installed some VMS pedal covers yesterday, I like these because they come with finicky tiny clamps to hold them on the pedal, no need to drill to mount. I've not had time to dyno these to see how much horse power they are good for lol
I will add another photo of the view from the seated position later.
Built 2nd week of August 1992, 1993 Dodge Stealth R/T twin turbo (6g72 engine with stock TD04-9b turbochargers), pearl white exterior (W29), red leather interior, W5MG1 transaxle.
Have you used pedal covers like that before? I found the shitty metal brackets on the back will destroy your floor mat and/or carpet then work loose and allow the cover to slide around on the pedal.
Threw them away and used something similar to skateboard grip tape to replace the worn out factory rubber cover. Hope yours work out better.
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