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      12-17-2009, 02:40 AM   #23
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hello i have the ac pedals and on my car i do not have the pedal click on the accelerator. i have a manual dont know if it is because of that. My question on the gas pedal the screws supplied are way to long. What is the best way to file them i will try to get closest to the nut? will that be fine? thank you.
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      12-19-2009, 12:54 PM   #24
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China stuff :-) Good fit and look.
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      11-18-2010, 09:02 PM   #25
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Great thread thanks, I may do this soon. Hopefully it will make heel-and-toeing even easier and more precise.

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Great instructions in this thread. Made the prep and execution really easy. Love the results!
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Where did you get your pedals from and how much? Im shopping around for the same ones... Thanks
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      09-18-2012, 03:40 PM   #28
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Will this install work for E92 M3 as well?
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pedal doesn't fit?

Has anyone run into this issue for aluminum pedal: I bought a set of OEM aluminum pedal for 3 series automatic. The pedals was shipped but then I noticed the brake pedal is a wide / big pedal, while my 2011 e90 m3 (automatic) brake pedal is a small one, like the manual brake pedal. Are all automatic m3 like that? Or my m3 is special (previous owner changed it maybe)?
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Seems that everytime I post i'm resurrecting an old thread, found this tutorial very handy, the dead pedal and gas pedal I thought would be the trickiest for me as I had no worries about drilling the brake pedal, things went well and then I discovered the brake and clutch pedal narrows far too much at the bottom(like the shape of a shield) and the bottom holes in my aluminium pedals miss altogether.

Anyone else have that problem?
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Seems that everytime I post i'm resurrecting an old thread, found this tutorial very handy, the dead pedal and gas pedal I thought would be the trickiest for me as I had no worries about drilling the brake pedal, things went well and then I discovered the brake and clutch pedal narrows far too much at the bottom(like the shape of a shield) and the bottom holes in my aluminium pedals miss altogether.

Anyone else have that problem?
I think that may just be the model car. I know 328, 335 guys aren't having problems with those specific pedals. Possible that the 320's have different pedal shape.
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Cheers, i've come up with a little flat plate/bracket to solve the problem , not got round to trying it yet because it's not stopped raining for weeks
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