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Was wandering if anyone knows what I could get for a aftermarket brake peddle. I am heal toe shifting and have size nine narrow feet. I find the turn over to the throttle to be tricky as only a small part of my foot can be on the brake peddle. This is causing some foot slippage during a heel toe unless I am really applying allot of brake and the peddle is compressed down allot. Thinking a slightly wider brake peddle will allow for more foot coverage during a heal toe. I think a larger foot would help as well but more than likely easier to modify the car than me. lol.
 

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It would be great if there was some Hyundai model we could pull these adjustable pedals out of, even if its a Genesis as long as price is right. Of course that might mean an older model Genesis.

Nothing like having official parts :D
 

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If you have access to a good machinist I would pull the pedal off and get someone to reverse engineer the pedal to fit then manufacture a new pedal to suit. I work at a prototype machine shop so that's how I would go about it.
 

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So WesternSwagz, why not do just that and sell us some. If the price were right, I'd be interested, and I bet some other drivers would too.
I've never really considered it honestly. While I think it would be fairly straightforward, I wouldn't know exactly how they should be shaped as I'm sure each individual would have a personal preference. If I get some time maybe I'll pop them off and CAD them up.
 

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Bumping this thread. Anybody find any good options to get the brake pedal a little closer to the gas pedal?

I just picked up a 2018 and it's my only real gripe with the car. Takes way to much effort to H/T properly when not going crazy.

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I've adjusted my heal onto the brake pedal and toe on the gas. Takes some getting used to, the feel of brake pressure.
 
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