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Old 06-03-2016, 06:16 AM   #1
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Heel Toe Shifting

I have a 03 GT and man is it hard to Heel tow shift properly. I drove civic before and they were easy as pie to shift but this beast is opposite. I find the gas pedal too far to the right and way below the brake pedal.

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Make shift pedal extenders?
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This should help make it a little easier. http://www.mustangworld.com/ourpics/fcar/99pedals.htm
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This should help make it a little easier. Mustangworld - 99 - 00 Gas Pedal Adjustment tip

Woahhh I am going to try this out TODAY!!!! thanks man!
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Another, much more involved solution is to try and locate a pedal assembly from a Bullitt. The pedals are configured differently than a GT to facilitate easier heel to toe braking.
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Oh boy! Thank you all.

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Definitely what JDF posted. I didn't even like my Bullitt pedal assembly honestly. I did the spacer.


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Another, much more involved solution is to try and locate a pedal assembly from a Bullitt. The pedals are configured differently than a GT to facilitate easier heel to toe braking.
I did not know the Bullitts had a different pedal location
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I did not know the Bullitts had a different pedal location
Yep. They do.

I'm not positive, but the Machs and Cobras may have the same pedal assembly.
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I did the spacer thing with rubber hose and zip ties

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