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Old 08-22-2000, 01:39 PM   #1
Jonathan_Yi
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2000 2.5RS coupe
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Question Anyone with Sparco pedals?

Hi I just got my pedals today #03787 and
I thought they were those snap-ons.
So my question is did you remove the rubber
from the old pedals?
Also, I haven't even looked at my old
pedals and I'm at work now but I'm guessing you have to drill holes for the screws?
Thanks
Jon
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Old 08-22-2000, 02:08 PM   #2
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Yes, just remove the rubber covers from the brake and clutch. The gas pedal is plastic so you can't remove it. Just drill holes for the screws and mount the new pedals. You may want to consider mounting the brake and clutch as far to the left as possible (just line up the outer right edges with the new pedals). We did this to compensate a little for heal-n-toe braking.

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