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      12-20-2006, 02:19 PM   #23
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oh nice, i submitted exactly the same thread
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      12-20-2006, 02:31 PM   #24
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did you get the footrest to fit as well?
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Here are the new style e92 pedals. The gas is a breeze, the brake is a bitch to put on.
did you place the foot restt as well?
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      12-20-2006, 03:31 PM   #26
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I ordered pedals too, I will let you guys know how they fit when I, uh...get my flippin' car!
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did you place the foot restt as well?

They don't offer one yet that I know of.
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      12-21-2006, 12:16 PM   #28
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They don't offer one yet that I know of.
arent the pedals you used from the e90? i ordered all from the new catalogue thinking they would all fit, ebrake, shifter, pedals, footrest... please tell me they fit =X
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arent the pedals you used from the e90? i ordered all from the new catalogue thinking they would all fit, ebrake, shifter, pedals, footrest... please tell me they fit =X

The pedals I have are from the e92 accessory catalog.+
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The pedals I have are from the e92 accessory catalog.+

Looks like Dinan has a set for E90. They should be able to tell you if it fits the E92.
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did this, and fit great. my gf ran into trouble ordering these for me too...just had to force them to order them. got off the e92 accessories catalog aluminum pedals and footrest...i can get the part numbers, ill post up some pictures tonight but it might be dark cause its late out already, if not, ill send them as soon as i can....also installed the short sports gear shifter. but waiting for the pearlescent ebrake
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Oh, I meant to update. I put my pedals on, these ones:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BMW-M...73787947QQrdZ1

They fit very well.
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Do u have to drill the pedals to put them on? How are they attached?
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Do u have to drill the pedals to put them on? How are they attached?
I had to drill the accelerator and brake pedal to attach the pedals, they are attached with machine screws and nuts. The dead pedal went on with self tapping plastic screws.
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on the ones i got, factory from bmw...everything had to be drilled in. all are pretty easy if you use the right bit...the brake is a BITCH. use a steel bit. because of it, ill never want to do pedals again. didnt get to take pics last night. will do it asap.
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Here are the new style e92 pedals. The gas is a breeze, the brake is a bitch to put on.
Wish there was a little bit more metal on these--a little too much rubber IMO--but they do look good!
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Wish there was a little bit more metal on these--a little too much rubber IMO--but they do look good!

I am happy with it toned down because I have the gray interior. If I had gotten a black interior I would have gone more metal for sure!
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Pics of the ones I installed. Nice and subtle, just the way I like it.

[IMG]http://****************/fp/335i/kevin/335pedals1.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://****************/fp/335i/kevin/335pedals2.jpg[/IMG]
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Pics of the ones I installed. Nice and subtle, just the way I like it.

[IMG]http://****************/fp/335i/kevin/335pedals1.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://****************/fp/335i/kevin/335pedals2.jpg[/IMG]

Awesome with that trim!
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dont mind the pink tape lol. thats the only color my gf's little sister had. still havent gotten a steel bit yet. should have this done soon. and sorry for the unclear pics, i used my cell phone.


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dont mind the pink tape lol. thats the only color my gf's little sister had. still havent gotten a steel bit yet. should have this done soon. and sorry for the unclear pics, i used my cell phone.
PLEASE don't tell me you taped the pedal on for the brake. Cause if you did its incredibly dangerous and rather foolish.
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dude, gimme a break. it has two screws in. and it was for lining up the pedal to drill in. rather foolish? who the fuck are you? i think you have a stick up your ass. you think i would of continued driving it if i felt like this would endanger my car? you need to watch what you fucking say before you run your mouth.
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dude, gimme a break. it has two screws in. and it was for lining up the pedal to drill in. rather foolish? who the fuck are you? i think you have a stick up your ass. you think i would of continued driving it if i felt like this would endanger my car? you need to watch what you fucking say before you run your mouth.

Dude easy, he really wasn't that harsh! You do love the "F" bomb
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well, im really a nice guy, really. but he should be aware that although you, or he might think its not that harsh, there are still people who might be offended by things like that. my mother always used to say "if you have nothing nice to say, dont say anything at all". secondly, mentioning how it might have been dangerous, thats fine...i can see how he can come to that conclusion without all the facts and its a valid assumption...but assuming makes an ASS out of U and ME. nonetheless, throwing the "foolish" part in there was unecessary. but i am sorry for the F bombs, i have a temper that im working on.
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