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Old 11th February 2009, 18:25   #76
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Razo Titanium pedals available with Satya. Come in a lovely aluminium case also.

@Binoy, saw the car around in Koramangala and Indiranagar. Looks damn nice.
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do these pedals fit indian designed cars like my humble indica
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Old 12th February 2009, 08:31   #78
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yeah it will fit, as the fitting seems to be universal type.
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Do these razo pedals compulsarily need driving boots,can't they be comfortably operated using regular shoes?

Also can they be fitted in a car like the civic?
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Do these razo pedals compulsarily need driving boots,can't they be comfortably operated using regular shoes?

Also can they be fitted in a car like the civic?
They don't need driving boots compulsorily,and they are universal ..

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Thanks for the correction.even i never knew that:COMPULSORILY
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They don't need driving boots compulsorily,and they are universal ..
But I guess the reason for the query is that the pedals dont seem to have any rubber grip in place. Atleast thats what I could make out from the pictures.
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exactly.What i wanted to know was the level of grip if i use regular shoes.

By the way anyone know who in delhi stocks some sport pedals.Momo,sparco etc.would like to have a look before putting my money down.
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i think Arush would be stocking them.

And i believe the pedals which only have metal are to be fitted over the regular rubber ones to add that grip effect. This is how the Maruti ones are fitted as i had seen once.
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exactly.What i wanted to know was the level of grip if i use regular shoes.

By the way anyone know who in delhi stocks some sport pedals.Momo,sparco etc.would like to have a look before putting my money down.
Any rubber soled shoe would provide adequate grip, formal shoes and Kholapuris would be a BIG NO NO.
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The pedals i saw at ford are not blot fitted they are just plugged on like a cover , at the back they have hard rubber grips cling on to the pedals.
Are you sure? I've got my Fiesta pedals changed to the Sports type, and those do not cling to the original rubber pedals---I was handed back the original rubber pedals.
I paid Rs 2800 incl taxes, and i was told those are Italian made.
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i drive without shoes . will the pure aluminum ones be less harsh on my socks ? the rubber is just eating them up!
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arey baba here we are talking about two different things.

1. The ones which comes from Ford Fiesta to be specific are the ones which just need to be tagged on the base metal of the pedals in the car, as these ones come with a rubber and metal combination from factory.

2. Some of the other brands just give a metal pedal.. which i believe needs to be mounted on the rubber pedals to give that rubber + metal effect and also provide grip to the driver's foot.
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Is there any other advantages for Aftermarket Pedals other than the so called "extra grip" ?
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Sporty looks and if you have a interior colour theme, you can buy to match it. Aesthetics besides grip.
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