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Aftermarket pedal covers?

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Hi guys

My Google and search skills are failing. Does anyone know if there are
any aftermarket pedal covers or rubber covers for the FIST?
I have the euro pimpled ones and in city driving with thin soled
shoes the stock ones aren't comfy on ball of the foot. I'm thinking a
larger or wider clutch pedal would be better.

Not a lot out there aside from custom dead pedals.

thx
 


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I have seen a few Fiesta ST's with OMP and Sparco universal pedals. I had the dimpled ones on my 2011 and never had any comfort issues. The biggest problem I had was the gas pedal is so skinny that I struggled to heel-n-toe down shift. I made my own gas pedal and solved the problem for under $10.

Fiesta ST modifications by Bryan Redeker BRGT350, on Flickr

I have added grip tape since this picture was taken.
 


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Sweet. Gonna track down some OMPs. Thanks.

p.s. BRGT350 I know what you mean about heel toe. I bought the Active Shift Designs pedal spacer which brings up the
gas pedal to brake level. Haven't been to the track yet so I'll see how it works there.
 


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I was really close to buying a set of OMP pedal pads to help with the downshifting, but had some aluminum laying around and decided to give it a try. I may try the pedal spacer, or something of my own design later. So far, the DYI pedal is working pretty good!
 


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I have seen a few Fiesta ST's with OMP and Sparco universal pedals. I had the dimpled ones on my 2011 and never had any comfort issues. The biggest problem I had was the gas pedal is so skinny that I struggled to heel-n-toe down shift. I made my own gas pedal and solved the problem for under $10.

Fiesta ST modifications by Bryan Redeker BRGT350, on Flickr

I have added grip tape since this picture was taken.
reviving the dead (thread)

Bryan, Do you have other photos? Curious how this attaches to the accelerator? I don't see mounting holes. And I doubt you glued this on. ;)
 


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I have seen a few Fiesta ST's with OMP and Sparco universal pedals. I had the dimpled ones on my 2011 and never had any comfort issues. The biggest problem I had was the gas pedal is so skinny that I struggled to heel-n-toe down shift. I made my own gas pedal and solved the problem for under $10.

Fiesta ST modifications
by Bryan Redeker BRGT350, on Flickr

I have added grip tape since this picture was taken.
Where can I get these rubber covers? I need a link please!
 




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