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Old 10-03-2013, 07:44 PM   #1
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SVT Clutch pedal cover

For those of you that had a leaky master cylinder and your rubber has worn off I finally found an oem cheap replacement on ebay. It is made in japan by Mazada and it fits on focus Svts clutch pedal! Just type this into the ebay search.

NEW Genuine OEM Mazda Brake Clutch Pedal Pad RX-7 323 MX3 Protege 626 MX6 Pickup

Hopefully this helps people that have lost all the rubber on their clutch pedal just like I did. I should be getting mine next week and I'll post how it is.


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Old 10-03-2013, 08:09 PM   #2
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Old 10-03-2013, 11:34 PM   #3
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"NEW Genuine OEM Mazda Brake Clutch Pedal Pad RX-7 323 MX3 Protege 626 MX6 Pickup"
Type that into the "ebay search bar" it should come up and there will be a picture there.
I'm not selling this item just giving the forums a heads up!
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Moved to the SVT interior chat area


Thanks for the heads up, I know I'll be checking it out since I need a pedal.


Edit well it's not an exact match but it does look like it would fit. A good alternative to the buying the stock one.
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Been trying to get the stock ones. But the only way i see it possible is if i Buy the whole new clutch pedal assembly.
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it fits on focus Svts clutch pedal! Just type this into the ebay search.
Just an FYI, SVT clutch pedal cover is the same size as the non SVT clutch pedal..I have the three pedals in my '07
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I have gone through 3, THREE, of these stupid pedal covers... For a long time I drove without it, but after I got my new clutch and it was raining outside and my foot slipped off (heel toe) I decided I needed to put it back on. I had an epiphany! Drill a hole through the center of the pedal (and the cover) then put a smooth-top bolt through the hole, and secure on the floor-side with a bolt. If you get a short enough bolt, you won't even need to trim it. no more worrying about it slipping off, or having a mix-matched set of pedal covers! Just my 2 on a proper solution that will not wear out!
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I have gone through 3, THREE, of these stupid pedal covers... For a long time I drove without it, but after I got my new clutch and it was raining outside and my foot slipped off (heel toe) I decided I needed to put it back on. I had an epiphany! Drill a hole through the center of the pedal (and the cover) then put a smooth-top bolt through the hole, and secure on the floor-side with a bolt. If you get a short enough bolt, you won't even need to trim it. no more worrying about it slipping off, or having a mix-matched set of pedal covers! Just my 2 on a proper solution that will not wear out!
There are a few aftermarket versions that install that way. Although I can't say I've heard of the svt cover failing/falling
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I have not had one for the last 6 years and am used to the steel plate. I will try the bolt on method for re-attaching the stock one
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If these are the same as in the bullet,cobra, mach's= checkout CJ pony parts= look up '94-'04 mustang parts, brake/clutch pedal pads. I hope this helps you guys, out.
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