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The key here is adjusting the pedals themselves. I had a little interferrence with the throttle linkage and lenghtend the one in the engine bay so it would not hit the butterfly. Before that, it was in perfect height for rolling the foot. It was easier than my 914. Now, I'll have to go under the car and shorten the one just outside the bulkhead to compensate. You can also make adjustments to your brake pedal height, buy the throttle is easier. When the pedals are right, you'd have to have a size 6AAA to have problems.
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Old 01-26-2004, 07:30 AM
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