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Verus Engineering Throttle Pedal Spacer Black
Subaru WRX / STI 2015+
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RallySport Direct proudly carries a great selection of quality aftermarket products that have been expertly engineered and crafted by Verus Engineering.
On this page, you are looking at the Verus Engineering Throttle Pedal Spacer. This spacer has been designed to allow for easier heel-toe downshifting. This will move the throttle pedal 15-20mm closer to the brake pedal.
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I wear size 12 shoes. I have difficulty doing real heel-and-toe downshifts in my car. I'm used to just rolling my foot off the edge of the brake and blipping the throttle as I slow down. I've done this "side blip" on the street for years but it doesn't work well with the hard brake applications I perform at the track. I figured this pedal relocation would help. Unfortunately, I dislike it. The kit moves the throttle to the left (which I like), but it also moves it closer to my foot - much closer to the plane of the brake pedal. I do not understand why Verus designed the kit to do this. If I am not extremely careful, I will either press the throttle and brake simultaneously during normal driving or get my heel caught underneath the throttle pedal when I swing it out to blip during hard braking. If the relocating block were thinner - maybe 15% of its actual thickness, I bet I would love it. The throttle would be a normal distance below the brake - which would allow for brake pedal travel before initiating the throttle blip with my heel. Everything else about this product is wonderful: It looks great. it feels substantial. It's easy to install. The instructions are clear. The supplied pedal stop for the raised accelerator works perfectly. Verus even warns that drivers will need a couple weeks to get used to new pedal locations. But I can't see keeping a mod that requires precise pedal operation no matter what the condition.