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Old 01-25-2012, 03:59 PM
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Default SRP 911 Racing Pedals 2012

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It's time for a 2012 update. If you havenít seen my other threads, my company is SRP Racing. We are an official Rennlist sponsor. We have been making racing pedals since 1995.
www.srpracing.com
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Our pedals are designed to offer the highest levels of grip and much improved heel toe sizing. They are also the best looking pedals on the market Iíll let the pictures speak for themselves. We have many different surface finishes to choose from. The Grid surface finish is the most popular, so that is what I mostly post pictures of.
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Your feet will not slide on our pedals. Once you start braking, your foot will not slide. However, you still have plenty of control for blipping the throttle. You DO want your foot to slide on the gas pedal. This is so you can apply the throttle smoothly. You will notice that our Grid finish gas pedals have smoother grids, so as to reduce the grip.
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As a reminder, I am going to keep running the Rennlist discount coupon code for Rennlist members. Just enter: rennlist while checking out for 20% off.
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Please note, the pictures below are just examples, and might not be for your particular car.
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You can also order our pedals with black anodizing.

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We do offer other finishes. Check out our website for more pictures and info.

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If you would like more info on the grip levels of our pedals, follow the link below.
http://www.srpracing.com/pedal_grip_test.cfm
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Thank you,
Brian
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Our pedals are all about function, but a little flash doesn't hurt. Here is a new design that Iíve been working on. The color possibilities are nearly endless. I only have the five colors below so far, but will be adding more in time. The groove is machined deep enough that the color should never be in contact with shoes or dirt. The pedals will be available in both Silver and Black.

The first two pictures show Porsche pedals in the silver finish.


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These pictures show the pedals in Black (not Porsche pedals) and in the five colors currently offered. The colors are much more vibrant in person. The five colors below are fluorescent to help them stand out in the footwell. These pictures don't do them justice. The first picture below is Red/Orange. The third picture is Orange, and would look perfect on a GT3.





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These final pictures show the pedals in raw machined form, just for fun (if someone wanted the pedals this way, we can do it).

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Nice!

I'll be in touch when I'm ready to purchase.
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My personal opinion on putting disco Bling in Classic porsches is probably well documented by now as i seem to have received a lot of colourful PMs about it from other threads . But i must say those black ones look sharp and i would consider them if i could get rid of the flourescent disco racing stripes .

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Originally Posted by theiceman View Post
My personal opinion on putting disco Bling in Classic porsches is probably well documented by now as i seem to have received a lot of colourful PMs about it from other threads . But i must say those black ones like sharp and i would consider them if i could get rid of the flourescent disco racing stripes .
You can definately get the pedals without the color. We've been making pedals since 1995 and this is something new. Our pedals are all about the function, but many people purchase based on looks. So, we try to make everyone happy by offering lots of options.
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Beautiful.
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Just got a GoPro camera and did some messing around. Took some video of our pedals in action in my E30 M3. The HD looks great with this camera - you can view in 1080 if you want to. I will probably get a mic for the outside shots as the wind noise can get pretty high.

You can see me doing the "big toe/little toe" method of heel/toe downshifts.


In this video I was just experimenting with a camera and pedal. I wasn't going to even upload it, but it shows off the machining pretty nicely.
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I installed a set of the basic silver clutch and brake SRP pedals in my 89 and the fit and quality is superb !
Highly recommended ...

Nice work Brian !

Cheers !
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pics Phil pics ...
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what ^ he said!

The pedals look beautiful, I love the black anodized grid pedals! Looking forward to seeing pics of them installed in a 911.
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Yes,yes,pics ...

Here you go !
I really like them and Brian will basically custom make whatever suits your needs !

Cheers !
Phil

PS: In case anybody's curious about the little red button with the Led on the left,it's Tony Oldham's remote roll bar mounted GoPro camera start button ...
Another really nice product
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Your seat has a wedgy!!

Pedal set looks great, thanks for sharing. How would you describe the driving improvement with them?

Love the 930 wheel also, and that GoPro button is trick!
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As far as driving improvement goes,with racing shoes on, the pedals feel really secure as your foot is less likely to slip off,the Wings pedal also helps with heel and toe.

Now for the GoPro remote start,it will make it a lot easier to start and turn off the camera once you have your helmet on and you're strapped in with a six point harness ...
Will be trying it at Circuit Mont Tremblant next weekend !

Cheers !
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Phil, do you have contact info or website for the GoPro remote?
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Do a search on Rennlist in the racing forum for Tony Oldham,he makes them himself to whatever length or spec you need and on top of that,he's a very nice person to deal with.

Great support and follow up for his product !

Cheers !
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