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    Originally posted by DragonOrta View Post
    Might you make a matching pedal set? :)

    There already are plenty of pedal overlays on eBay...
    Brake harder. Go faster. No shit.

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      Originally posted by Massive Lee View Post
      Received the specific e30 race dead pedals for cars without carpeting. I had to have them redone as last week's batch didn't have the upper tabs separated as I wanted. The upper tabs bolt on the wheel well curve. Bend tabs until you reach your own ideal foot position.

      Every stainless steel dead pedal weights 420gr (15oz) and despite the low weight, they are extremely sturdy.
      Cost is $75usd + $12usd shipping.
      All orders taken last week will be processed immediately.



      Lee - any pics of one of these installed? I want to see where it sits in relation to the clutch.
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        Would also like to see pics of the Evo-style pedal installed. Played around with it for an hour a few weeks ago but couldn't figure out how to install it (wiring seems to be in the way).

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          Originally posted by Massive Lee View Post
          Lee, do you have any more of these?
          Also, Am I correct in assuming the left bracket goes behind the kick panel?
          [IMG]http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/

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            These are currently sold out. Last one sold two weeks ago.

            I will have to produce another batch.

            Lee
            Brake harder. Go faster. No shit.

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              I know im bring back an old thread but just in case anyone wants the original to make copies i have one for sale

              images (1) by david bunch, on Flickr

              $_1 by david bunch, on Flickr
              6 by david bunch, on Flickr

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                Any one have pics of the massive dead pedal installed on a non carpet car?
                Last edited by moatilliatta; 01-21-2019, 07:30 PM.
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                  Originally posted by moatilliatta View Post
                  Any one have pics of the massive dead pedal installed on a non carpet car?
                  I may have pictures of the Hartge repro footrest in an e36 racecar... Somewhere. ;-)

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