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OK, I wanna change my pedals.... I was thinking the STi pedals (which I see everyone complaining are hard to install) or a set of Sparco carbon fiber pedals. Opinions and experiences please?
 

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I really havent had any really cool experiences with the STI Pedals, but my opinion on them is "they kick ass". They are STI ya know, cant beat'em. :) :)
 

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I have MOMO racing pedals that I love.

The one thing about them that I see as a positive but most folks call a negative is that they require drilling.

I think drilling is good because it let's you custom position your pedals for your foot size and driving style.


I also have this handy dead pedal:



Which I like even more than the pedal covers but is a bigger pain to install.
 

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Hard?

Are the pedals that require drilling hard to install? I'm definetly new to all car modifications seeing Im 17, so I just wanna know what I'm getting myself into before I do this.
 

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Oh and forget I ever said anything about STi pedals, price is too much, so I'll stick to Sparco.
 

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The Sti Pedals are a bitch to install and the dead pedal is useless because the mount is designed fot right hand drive cars. Great quality but way over priced!
 

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What do the Sparco's cost? Where can you get them?
 

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Dirt man, Primm Motorsports has quite a selection. You can also check out the sparco website and look for a local dealer there.
 

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Thanks for the link,
Now there's another item on my list of needless shit to buy!
 

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I have sti replicas and they were a pain in the arse to install. Brake and clutch are easy... but I had to take out the gas pedal to finish the install. They help out with heel toe shifting a lot. I like the look and design of the cf Razos though... Not too expensive either. I also like the pedals to have some kind of grip, which a lot of the other metal pedals don't have. When your shoes are wet it can spell trouble... :eek:
 
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