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Old 08-16-2009, 11:14 AM   #21  
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okay, I read the instructions and watched the video on AM.com, it doesn't look too difficult. I'll reply back shortly with some pics.
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the install wasn't bad at all. I used vaseline but my brake pedal still gave me a little trouble, I think b/c the water started to cool off. I boiled the water again and started on the gas pedal while the brake pedal soaked for a couple mins.

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Looks good! I love mine
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Old 08-16-2009, 12:03 PM   #24  
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Lookin good!!

Now you need a FRPP steering wheel
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Old 08-16-2009, 12:34 PM   #25  
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Lookin good!!

Now you need a FRPP steering wheel
Damn, Tim I just realized where you are from! We need to get together and hit the track.

I must say this was one of my best mods and my car seems much faster! JayC will think I'm being sarcastic b/c this will sound like a familiar story to him... but I'm being serious.

Well many years ago I did the gas pedal mod, and I noticed when swapping the pedals that the nylon spacer had shifted and throttle cable had slipped through part of it. This would explain why I've had to adjust my WOT switch just to get it to spray. Well on the install I centered a small hose clamp on the nylon washer, my gas pedal is much higher, throtlle response is amazine and the car pulls much harder (even NA on my N2O tune).
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Sounds good to me. Just got to get this thing put together
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Old 08-16-2009, 02:01 PM   #27  
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love mine, they deff look good. give the interior a nice touch IMO.


and 01GT that is a interesting place you put the shift light.... do you like it there? easy to see it light up? im thinking about getting one like that soon.
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yeah I like it there and it lights up well. I can see it day or night.
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Old 10-15-2009, 03:48 PM   #29  
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Red face Gas pedal linkage help pls

Bear with me, ok cause I am a girl with limited knowledge.

I got the dead pedal and brake on no problem -way easier than I anticipated. As for the gas pedal, how do you remove the cable linkage? And how to put it back on? AM's little video didn't show that part. Removing the two bolts and hammering out the pin I get.
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Bear with me, ok cause I am a girl with limited knowledge.

I got the dead pedal and brake on no problem -way easier than I anticipated. As for the gas pedal, how do you remove the cable linkage? And how to put it back on? AM's little video didn't show that part. Removing the two bolts and hammering out the pin I get.
I want to say the cable just slips in there like the TB cable does. I'd have to look at it again. As far as the pin, yes, you have to tap it out. I didnt need my gas pedal anymore so i just broke it off... It was all worn down anyway.
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