Join Date: May 2017
Location: Prescott, Arizona
I guess this thread won't die......
I tried the extender block on the brake pedal mentioned by conedriver. I made mine 7/8" thick at the middle of the block and made a concave radius to match the existing pedal contour. I topped it with a modified OMP pedal plate I got from Centerline.
I was worried that the extra effort to raise your foot to the higher pedal would be annoying but on my first test I did not notice it at all. Static position shows the brake pedal 2" higher than the accelerator and so far so good. I'll likely trim the lower right corner of the OEM pedal to match the block and plate if this ends up working well.
I used an amazing, light weight, dimensionally stable, easy to work material for my block.....Honduras mahogany.
1991 S4 Spider "Gabriela", 2017 VW Golf R, 2018 VW GTI,
Previous obsessions; 2006 Mustang GT, 2006 BMW Z4M, 5 other Bimmers, Capri V6, Renault 5, Lotus Cortina, Sunbeam Alpine, Ducati Diana Mk 3, Norton Commando