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Old 01-15-2010, 12:20 PM
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Default SRP Pedals 986 - 20% Discount 2011

Updated for 2011

Hello,

I havenít posted lately, but we are still here in 2011. 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 four 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
www.srpracing.com
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Old 02-25-2010, 12:15 PM
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Porsche pedals in Grid finish

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Old 02-26-2010, 03:27 PM
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Default I just installed a set of these

in my 01 s...it's a really nice product. I am super happy with them. I replaced another set of aftermarket pedals, after replacing my stock ones a few years ago...these are head and shoulders better than my prior sets.
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Time for a thread bump. Porsche pedals are still 20% off, just enter rennlist in the discount coupon code box when checking out. Also, I have changed the product pages on our website to hopefully make things a little more intuitive.

http://www.srpracing.com/cat_porsche.cfm


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Default good stuff...

just another *unpaid* endorsement.
I've had my set for 6 months now...quite a few track days and daily driving.
I really like these pedals. And for performance driving, good pedals are a must in my book.
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If there is any interest, we can offer the pedals in the gray as shown below. The pricing would be just a little higher than the black anodizing. These look real classy.



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Hmmm... I like the gray. Christmas present to myself time.
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I recently acquired a new pedal "test" vehicle. I know it's not a Porsche, but I still like it.


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I have just updated our website to allow ordering the Grey Hardcoat. It is a little bit confusing, but hopefully not too bad.

First, put the pedals you want into the shopping cart http://www.srpracing.com/cat_porsche.cfm
DO NOT select the black anodized option.

Next, go to the pedal options link: http://www.srpracing.com/cat-pedal-options.cfm and add the options you want to the cart. The Grey Hardcoat option can be found there, as well as the smooth gas pedal option.

Just like the black anodized, give us a few weeks to get these done. We have to send them out to get hardcoated in batches, which adds time.

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I haven't posted in some time, but the "rennlist" discount is still active.

SRP's newest R&D vehicle, no pedals yet:

Gold pedals for Subarus to match their brake calipers and wheels:
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