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      01-15-2007, 02:39 PM   #1
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Hamann Pedal VS ACS pedal for E92

I am thinking to order one
but which one do you guys more prefer?
it cost around $400 with foot rest for automatic..
damn..its expensive though I am thinking get one
which one is good?
do you guys prefer another pedal such as Hartge?
please give me some idea
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      01-15-2007, 02:59 PM   #2
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I prefer ones that's under 100 bucks

seriously, pedals add nothing to the performance of the vehicle, it improves the look, but doesn't do anything performance-wise, so personally I would not spend more than 100 bucks for a set of metal. you can get the factory m-tech set or find even cheaper ones on Ebay
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      01-15-2007, 03:00 PM   #3
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$400 on something you will step on?... Wow bro, hey man if your cool with paying that price. Tell you the truth i'll give this a bump, want to know what members think. i personally prefer the ACS one. Looks good in my opion but i would most likely get the replica since most can't tell the difference and they really don't serve much performance for the car.

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      01-15-2007, 03:09 PM   #4
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they are pedals... YOUR NOT going to see them when your driving, or at night is there any point at all??? imo $400 for a set of pedals why not buy an exhaust system...
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      01-15-2007, 03:16 PM   #5
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thanks for guys!!=)
I think I am getting one from ebay
Is it copy product bad?
I am thinking to get a copy product from ebay
and is it hard to install myself?
again thanks a lot
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      01-15-2007, 03:24 PM   #6
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I am thinking to order one
but which one do you guys more prefer?
it cost around $400 with foot rest for automatic..
damn..its expensive though I am thinking get one
which one is good?
do you guys prefer another pedal such as Hartge?
please give me some idea

I just found that hamann pedal set in ebay
and price is $90..
Is it believable you think?
feedback is 98.8% so not that bad..and seller wrote that is from German and its original
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      01-15-2007, 04:02 PM   #7
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      01-15-2007, 04:41 PM   #9
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don't spend that money on the pedals bro. You can buy the M Steering wheel for under $300 on Ebay. That's much more worth it. unless you have it already....
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      01-15-2007, 04:48 PM   #10
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don't spend that money on the pedals bro. You can buy the M Steering wheel for under $300 on Ebay. That's much more worth it. unless you have it already....
Thanks! I am learning it with you guys advices
thanks again
but $90 for hamann pedal set is good deal I think isnt it?
Does M steering wheel is fittable for E92?
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Thanks! I am learning it with you guys advices
thanks again
but $90 for hamann pedal set is good deal I think isnt it?
Does M steering wheel is fittable for E92?
90 for hamann is cheap because they are proably replicas which is fine with me.
The M steering wheel will fit the e92 unless you have paddles because you cant mount them on the wheel.
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How hard is it to install the Hamann pedals?
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How hard is it to install the Hamann pedals?
do you have a drill? If you do its easy.
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