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anybody have experience on race pedal setups?

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I'm looking at the tilton and the wilwood overhung, floormount and firewall mounts. I'm leaning towards, remote mount reservoir, reverse master mount overhung assemblies.

Like the one attached

My major question is what really fits well that has a dual master/boosterless setup.

Anybody have pictures installed... it's reaching-- I know.


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There are four pictures there. Lance could use the floor mounts because the race seat was moved way back.

It is a nice set up. Maybe I can find some more picts.


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I've been looking at the remote twin master unit that Tilton make that can be mounted vertically model # 72-650. I think the standard clutch master could be used and attach the linkage directly to the Tilton remote with some type of custom linkage adapter. Currently working on some drawings for concept. Might even be able to use the standard pedal box modified to accept the remote. Lee was talking about something like this but the pictures never got posted. This would require the remote mounted reservoirs.

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In the attached links have a bit of discussion about race pedal set ups for LHD and RHD. One issue common to LHD and RHD is the apparent need for the shorter pedal lengths - 10.25" compared to 11.5" - without further modification.

Lee posted some pics showing the motomotion kit.

I have a Wilwood 340-4828.






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I will be installing the same Tilton floor mount unit in my race car as in the skidmark pics. As you can see in the pics you have to cut part of the firewall out to make more room....so it's not very easy install......

stay tuned to my build blog for my install.......

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I would go floor mounted, I used to not like them now I love them.

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And I modified the stock pedals. Certainly cheaper,

and I'm not convinced it's any heavier. A 2.5" setup will

fit- but you have to relocate the clutch master.

Which, btw, is 3/4", and can be replaced with a nice,

light aluminum cylinder.

Our rule set gets real cranky where tub mods are concerned.

Many people do fit aftermarket pedals,

but I like short periods in tech, with few questions.


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