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      08-19-2010, 10:16 AM   #23
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+1 on the Turner Motorsport pedals. Really purposeful and looks great in my opinion. The clutch and brake is nice and grippy, never had an issue with slip and gas pedal is nice and smooth so you can execute those oh so sweet rev matches.
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      08-19-2010, 11:31 AM   #24
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aajami -

I don't have pictures but they look like Leemik's set up:

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...ighlight=pedal

The install is easy. You need to use a titanium drill to get through the brake pedal. The accelerator is easy to drill but I needed to buy an additional long screw to attach them. The kit came with 2 and I needed three.
Leemik has a nice 3D Design set up as well.

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Perfect, thanks. I'll probably pull the trigger on them in a few weeks.
You won't regret. the 3D Design with the rubber and the brushed aluminum is top quality.

Installation is tough but easier if you take the entire gas pedal out.
the great thing about the 3D Design pedal is that it does not use self-tapping screws. They are a true bolt and nut design and is very secure.

Japan Yen is not getting any weaker unfortunately....

This is what we had on our car.

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      08-23-2010, 08:54 PM   #26
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Check out my setup http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=360726
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      08-24-2010, 02:58 AM   #27
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i think the tms pedals are the best because of the functionality.
I'd love to sport those but I'd get owned on days where I wear slippers as I prefer to drive barefoot to having my slippers getting caught on the pedals.
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i think the tms pedals are the best because of the functionality.
I'd love to sport those but I'd get owned on days where I wear slippers as I prefer to drive barefoot to having my slippers getting caught on the pedals.
Haha they aren't THAT spikey. I've driven bare foot a few times with the tms pedals and it's not bad at all.
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Who can install the 3D Design pedals for me in SoCal???

Don't feel like drilling, screwing, dealing with any of that.

I'm assuming they install flush, without a problem, do not effect WOT, etc.???

They look great
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I can't help you on the install but can confirm that they fit flush and don't affect WOT or other pedal function.
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3D or OEM, not the performance one but the OEM one with the oval stripes, looks good.
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I'm torn between Turner Motorsports (in Black) or the Hamann.
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Who can install the 3D Design pedals for me in SoCal???

Don't feel like drilling, screwing, dealing with any of that.

I'm assuming they install flush, without a problem, do not effect WOT, etc.???

They look great
Look rennspec up.
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I'm torn between Turner Motorsports (in Black) or the Hamann.
I'd love the black ones but I don't know how the finish is going to hold up especially when they mentioned that the silver ones would hold up to wear better. Then again, its anodized and anodized stuff are really difficult to wear off. Hmm..
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      08-25-2010, 02:27 PM   #35
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They do say this... "We always recommend the naked metal pedals for harsher/race type use"

For street use maybe the black will be just fine.
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Look rennspec up.
Thanks cloud, are they on the forums - who can I PM for a good install price?
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Thanks cloud, are they on the forums - who can I PM for a good install price?
They are on the forums, as either Gary, Jason, or Simon RennSpec. Give them a PM, they'll help you out.
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i don't like the ideas of the TMS pedals using self tapping screws. I wonder if I could use the screws from the OEM bmw aluminum pedal kit. afaik they can be purchased seperately.
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