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Aluminum Race Pedals Installation Instructions
Download Installation Instructions for Racing Pedals

Warning: Make sure you wear safety glasses during this installation.
Approximate installation time: 90 minutes or less depending on application.

Required Tools



Prep work - Remove factory rubber covers from the brake and clutch pedal when and if applicable.





Verify installation kit and clean the pedals with mild soap and water before installing covers.  You may wish to paint them black for show quality finish.


Clean Pedals

Step 1 - Position aluminum pedal covers over the factory pedals and mark where the mounting holes need to be drilled using a pencil, marker or scribe.



Step 2 - Punch Holes (optional) - Use center punch before drilling to help prevent the bit from skating. Use block of wood behind pedals for leverage.



Step 3 - Install Gas & Footrest
It is possible to install the screws into plastic pedals without drilling pilot holes. Carefully install the self-tapping screws into the factory pedals to tap the holes. Remove the screws and position the pedal covers onto the factory pedals and re-install the screw back in to attach the aluminum pedals. Do not over tighten.



Note: a.
Some gas pedals may have a hard, thin plastic cover over a steel pedal. If this plastic cover can be removed, do so and install the AutoVation gas pedal on top of the metal pedal. If not, install the AutoVation gas pedal through the plastic and into the metal pedal.

Note that the gas pedal cover is engineered smooth so that your shoe can slide over its surface.

Step 4 Brake & Clutch:
Observe if existing holes are drilled into factory pedals. If so, these factory holes are normally used for mounting our aluminum pedals and do not require additional drilling.

If no holes are present, they will have to be drilled. Before drilling make sure the pedals are aligned. Make sure the nuts will clear of any obstructions (such as the connecting arms). Start by center punching and drilling 1/8" holes in the marked hole locations. Then continue to drill the holes using a 3/16 (.187) drill bit.



Pre-Drill the holes using a 1/8 or smaller drill bit.



Drilling Tips / Suggestions
Use new Cobalt drill bits.
Use a cutting fluid (lubricant) on your drill bit.
Use a corded drill or fully charged higher voltage cordless.
  Always be sure to use all the bolts provided in the kit.



...complete drilling larger 3/16" Holes



Mount the aluminum pedals using the countersunk machine screws and nylon-insert locknuts provided (washers may be provided for some sets). The mounting hardware shall be tightened using a 3/32 Allen wrench and an 11/32 wrench or socket/ratchet.

Check that all pedals are securely attached using all mounting locations.
Make sure all pedals have adequate clearance between adjacent pedals floor covering.
Re-check all pedals after driving.

DONE.

AutoVation Technologies, Inc. is not to be liable for any consequential, special or contingent damages, expense, or injury arising directly or indirectly from any defect in its goods or from the use of any goods, defective or otherwise. AutoVation Technologies, Inc. and its affiliates will in no way be held responsible for any damages to any vehicle, persons or property for any reason whatsoever. The installer/owner assumes all risks involved with the installation and use of these products. The items represented by AutoVation Technologies, Inc. are for off-road use only and no warranty is either EXPRESSED or IMPLIED. No warranty or representation is made as to these products ability to protect the user from injury or death. The user shall determine the suitability of these products and assume all risks and responsibility in connection with their use. Automobile racing is a dangerous activity and the user shall assume all risk and responsibility. Installation of an item is an acknowledgement and acceptance of the terms of this disclaimer. Any warranties implied by law are limited in duration to the duration of this warranty.

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