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      04-16-2008, 05:01 AM   #1
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Hello,

it's been a while since I last posted here...

I couldn't find a forum I thought this post would be placed in but this will do.
Basically I just wanted to recommend everybody of www.ultimatepedals.com, I just installed them and love them! They have an awesome grip for bad weather (which we seem to be seeing alot of here in Sweden), unlike the standard rubber pedals which would be found in a KIA.

Great company, awesome pedals 9/10.
Therefore if anyone is looking for new pedals for their BMW (or any other car for that matter as well), I would recommend you to check them out.

The person I was in contact with was Rob Baylor, which provided fairly quick (you have to take into consideration the time differences) and relevant responses.

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I'm so pleased with their pedals that I actually bothered to log in (long overdue) and make a thread about them :P
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      04-16-2008, 12:10 PM   #2
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Hello,

it's been a while since I last posted here...

I couldn't find a forum I thought this post would be placed in but this will do.
Basically I just wanted to recommend everybody of www.ultimatepedals.com, I just installed them and love them! They have an awesome grip for bad weather (which we seem to be seeing alot of here in Sweden), unlike the standard rubber pedals which would be found in a KIA.

Great company, awesome pedals 9/10.
Therefore if anyone is looking for new pedals for their BMW (or any other car for that matter as well), I would recommend you to check them out.
Which style did you get?
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Which style did you get?
I got the upper left extension gas pedal, and the surface is Frosted Anti-Slip with Domed Grip Inserts.

They aren't the most shiniest ones... But they sure keeps my feet steady!
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Did you install them yourself? Was it difficult?
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pedals are easy to install if you have the right bit and a drill. u'll probably break a few drill bits drilling the break pedal and clutch coz they're metal. 20 minute job. easy, there's DIY's on e90post
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I have a set in my GT, with the custom engraving, I love them to death!!! I would recommend them to anyone.
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I got the upper left extension gas pedal, and the surface is Frosted Anti-Slip with Domed Grip Inserts.

They aren't the most shiniest ones... But they sure keeps my feet steady!
Did you get the flat or domed rubber inserts?
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I got the upper left extension gas pedal, and the surface is Frosted Anti-Slip with Domed Grip Inserts.

They aren't the most shiniest ones... But they sure keeps my feet steady!
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Did you get the flat or domed rubber inserts?



I think you answered that yourself...
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I think you answered that yourself...
Uhhh, yeah. Pics, please!
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Ultimate pedals PICS

Champagne,

I have also bought pedals from them. Will have them in 2 weeks. Can you post PICTURES of yours?
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Pics would be great...I checked out their website and its not really helping me make a decision.
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i just got mine today, hopefully i can get them installed by Thursday ! and show u guys some picsz
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These look ugly
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Im thinking about custom engraving and putting a ///M emblem in the middle.
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Pics??

Im thinking about custom engraving and putting a ///M emblem in the middle.

I was thinking the same thing!!!!
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Pics??

Im thinking about custom engraving and putting a ///M emblem in the middle.
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I was thinking the same thing!!!!

I am already doing this with Ultimate Pedals. I am currently negotiating with them to get a 30%-50% discount buy doing a group buy. Once I complete the negotiation I'll post a new "Group Buy Thread" with the details.
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NICE Im in for the GB!!!!!!!!!
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i'd tell everyone to skip the frosting. It looks great but does rub off after time.
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i'd tell everyone to skip the frosting. It looks great but does rub off after time.
it definitely does rub off, still looks good tho
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I may go the Ultimate route. Just saw these on the Circle BMW site, which are a little different style than most others.

BMW Stainless Steel Pedal Pads, Part Number 35 00 0 410 099, $115 ($150 list):

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I may go the Ultimate route. Just saw these on the Circle BMW site, which are a little different style than most others.

BMW Stainless Steel Pedal Pads, Part Number 35 00 0 410 099, $115 ($150 list):

Ewww.. I don't like these. I would prefer Swamp's. Those are NICE!

I just sent him a PM asking for a part #.
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I put a set of those on with my friend on his 335 they look nice but I'd prefer some custom ///M pedals
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