Discussion in 'Interior' started by quietpeen, Apr 7, 2018.
So from the instructions and I think what you said the gas pedal just snaps on over the oem pedal?
If you have a nice warm day, leaving the brake pad out in the sun works just as well as the hot water too, but warm sunny days are not very frequent right now in my area
I believe so, but its been quite awhile since I installed one. The gas pedal is super simple, you'll be able to tell right away when you go to install it, if the pedal fits snuggly with the OEM pad still on then it should just snap right on, but if it seems impossible to snap on the OEM pad might have to come off.
Maybe another two weeks I will be ready to do this and hopefully by then it is warmer and sunny lol
im sure all the old rubber comes off and the new gas snaps on to the metal. the brake by the instructions you put it in hot soapy water and away you go
If I was closer to Justin I would just take it to his dealer and have them do the install
hell just go for a drive. I would
Lol. That’s 3 hours of driving
Good for breaking that beeotch in lol. The sooner you break it in the sooner you can do smoky burnouts
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