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      03-20-2009, 10:33 AM   #12
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Drives: 2008 E93 M3
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Chicago

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Thanks. I drove the other day when it rained and my shoes were wet and I didn't lose any grip....

Yes, I had to take out the rubber pedal covers and drill holes into the pedals.

I did not take out the foot rest, I just put the new foot rest on top. Probably a bad decision but oh well...

If you want pedals that do not require drilling holes, I heard that the BMW performance pedals which are $150 for the manual set not including the dead pedal, are clip ons that go over your stock pedals. I ordered a set but it was taking so long to get I ended up installing these kelleners. I have no patience!

Originally Posted by Alex///M View Post
Nice looking pedals. Like others have said very careful on wet days to not have your foot slip off the break or clutch unexpectedly.

Just one quick install question - do these install over the stock rubber pedal covers, or do you remove the rubber covers and drill holes into the pedals to install these?
2008 E93 M3 Black on Black 'Loaded'
2008 RX350 for Chicago Winters
2007 SLK 55 (Sold)