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      10-30-2006, 02:00 PM   #1
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Aluminum Pedals and e92 coupe

Has anybody put aluminum pedals on their e92?

I was at the dealer today and wanted to order some, but they were not sure that the pedals that fit the e90 also work for the e92. (Those are BMW aluminum pedals with diagnal rubber strips across them)

Part numbers, pictures, and pricing would be highly appreciated. Thank you!
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Has anybody put aluminum pedals on their e92?

I was at the dealer today and wanted to order some, but they were not sure that the pedals that fit the e90 also work for the e92. (Those are BMW aluminum pedals with diagnal rubber strips across them)

Part numbers, pictures, and pricing would be highly appreciated. Thank you!
See #9 in the E92 Accessories brochure (link below). However, they're listed as "Pedal Pads, Stainless Steel" (not Alum.??). I'm having my dealer install these pedals on my car at n/c when it arrives in 2 weeks; I just got off the phone with him as he ordered my pedals and rear spoiler today. I'm assuming they'll install the correct ones as shown in this brochure, but I'm not 100% certain at this point. The MSRP on these pedals are $150, but I don't have the aprt number.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...92+accessories
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      10-30-2006, 03:00 PM   #3
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The E90 ones should fit since they use the same pedals

These are the new ones now comming out

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      10-30-2006, 04:33 PM   #4
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The ebay pedals are actually really good quality. If I wanted to spend $100+ on pedals, I'd look into some ultimate pedals.
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      10-30-2006, 04:59 PM   #5
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Not a big fans of those in the brochure. They are nice, but it seems as though there is more rubber and only a small amount of ss/aluminum.

So to recap, we are 100 percent sure that the e90 aluminum pedals will fit?

Thanks again
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      11-02-2006, 09:26 PM   #6
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bump....still not sure if the e90 pedals fit the e92. someone must know the answer.
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      11-04-2006, 08:35 PM   #7
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bump....can anyone with an e92 measure the foot rest plate?
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      11-12-2006, 06:21 PM   #8
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bump?
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      11-12-2006, 06:55 PM   #9
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Im also interested about this.... i have aluminum pedals on my e90 loaner and thinking about putting those pedals on my e92 when i get it back.
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PLEASE!!! PLEASE!!! PLEASE!!! Can someone with an e92 measure the dead pedal? I'm picking up my car next week in SC and need to order the right set of pedals. I really hope that the e90 and e92 share the same pedal sizes, especially the dead pedal (I'm also assuming the gas and brake pedal are the same standard size).
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why don't you go back to the dealer, measure the pedals on an e92 and an e90 (they probably have one on the lot)?
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the pedals set show on the brochure picture are the inox set, not the aluminium one's
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LOL.. Let me tell you what i did for my car...

I put on the peddle set i had from my 04 330izhp..... Dead peddle (BMW OEM alum ones.... and Gas ( Hamman).. fits right on.... no problem..... though.. I do have to fig out what i need to do for the brake peddle.. coz.. my last car is a manual.. so the brake peddle are smaller ...
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I believe pedal size hasn't changed in a long time.
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So no one has gotten the aluminum pedals for the e92 yet?
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So no one has gotten the aluminum pedals for the e92 yet?

Here are the new style e92 pedals. The gas is a breeze, the brake is a bitch to put on.
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Here are the new style e92 pedals. The gas is a breeze, the brake is a bitch to put on.
How much did the set cost you? More for a Manual tranny?
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How much did the set cost you? More for a Manual tranny?

$150 for the auto, not sure about the manual but expect it to be closer to $175+. The gas pedal is the expensive one, it has the electronics in it.

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Cool thanks for the pricing. I think those pedals are really nice. I'm gonna get them too.
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Did anyone ever try e90 pedals on an e92?
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Did anyone ever try e90 pedals on an e92?
AC Schnitzer Pedals are the same for the E90 &E92.
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AC Schnitzer Pedals are the same for the E90 &E92.
I put ACS pedals from eBay on my e90 for a lot less than OEM pedals from the dealer. If you shop around you'll find a much better deal aftermarket.
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