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Esemes,

Do you think that the Rugmaster's are able to make a similar mat for the rear cargo area? For some reason, the cargo protector doesn't float my boat.
 

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so what is the cost for the 3 mats - 2 front and 1 rear (not the cargo unit)
all with infiniti logo and where do you get them
 

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fxer said:
so what is the cost for the 3 mats - 2 front and 1 rear (not the cargo unit)
all with infiniti logo and where do you get them
i paid about 75.00 for all three, WITH the rear mat embossed at the mid-hump...

tim offered to emroider the fronts as well, but i already had planned to do the alum sikmats instead (making the embroidery kinda obsolete....

please got : GEORGIA RUGMASTER SITE, CLICK ME to see their site, and .........


once decided on color/customization, call Tim @ (706) 313-2728 to confirm your order....

oh yeah, MENTION i sentya (scott from florida) and that you saw em exclusively on INFX.ORG and he'll take good, quick care of you....

please post your results!!

scott
 

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I thought this was going to be somebody's nickname The Rugmaster, like the carpet munch.... you get it.

I really like the embroidered mats. I'm not so sure if I would go with the Momo plates, but you seem to go for the more sporty look and that fits, I like 2nd setup better by the way.
 

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Esemes, am I counting four pedals and footrests in your drivers well?

Also, a little off topic, but, does the removal of the metal block behind the accelerator pedal provide any benefits (speed) or drawbacks?

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The light just went off about the four foot pedals. One is the emergency brake pedal!

Still curious about the block behind the accelerator and benefits/drawbacks of removing it.

Phat45
missed this post for awhile!! sorry!

anyway, yes, i used the clutch pedal from the G35 for my e-brake...

i wound up bolting thru the rubber backing (into the metal lever, which already was drilled!) as the epoxy i tried had failed twice!!! (couldnt get it to last!)

as for the block/bracket on the gas pedal, well, since the car is drive-by-wire (or electronic pedals, in a sense), im thinking the extra distance gained by removing the bracket will do nothing, as the ECU is calibrated to read 100% throttle at the oem end of travel..... (the pedal doesnt directly pull a cable on the intakes anymore)

can some clarify/dispute this thinking??
 
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