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    Custom K5 Black Sport Foot Pedals Set - K5 Optima Store



    Is proud to introduce our newest product for the Optima!


    Custom K5 Black Sport Foot Pedals Set

    (BUY NOW)

    Description:

    Replace those old boring factory foot pedals
    These custom K5 foot pedals are sure to add a touch of class & style to your ride!
    3D drawing and design ensures a direct fitment over OEM pedals
    This set includes gas pedal, footrest, brake & footbrake

    Specifications:

    AL_5052 Precision cut aluminum
    CNC Engraving logo point
    Solid black anodizing
    Silicone rubber inserts for grip
    Includes mounting screws for installation

    We offer FREE SHIPPING within the US!!

    **Also available for the Kia Cadenza and Forte**





    THANK YOU FOR LOOKING!
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    These look super cool! Any pics of them installed on an optima? And do you have to drill holes into the pedals to get them to stay in? Don't really know how these work lol

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    Was wondering how difficult it was to drill as well and how much thicker the pedals get

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    i assume these you remove the rubber on the brake pedal and ebrake pedal and drill through the metal(brake) and plastic(ebrake) the gas you drill through the existing pedal and the foot rest u just screw into the floor.

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    I think the holes you see in the picture are the mounting points. They could be like those Razo pedals I use to buy back in the days.


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    Oh great just when I thought I was done, thanks a lot David LOL!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iLLMannered View Post
    i assume these you remove the rubber on the brake pedal and ebrake pedal and drill through the metal(brake) and plastic(ebrake) the gas you drill through the existing pedal and the foot rest u just screw into the floor.
    should be able to do it by hand right?

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    lol unsure of what you mean by hand. ull need a drill for sure to drill through the brake pedal. then hand tighten the bolt and nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minsky View Post
    These look super cool! Any pics of them installed on an optima? And do you have to drill holes into the pedals to get them to stay in? Don't really know how these work lol
    Thanks Alex, there are tons of different cheaper brands out there but we after ordering 2 others, these are definitely the best quality out of all of the others. We just began selling them yesterday, and already sold 6 sets. So there should be some nice quality photos of these installed very soon. We only have 8 sets left in stock at this time. However I put a new order in for more this morning.

    Quote Originally Posted by sixxteen View Post
    Was wondering how difficult it was to drill as well and how much thicker the pedals get
    It is very easy to install these. The pedal does not get much thicker at all as you remove the OEM rubber on the pedals before install.

    Quote Originally Posted by iLLMannered View Post
    i assume these you remove the rubber on the brake pedal and ebrake pedal and drill through the metal(brake) and plastic(ebrake) the gas you drill through the existing pedal and the foot rest u just screw into the floor.
    Yep exactly. You guys got this.

    Quote Originally Posted by bOOtYbAnDiT View Post
    I think the holes you see in the picture are the mounting points. They could be like those Razo pedals I use to buy back in the days.
    Exactly! These come with predrilled holes in them ready for install. Also includes all of the mounting screws too.

    Quote Originally Posted by hanK5 View Post
    Oh great just when I thought I was done, thanks a lot David LOL!!!!
    Oh come on now, you know this modding game never ends.

    Quote Originally Posted by sixxteen View Post
    should be able to do it by hand right?
    Yes absolutely. Once the holes have been predrilled in the pedals, the screws cans simply be tightened by hand with a screwdriver.

    Quote Originally Posted by iLLMannered View Post
    lol unsure of what you mean by hand. ull need a drill for sure to drill through the brake pedal. then hand tighten the bolt and nut.
    This!





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    order placed! thank you!

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