Pedals are ready to go.  I was having major issues with the three pedals not being aligned.  I guess this is a common problem in 911s.  I was frustrated with how much I had to move my leg to brake, and that there was 3” of free travel in the brake pedal before it started actuating the master cylinder.  This problem combined with glazed pads had caused me to lose it a couple of times on turn 1 at Streets of Willow.  To remedy this I had a bracket with an adjustment screw welded in to adjust the brake pedal resting position, and  modified the bracket for the brake light switch.  They were also pretty beaten up, so while they were out of the car I sanded them down and sprayed them with some epoxy paint.  Now they look as good as the interior and rollbar.  I’m one step closer to finishing my interior weight loss/clean up project and getting my car ready for the track this weekend. 

Pedals are ready to go.  I was having major issues with the three pedals not being aligned.  I guess this is a common problem in 911s.  I was frustrated with how much I had to move my leg to brake, and that there was 3” of free travel in the brake pedal before it started actuating the master cylinder.  This problem combined with glazed pads had caused me to lose it a couple of times on turn 1 at Streets of Willow.  To remedy this I had a bracket with an adjustment screw welded in to adjust the brake pedal resting position, and  modified the bracket for the brake light switch.  They were also pretty beaten up, so while they were out of the car I sanded them down and sprayed them with some epoxy paint.  Now they look as good as the interior and rollbar.  I’m one step closer to finishing my interior weight loss/clean up project and getting my car ready for the track this weekend. 

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    Doing work! :D
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