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I've got OMP pedals. They're okay and get the job done. The gas pedal doesn't really match the size of the oem pedal but it's not really noticeable unless you get down to look.



Next up for me is a set of Ultimate Pedals with shiny anti-slip surface but no rubber nubs.
 

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Next up for me is a set of Ultimate Pedals with shiny anti-slip surface but no rubber nubs.
Hey these look nice! Funny I've never come across these pedals before...

I have Zoom pedals. A bit more slippery than my old Razo pedals, but I've grown to like 'em. They clip over the stock pedals, which isn't ideal but pretty stable if installed properly.
 

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My car is not with me now but maybe this weekend I can borrow a camera and snap a picture for you.

For now, this is the best I can do for you. The brake pedal is obscurred by the steering wheel. I don't think they're too big and they can be positioned on the oem pedals however you like. It took me about a week to get the pedal alignment close to perfect but sometimes, depending on what shoes I'm wearing, my foot might accidentally miss the accelerator pedal or slip down between it and the brake pedal as I attempt to heel-toe downshift. I think the accelarator pedal has some lateral free-play in it that contributes to the problem.
 

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I thought that based on the way my foot angles during heel-toe that it worked better for me to put the "clutch" pedal cover on the accelerator pedal.
 

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:shock: :shock: :shock:


those fit better than anything else I've seen.....how much did it cost?
I got some RAZOs and they don't fit really well....
 

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I have the OMP pedals aslo and I really like them,I bought the ones with the bigger gas pedal to match the stock gas pedal.
 
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