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Old 16th January 2013, 06:04   #31
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Just ordered the M5 engraved pedal set....yeaaaa buddy. Will be installing them soon with the Sprint booster I just picked up
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just installed my pedals.. I took out my gas pedal and used nuts and bolts provided. used a bench grinder and angled down the back edge so pedal would depress fully, tried to take some good photos... Love the pedals.. and for the money, a steel. I got a little worried when I frist open box, the M logos had stickers on them that said sport.. I thought at first they sent me wrong set, guess they use those stickers for US customs...
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It looks like yours have different color paint as well. Seems like they just grab colors that are close.

The brushed aluminum is also a bit weird on these it almost seems like it is painted and then brushed. If you look at the back you will see what I mean. I used to seeing aluminum have a bit of a luster which these don't seem to.

Mine also had the Sport sticker on them. I freaked out too when I first saw it haha. Where did you pedals come from ?
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pedals came from Taiwan.. took about 3 weeks, but worht it when u pay less then 70 bucks shipped...
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