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    Hi,

    Looking to fit either some carbon M pedals or some brushed alloy M ones.

    Interior of my car is Beige with a different colour of Beige dash, graphite matts, wooden trim - nothing is silver but the centre dash is all black etc so im thinking the alloy pedals are going to look a bit out of place ?

    Anyone got pics of carbon pedals fitted ?
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    got a pic of the carbon M pedals? and a link? hoe much are they?
     
     

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    Edited but it doesn't seem to take affect on the main page

    They are available of the bay, £35 for the set of 3 manual pedals and £35 for the rest pedal.
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    carbon looks good mate i mite go for a set for myself

    i take it you have to drill your pedals to fit these
     
     

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    Yeah just drill some holes through them.
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    nice, i mite buy some in the week,

    the carbon will go nice with the carbon door handels and carbon bits on the dash

     
     

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