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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-07-2011 Thread Starter
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Anyone installed a set of pedal covers?

Just wondering if anyone has installed a set of pedal covers yet? I had a set on my 05 and they really helped with heel-toe downshifts at the track (I have very narrow feet). I was looking at the Roush but not sure how well they install over the stock pedals.

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Double post...Sorry!


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Also check: SRP MUSTANG RACE PEDALS These guys make very nice stuff.. Remove the OEM rubbers and bolt to the remaining pedal.

Some install pics here from when I did my 370Z (ignore the patterning pics as I helped develop the pedals for that car)

Heel plate and pedals.. album | Ttschwing | Fotki.com, photo and video sharing made easy.


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I installed a set of the Shelby Pedal covers on my 2008 GT. Went on fine. Had them on two years no problems at all.

They are the same ones used today on our 2011 GT Premiums. Check out AM for a good price...


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Also check: SRP MUSTANG RACE PEDALS These guys make very nice stuff.. Remove the OEM rubbers and bolt to the remaining pedal.

Some install pics here from when I did my 370Z (ignore the patterning pics as I helped develop the pedals for that car)

Heel plate and pedals.. album | Ttschwing | Fotki.com, photo and video sharing made easy.


these look real good - if had an '05 or higher - would have gotten them for sure!
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Also check: SRP MUSTANG RACE PEDALS These guys make very nice stuff.. Remove the OEM rubbers and bolt to the remaining pedal.

Some install pics here from when I did my 370Z (ignore the patterning pics as I helped develop the pedals for that car)

Heel plate and pedals.. album | Ttschwing | Fotki.com, photo and video sharing made easy.


Did you go with the extra wide gas pedal? Just curious. I was checking these out some time ago.


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Love my GT Premium pedals, wouldn't put something like shown above on. Looks to slippery.

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Love my GT Premium pedals, wouldn't put something like shown above on. Looks to slippery.
The GT Premium pedals are nice but I find it difficult to heel/toe shift with the size and position of the gas pedal. I like the way they extend the gas pedal and even have one that is wider. Check out their web site. They have a lot of different grid options including whether or not you want the grid on the gas and dead pedal. I am leaning towards not getting the grid on the gas pedal. Not sure yet about the dead pedal.

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Has anyone found an aftermarket dead petal that would go along with our GT premium pedal covers. I was just thinking about this the other day, that it would have been nice if Ford would have at least put down a rubber pad or something right there.

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