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Old 01-23-2014, 03:08 AM   #29
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I looked at the back side of the pedal and it was hard to tell with it in the car, but it looks like other common Toyota wider pedals should fit the rod, the only issue is that the Zx6 has what looks like a pedal stopper built into the pedal that would not be there if using the 78101-20150 pedal. The 2010 Camry SE had this pedal with a stopper on the back of it, but the pedal is only available as an assembly (78110-33060). Still it seems like coming up with some sort of stopper wouldn't be too hard.


Still, I had no real trouble heel-toeing in the car with the smaller pedal.

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I got the part number 78101-20150, as your pictured. But for the life of me, I can't seem to remove the pin that holds the original pedal in place... Does anybody have a tip, an advice on how to proceed to swap the out the original pedal and install this one?

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Old 01-23-2014, 04:01 PM   #30
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This is the easiest car to heel/toe that I have ever had! Just sayin'...
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Old 01-23-2014, 04:12 PM   #31
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Old 01-23-2014, 04:20 PM   #32
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This is the easiest car to heel/toe that I have ever had! Just sayin'...
Yeah, it's pretty good. I bought the cusco pedal plate but I haven't installed it yet as I don't want it to be a crutch so I'm forcing myself to learn without it first.

So far so good but the problem I see is that you can't really use your "toe" it's more your midsole or ball of your feet as the gas pedal is short to get your heel square on it. However, I'm assuming with the cusco plate, which is longer, I should be able to use more of the front of my foot as opposed to the middle and hit my heel at the bottom of the extended plate.
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I have the Cusco Accelerator Pedal Plate as well.

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Old 01-23-2014, 04:30 PM   #34
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The problem is not wether I can heel-n-toe the BRZ (thanks for your concern though, I am doing ok:
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Just looking for someone who fitted this (OEM, need I say) part.
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Coincidence that I just installed mine today and then came across this thread, lol. I used a punch and a hammer to remove the pin. Just be careful. If the pin gets misshapen in any way, it will be a PITA to remove.

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The moral of this story: with proper tools everything is easier


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the stock pedal is perfect for heel/toe, even with my size 10 feet...
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The stock pedal was ok, I expect this to be an improvement over something not bad to begin with. (Haven't driven it yet.)

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Heres the cusco pedal :

http://ft86speedfactory.com/cusco-sp...640b599400b1f5
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Cusco pedal works great. Easy install too.
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The stock peal was ok, I expect this to be an improvement over something not bad to begin with. (Haven't driven it yet.)
What was your solution to the pedal stopper issue that @Jeff Lange mentioned? Or is it a non-issue?
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