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Old 02-27-2015, 09:00 PM   #1
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ZL1 Pedals available at CULTRAG Performance

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CULTRAG Performance carries a complete set of everything needed to add ZL1 pedals to your Camaro as a direct bolt on, no modifications or rewiring necessary. Automatic kits include accelerator pedal and brake pedal pad, manual kits include accelerator pedal and both brake and clutch pedal pads.



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Automatic transmission kit 109.99
Manual transmission kit 125.99

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Old 03-10-2015, 08:53 AM   #2
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Patrick,

Do you have any prices on zl1 side skirts?

email is todd.wells@aecom.com
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Old 03-12-2015, 10:13 PM   #3
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Patrick,

Do you have any prices on zl1 side skirts?

email is todd.wells@aecom.com
Yes we do email sent!
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Old 03-22-2015, 09:15 PM   #4
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It may be me but got the pedals and love how they look. Installed the gas just fine after I got the two bolts out from up top which were annoying. The brake pedal pad though I can't get that on at all. Seems like their is not enough rubber pad like the oem has. Any suggestions on installing that pad?
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It may be me but got the pedals and love how they look. Installed the gas just fine after I got the two bolts out from up top which were annoying. The brake pedal pad though I can't get that on at all. Seems like their is not enough rubber pad like the oem has. Any suggestions on installing that pad?
They can be a pain. I know some have used hair driers or even putting in the oven at a lower temp to warm them up to make the easier to put on.

Do not though soak it in hot water as will make it easier to put on but also has dissolved the glue that holds the metal to the rubber and caused that piece to come off.
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Takes a lot of muscle and also a screw driver (flat head) to work the angles.
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