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Recommendations on pedals?


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Hi all,

I can't heel and toe no matter how hard I try. Any recommendations on pedals? I'm hesitant to try different pedals to see what works as I don't want to drill into the factory pedals and definitely don't want to use double-sided tapes to check.

I figured that anyone else who has a similar problem who has found a pedal that works is a better bet than some dude at a shop. I'm in Dubai where there isn't a lot of information - most 911s are sold as automatic so there doesn't seem to be much information at the showroom or workshop either.


Edited by KIMBO77
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I went with Ultimate Pedals and am happy with them. I got the rough surface with flat rubber dots and the heel extension on the go pedal.

Brake and clutch feel not much different. The dead pedal and gas pedal have much improved feel over the hard plastic.

I was going to double-sided tape the dead pedal and gas before I decided to get the heel extension version. Thought the tape would not survive the first heel-toe. I mostly roll my foot onto the gas, but the extended heel still helps a lot.

So I screwed the dead pedal in for uniformity.

By the way, I have no trouble drilling out the brake/clutch pedals. Just used a new bit.

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  • 2 weeks later...

If you track your car, the best is to do it when you brake hard so the brake pedal is closer to the throttle. If you change your pedals, you will probably switch it back to the original ones at some point and you will find these aftermarket pedals disruptive. It is normal to have problem with that when you start practicing or when you are not braking hard enough on the streets.

Edited by ABelzile
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  • 2 weeks later...

Thanks all.

ABelzile - that's exactly the problem. With the PCCB, the brake pedal is pretty high up and on the street, I never need to brake hard enough. I drive my RS everyday.

Paul - the Dubai track is good fun. Some crazy cars on their track days. Their kart track has been extended to now include a 500m indoor track (for the hot summer) as well. Total track length of 1.7km when they're joined.

I might try the Rennline kit then....

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