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just wondering what kind, where u got them, and if they feel/grip better than stock...thanks

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I have a set of Momo Competition pedals. They are too big for my taste. Expensive as hell too; $75.

I would be willing to sell them if anyone is interested!


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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Lude182:
Yeah i got some OBX petals, titanium, nice grip. No slipage. Off ebay for $40. I like em</font>
no slippage at ALL? i just looked at them, with only the rubber dots on the perimeter it looks like your foot would slip off easy...thanks bro, they look nice

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Lude182:
Yeah i got some OBX petals, titanium, nice grip. No slipage. Off ebay for $40. I like em</font>
i got some silverish lookin obx ones too for like 25 bucks off of ebay, they seem to look the simplest in terms of design. however, when it comes to function, i don't notice much difference, the grip is sorta just like stock, no big improvement. and when it rains the clutch still squeeks every time i engage it. are there any out there that don't squeak at all if your shoes are wet?
 

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I had a set of OBXs on my Integra. I think they must have been an older style, because they didn't have any rubber on them at all (just metal). They were good because I slid the brake over a little towards the gas for easier heal-toeing, but they were slippery as hell with wet sneakers. I didn't bother to get them for my Prelude.

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I have a set of momo pedals on my prelude. Nice grip, not over sized at all.

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i have a set of Razo aluninum pedals... it's actually quite slippery when my shoes/sneakers are wet. only good thing about them is that i can place the brake pedal closer to the gas pedal for easier heel-n-toeing.
 

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Here are mine:
 

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I don't know..are they? i got them as a gift? they look badass to me...hahahaha..

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No slippage for me at all. Unless the bottom of your shoe is 100% flat it grips well

Np man.

<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by 99-V6-SANMARINO-COUPE:
no slippage at ALL? i just looked at them, with only the rubber dots on the perimeter it looks like your foot would slip off easy...thanks bro, they look nice

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Absolutely no slippage, and for what they cost there should be none.



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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Gabe:
Absolutely no slippage, and for what they cost there should be none.

Gabe

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Where did you get them from? I'm guessing James?

Hmmmm another thing to the list....I only need another $100,000 and my car will be DONE!
 

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i bought some razo carbon fiber from hk which is the same thing we have here. they bring the brake and gas a bit closer, and that's about it, i don't feel a much, much better grip, maybe just a little. and don't bother to get it as to "enchance your interior appearance", it's a place u hardly look at, and you'll stop looking after u installed it for a week, okay, maybe not if you have some nice mugen


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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by THATPRELUDEGUY:
Where did you get them from? I'm guessing James?

Hmmmm another thing to the list....I only need another $100,000 and my car will be DONE!
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I would have bought them from James but since he's having trouble with paypal and I wanted to put them on my CC (so many dreams, so little cash but so much credit). So I got them from www.inlinefour.com

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i think im going with the OBXs...I want something simple like that. thanks all

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Gabe:
Absolutely no slippage, and for what they cost there should be none.

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Gabe, if I drive my car out to Nebraska to visit my sister, I may have to hide my car in shame...you got ALOT of Mugen stuff!

Oh, I forgot. I have Razo aluminum pedals.
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