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This is a discussion on A good aftermarket dead pedal? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; The plastic lower fastener for my OEM dead pedal broke. Replace? What's the point? There have to be better dead ...

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    A good aftermarket dead pedal?

    The plastic lower fastener for my OEM dead pedal broke. Replace? What's the point?

    There have to be better dead pedals out there ... anyone know of some good ones?

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    TIC has some nice looking 4 pc pedal sets. I haven't had luck finding a decent one on it's own however.
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    That's a start ... thanks.
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    ...Rob.
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    Nice! ... but I need to replace the broken fastener first.
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    I know Autospeed Performance had a nice one.

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    I want regular WRX pedals instead of the black rubber TR pedals....
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    Quote Originally Posted by lytlec View Post
    I want regular WRX pedals instead of the black rubber TR pedals....
    You can do this... install will be easy for you.

    Go to your fav Subaru online parts site (like Subaru Genuine Parts or Subaru Pro Parts) and look for the STI pedal set made for the 5MT TR (not the WRX). It will specify TR in the description. It's not that expensive either and you get pink (errr, cherry blossom red) rubber inserts instead of the WRX black. (come on... you want red to match that sweet exterior )

    Unfortunately, it doesn't include a dead pedal.
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