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      09-01-2011, 02:16 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by piloto View Post
Here's a set on a Z4:

http://www.zpost.com/forums/showthread.php?t=392513

The M3 versions would be the same. The one in the photo in the link above is the upper extension version of the throttle. You can get an entire side extension or lower extension as well. I got all three pedals, and should have them by next week. I can't wait.

And here's the website:
http://www.ultimatepedals.com/
You can select from numerous textures. I find the texture on the stock pedals to be too grippy, so it makes it difficult to slide your foot towards the right side of the brake pedal in otder to blip the throttle.

And becuase the on the throttle the aluminum pedal would sit on top of the existing pedal, whereas on the brake the aluminum would replace the rubber cover, the throttle pedal's face will be more "in plane" with the brake pedal, making it even easier to heel and toe.
Ahh nice. I actually have the ZCP OEM Alum. Pedals which look similar but have dual insert with a plastic backing. I had them in my 135i and grew to love them.
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Originally Posted by ES_TRADER
Use the stick like u would a manual. If that doesn't work, put it in D mode and put both hands at 10 and 2. If that doesn't work, just sit on your right hand.
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