have been serching for hu i dont own that car that the other guy posted i own this one http://www.cardomain.com/ride/808075 just as good just not with the demon eyes wich looks BAD ASS.
 

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Dude... No offense, but thats a fix it ticket waiting to happen (referring to the colored license plate bulbs)... Trust me, I learned it the hard way (from the car before my tC).
Anyways, I saw this topic and thats what got me thinking...
http://www.yoursciontc.com/forums/index.ph...hl=sparco+pedal
Question: Once you took off the rubber, does that mean it can't ever be its original form if you were to take off the pedals?
 

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My license plate lights are now White LEDs. oh and by the way i have never been pulled over Off Base or on base i live on a military instalation and the cops are a lil more strict
. but i know i changed them. and my reverse lights are white LEDs too. so they give me a ticket i fix um i go to court they see they are fixed and i dont pay anything i have had a ticket for that b4
but thanx for trying to help man.
 

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I saw a demo tc(I think pioneer owned it) at the cartoys tent event that had sparco cromo's installed, they looked sweet!
 

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NICE!!! I wonder if they install over stock pedals just like the OBXs... Anyone try them out yet?

Looks like drilling might be needed as well as bolts (perhaps...).
 

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I posted this a while back. I haven't been online for like the whole summer because of work, but here you go. these are Razo

EDIT: Just to let you guys know, they are a lot bigger than the OBX or stock pedals. I had to get use to it the first time around. be careful though. you can step on the break and the gas at the same time!

 

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Originally posted by We11Spring@Oct 20 2005, 12:05 PM
Someone enlighten me as to the purpose these 'racing' pedals serve? Why would I want to screw something on top of my normal rubber pedals? It's not like aluminium is going to provide more grip.
They don't go on top of them; they replace them.

Mostly the change is cosmetic. If you change to different shape cover, sometimes it can result in functional change (easier to heel & toe), but it's hard to say if it can serve that benefit on this car.

-Ed
 
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