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Are there any pedal upgrades for the E39 besides the Racing Dynamics offering. Also, where can one buy Racing Dynamics products in the Bay Area?
 

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FELIX, I AM ALSO CONSIDERING THE A. C. SCHNITZER UPGRADES. DID YOU GET THE DEAD PEDAL OR DID YOU JUST USE THE ONE IN THE CAR? WAS THE INSTALLATION DIFFICULT? WHERE DID YOU PURCHASE THE SET FROM TO GET THE BEST PRICE? YOU MAY E-MAIL ME SEPARATELY OR THROUGH THE MESSAGE BOARD.

THANKS IN ADVANCE
 

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I checked out the Racing Dynamics and AC Schnitzer pedals. They both bolt on. the AC's are mainly decorative (only about 1mm wider than stock). I'm looking for semiperminent installation for serious heel and toeing for on track. I have a narrow foot and the brake and gas pedals are too far apart. Maybe I'll look into an extension for the gas pedal.
 

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I have the Ultimate Pedals (of course, they may not have been around in 2000). They are available for purchase now.

 

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Holy ancient thread resurrection Batman!
 

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O.E's fit rubber to pedals for a very good reason, so your feet dont slip off the pedal and cause an accident.
Trust me. I have had the Ultimate pedals on my "Beast" for two years and I drive it everyday like I stole it and my feet have never slipped off of them.
 

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