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      09-10-2012, 06:51 PM   #1
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Installed *NEW* Black ACS Pedals!

Came across a very good deal on these new unique Black ACS Pedals! Got them installed today, very excited! Sorry for the dirty floor mats.

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i like the interior! nice work. where did you get the pedals from?
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how hard was it to drill the holes to install pedals?
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how hard was it to drill the holes to install pedals?
Had a shop to do it, requires a high-powered driller, took them a while to install 1.5-2 hours installation.
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Why does your speedo have Killometers and no MPH?
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      09-10-2012, 09:44 PM   #6
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Why does your speedo have Killometers and no MPH?
Canadian car? lol i dont know
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Canadian car? lol i dont know
+1. Canada has euro specs...
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how hard was it to drill the holes to install pedals?
I did mine and all the pedals are really easy except the brake pedal... I was using a regular drill and the break pedal required so much force and took a long time. I wound up scratching the pedal up a lot from the drill constantly slipping on the metal but eventually got the 4 holes.
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how hard was it to drill the holes to install pedals?
When I did my install the pain in the ass is the brake pedal. I broke two titanium bits drilling through.

Had to use a corded drill because I used up 3 batteries for a cordless drill on one hole.
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When I did my install the pain in the ass is the brake pedal. I broke two titanium bits drilling through.

Had to use a corded drill because I used up 3 batteries for a cordless drill on one hole.
what u mean by titanium bits?
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WOW, first time im seeing this looks really good!
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WOW, first time im seeing this looks really good!
Haha, thanks mate!
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yaaayyy i have the same ones.. looks awesome!!
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yaaayyy i have the same ones.. looks awesome!!
Yay! haha do they get scratched easily since its black?
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Yay! haha do they get scratched easily since its black?
nope! but they are kinda slippery when your shoes are wet.
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hmm can't take the ACS logos off huh. bet they'd look better that way
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