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Old 03-05-2013, 10:24 AM
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Default SRP 996 Racing Pedals 2013

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It's time for a 2013 update. If you haven’t 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 I’ll 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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Our newest design, the Spike pedals:

Extreme close up:



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Grid pedals now have larger “grids” than before:

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You can order the pedals in the shiny, raw machined or with a satin finish:


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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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There doesn't seem to be an option to select right hand drive cars on your web site.
Can you confirm your pedal sets will fit, or can be ordered for RHD cars.
I would like to order a set for a 996 (manual) and a 928 (auto)
Would also need shipping to UK.
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Originally Posted by heliflyer View Post
There doesn't seem to be an option to select right hand drive cars on your web site.
Can you confirm your pedal sets will fit, or can be ordered for RHD cars.
I would like to order a set for a 996 (manual) and a 928 (auto)
Would also need shipping to UK.
Thanks
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I don't know why the 996 wasn't offered on our site in RHD as we do have it. I just updated the website to offer it.

We do not have the 928 in RHD. The brake and gas are the same as LHD, but the footrest is different. You can order the 928 without the footrest, or if you don't mind helping, you can provide me with the dimensions and I'll make it for you. Shoot me an email if interested - [email protected]

We ship to the UK with the postal system. It's around $25.

Brian
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great sponsor!!

great products and coming from a machinist - well machined parts!
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The PO installed the grid pedals in my TT without the dead pedal. How do I go about ordering a matching dead pedal in the right size and finish?
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Nice site, but your pedals will tough on bare feet in the summer.
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Originally Posted by pedalpusher View Post
Hello,

I don't know why the 996 wasn't offered on our site in RHD as we do have it. I just updated the website to offer it.

We do not have the 928 in RHD. The brake and gas are the same as LHD, but the footrest is different. You can order the 928 without the footrest, or if you don't mind helping, you can provide me with the dimensions and I'll make it for you. Shoot me an email if interested - [email protected]

We ship to the UK with the postal system. It's around $25.

Brian
Thanks for the info.
I'll place an order very soon.
I'm away from the 928 at the moment so can't provide footrest measurements unfortunately but will order without.
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Originally Posted by chsu74 View Post
The PO installed the grid pedals in my TT without the dead pedal. How do I go about ordering a matching dead pedal in the right size and finish?
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The pedals you have weren't made by us. I can sell you a footrest, but it will not match.

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Old 03-15-2013, 10:03 AM
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Originally Posted by ivangene View Post
great sponsor!!

great products and coming from a machinist - well machined parts!
Thank you. I've made a couple videos in the past of parts being machined. They are pretty simple parts, so the video might be a bit boring for a machinist to watch, but might be of interest to others. I've been doing this for a long time and I still enjoy watching plain metal being transformed into something useful and pretty.

Here’s a video of Grid and Spike pedals being machined. It's a boring video for most people, but it shows how the pedals are made and the amount of time it takes. After doing this first pass shown in the video, I then run a second pass a couple thousandths deeper to make the finish a bit cleaner. The mounting holes and the final outside passes still need to be done. The footrest and gas pedals on Porsches are huge, so they really take lots of time when compared to the brake and clutch.
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Still here making pedals. Coupon code rennlist is now good for 10% off and free shipping in the USA.

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Beautiful stuff. Much better looking and quality than you normally see.
For a daily driver, I wonder what others experiences are with the pressure on your foot sole vs the stock pedals. Also how does the feel compared to other pedals that have rubber nubs ?
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These pedals are great. I've got them in both of my 996's. No more slipping off the pedals. Worth every penny spent.
To Seeeu911. Not sure what you mean about the pressure. They feel just like the original pedals but without the slipping. And they really dress up that area.
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I just ordered a set of the black/silver with grid pattern.
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Another pedal design I've been working on. Lightweight and medium grip. These are not on my website.


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SC pedals in Black/Silver. First picture is a Honda Fit being shown at SEMA.


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