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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Dec 17th, 19, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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Clutch/brake/acc pedal height

In relation to each other. I have drive by wire ls pedal. Brake pedal has stock disc/disc master
Clutch is the mcleod hyd conversion kit that comes with pedal that has correct pivot point for the rod

Do the clitch and brake pedal need to be the same height or is the brake pedal supposed to be a little lower or vice versa?
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Re: Clutch/brake/acc pedal height

I prefer the brake pedal to be higher than the gas pedal for safety.

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Re: Clutch/brake/acc pedal height

The brake pedal should always be higher than the go pedal.

Clutch to brake. Whatever works for you.

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Re: Clutch/brake/acc pedal height

so what i have looks good?

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Re: Clutch/brake/acc pedal height

Looks good to me but gas pedal looks pretty close to the tunnel. Is there room for carpet and insulation?

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Re: Clutch/brake/acc pedal height

Looks very close to mine. I used my factory clutch pedal with a Wilwood conversion and didn't really have to change much of anything other than making sure the pushrod traveled in a straight line. I believe my clutch and brake pedal are the same height. I can post a picture if you think it will help.

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Looks good to me but gas pedal looks pretty close to the tunnel. Is there room for carpet and insulation?



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This is the only other pic i took of the pedals. My bracket does let le move it over to the left about 1/4 or so


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Re: Clutch/brake/acc pedal height

Looks like enough room in that pic.

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Re: Clutch/brake/acc pedal height

What mount and pedal is that?
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What mount and pedal is that?

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