Ford Focus Forum, Ford Focus ST Forum, Ford Focus RS Forum - View Single Post - pedal travel issue after rear disc conversion?
View Single Post
Old 09-04-2009, 09:42 AM   #12
tb1999
Focus Addict
 
tb1999's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2007
Fan#: 44261
Location: Northern NJ, NJ
What I Drive: '05 ZX3 D2.3 & '03 Jag S-TYPE 4.2L

Posts: 1,238
Points 28,106, Level 98
Points: 28,106, Level: 98 Points: 28,106, Level: 98 Points: 28,106, Level: 98
Level Up 76% Completed
Level up: 76% Level up: 76% Level up: 76%
Forum Activity 2%
Activity: 2% Activity: 2% Activity: 2%
FF Reputation: 48 tb1999 Great Standing Member
Buy-Sell-Trade Rating: (7)
Quote:
Originally Posted by runfocusrun View Post
Isn't there a simple way to just adjust the pedal ?? I'm just guessing here. Also IMO if you have OEM ABS why change for a non ABS, just my .02c's
SCCA class rules, some allow ABS, some don't.

I'm not a big fan of ABS for competition events, it's a great feature on the road for emergency manouvers or unexpected road conditions, but it has only marginal benefits on track.

Even if I were running a class that allowed it, I'd rather ditch the 10 lbs by removing the pump/valve block.

As for the pedal adjustment, there is no simple adjustment. and it's not just the pedal height that's a problem, it's the total distance of travel.

If I adjust it to have the depressed position higher, then it's at rest location would be that much higher too...

I've already lowered the throttle pedal a bit by adjusting the cable mounting, but if I have to correct the brake pedal, it will be a bit more complicated.

If I don't get any better ideas on this post, I'll probably try modifyng the pivot points on the pedal to move the attachment point for the pedal rod that actuates the booster/master cyl.

Anyone have an extra brake pedal floating around?
__________________
BUY MY RACECAR for $5k

(FF BST Thread) > http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/vehicles-sale/690769-sale-05-zx3-track-car-%245-000-options-avail.html#post10067337
tb1999 is offline  
    Reply With Quote