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New ACS AL Billet Pedals
Installation differed from some instructions included with the pedals (3 series based). I removed the plastic dead pedal - it's just velcroed down and pulls straight out (note 3 long straight plastic tabs you don't want to break) pull along inside edge a bit at a time until it comes free. I drilled and tapped the clutch and accelerator pedals as they were plastic (M4x0.7 for my screws). The accelerator needed to be tapped as the full length of the screws stayed within the plastic of the pedal where I drilled and there was no way to use the nuts that came with the pedals. Drilling into the brake pedal is hard as its the only steel pedal - I recommend using 2-sided tape to hold this pedal cover in place when you make the drill holes as these ones are critical to hit right. Drilling through the steel is very difficult as the metal is very hard
Finished install of pedals
Finished
I used some 2-sided tape to match up the existing velcro on the carpet to the new AL dead pedal, then put some velcro on the dead pedal to improve...
Tapping the 3mm holes to M4x0.7 threads.  (deadpedal is just sitting there awaiting installation

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