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Re: Installing sport pedals...how?

If you do work there please give me a discount at infiniti-parts. I want the sport lights so bad but it's still so expensive!

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Re: Installing sport pedals...how?

**** the gas pedal was a bitch! But like you said, once you knew how to do it was a piece of cake.

As far as the guys @ Sewell, they've been nothing but professional, great customer service. They said I would have a brake pedal by this weekend.

Speaking of which, I was able to pop it off (and then back on once I realized I didn't have the right part) quite easily. I'm thinking the difference between rubber and aluminum (or whatever they're made of)

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Re: Installing sport pedals...how?

Quick follow up question. What's everyone using for their parking brake? Or do you not even deal with it?

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Re: Installing sport pedals...how?

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Quick follow up question. What's everyone using for their parking brake? Or do you not even deal with it?
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Also, what's everyone using for the brake pedal. I heard that the G35's clutch would work.
That is correct.


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Re: Installing sport pedals...how?

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Speaking of which, I was able to pop it off (and then back on once I realized I didn't have the right part) quite easily. I'm thinking the difference between rubber and aluminum (or whatever they're made of)
The OEM brake pedal cover is EASY to take off and put back on cause it's all rubber... the sport one's a PAIN cause it barely flexes at all due to the metal on it...


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Quick follow up question. What's everyone using for their parking brake? Or do you not even deal with it?
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Also, what's everyone using for the brake pedal. I heard that the G35's clutch would work.
That is correct.
Part number for the clutch pedal? Cheapest place to get it?

Edit: Found it #46531 AB000 ... searched http://www.infinitipartsusa.com under Nissan parts.

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Part number for the clutch pedal? Cheapest place to get it?

Edit: Found it #46531 AB000 ... searched http://www.infinitipartsusa.com under Nissan parts.
Or you coulda looked in our PARTS STICKY viewtopic.php?f=62&t=10235


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Any word on removing the gas pedal? I need to take it off my 2012 FX35 to install a Sprint Booster. I hear there is a "clip" of some sort, but I don't want o break anything. Thanks
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