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Old Apr 29, 2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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clutch-pedal height

My clutch pedal rests about 3/4" higher than the brake, which gets in the way of using the left foot to brake. Is there a simple way to lower the clutch pedal while still having the clutch disengage completely?
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Old Apr 30, 2012, 05:33 AM   #2
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on a oem cmc no... if you upgraded your cmc to a magnus there is some adjustability, but can only go so far before your clutch is slightly engaged even though it feels as though it is not.. if that makes any sense..
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That makes sense and is almost exactly what I didn't want to hear. But that's not your fault, so thanks. I might have to go with a very tall left foot-rest and retrain my leg.
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or what might help, get some aftermarket pedals and see if you can make up the difference or close. if you tell them what your looking for they may be able to get you some custom ones. these are what most are using for aftermarket.
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http://www.speedelement.com/index.ph...mart&Itemid=38
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