: Silver pedals that come with Recaro package



LyndellWiggins
10-05-12, 10:42 AM
I just found out that I am missing out on the silver brake and acceleration pedals that come with the Recaro package. I purposefully didn't get the Recaro package because I don't like the way the seats grip my body, but I do like the pedals. Does anyone know the product numbers so I can order them? Also, maybe an idea of how much they will cost? Thanks.

Lyndell Wiggins

RippyPartsDept
10-05-12, 11:08 AM
19171864 - auto trans
19171865 - manual trans

LyndellWiggins
10-05-12, 11:54 AM
That was fast. Thanks.

RippyPartsDept
10-05-12, 12:25 PM
no problem

the parts catalog does not specifically list them as fitting the V-series cars but i'm pretty sure that's an error

M5eater
10-06-12, 09:08 PM
no problem

the parts catalog does not specifically list them as fitting the V-series cars but i'm pretty sure that's an error

The touring CTS 3.6 gets metal pedals.

xlr_x
10-07-12, 12:50 AM
if i were the OP ill order a set from LPE

Purple87SS
10-09-12, 02:57 PM
http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/results.cfm?singlepart=1&AddPartNumber=19171864&partnumber=19171864

$75

I may jump on this as well.

M5eater
10-09-12, 03:27 PM
http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/results.cfm?singlepart=1&AddPartNumber=19171864&partnumber=19171864

$75

I may jump on this as well.

lol.. typical GMPD. This is exactly why I order small items from my local dealer;
MSRP: 105
GMPD: $74.97
GMPD shipping: $19.87
Ttl: $94.84

I can get a bigger discount at home, thanks. Or even give rippy a call, I'm *sure* he can come in at lower than a 10% overall discount.

RippyPartsDept
10-09-12, 04:39 PM
i'll match GMPD's price ... $91.88 + $2.96 shipping = $94.84

Purple87SS
10-09-12, 04:49 PM
I never said Gmpartsdirect was the best deal, just helping the OP out.

BTW Here's a better one...
http://www.shopchevyparts.com/shopping_cart.php

$80
S/H 10.64

Total: $90.64

Rippy quoted me:

$91.88 plus $16 shipping

$107.88 total


Probably better to *know* the facts before you open your mouth...

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There you go-Rippy stepped up....order from Rippy since they are a valuable asset to the forum!

M5eater
10-09-12, 06:07 PM
Probably better to *know* the facts before you open your mouth...
The fact is, GMPD's shipping costs are outrageous. Aside from their customer service, which is crap, and their turn-around time, which is measured in years, not calendar days.

I can see how it might have come off a bit snobish, that was not my intent.

Purple87SS
10-10-12, 10:29 AM
Well good to know as I have never used GMPD. Just saw that was one of the top sites that popped up when googling the part # and the price looked good. Def order from Rippy as their customer service is 2nd to none!

So once installed said gas pedal assemble, does the dealer need to program it or is it plug and play?

RippyPartsDept
10-10-12, 02:20 PM
if anyone has a service manual it will say if the pedal needs to be programmed
(i would assume that it would need to be programmed)

MIGHTYMOUSE
01-28-13, 01:04 PM
the aluminum pedals are slick as hell and i dont like them. any other options?

RobF300
01-29-13, 12:25 PM
damm if that GM parts site doesn't rape you on the shipping

RippyPartsDept
01-29-13, 12:51 PM
damm if that GM parts site doesn't rape you on the shipping
:yeah:

which is why I'm here and offer similar/competitive discounts and charge reasonable/fair shipping rates

RobF300
01-29-13, 12:54 PM
thank you for your service Rippy, sometimes I spend more money then I think I should to keep my business at my local shops, being a small business myself

RippyPartsDept
01-29-13, 01:00 PM
you're welcome, and thanks!

i totally understand ... i try my best to do the same as well

Big Jay
02-11-13, 01:24 AM
http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/results.cfm?singlepart=1&AddPartNumber=19171864&partnumber=19171864

$75

I may jump on this as well.

Have any of you had dealings with these guys? Over on the Vette boards, they say that these guys sell at a really low price, and all their profit is in the shipping cost. If you have to return something, you don't get the shipping refunded, so they made their money still.

RippyPartsDept
02-11-13, 10:19 AM
Yup that's basically correct...

i can usually match (or come close to) their prices when you factor in the shipping/handling

Karch
02-11-13, 12:08 PM
the aluminum pedals are slick as hell and i dont like them. any other options?

Try SRP or Ultimate Pedals as a possible option.

austin
02-11-13, 05:26 PM
if anyone has a service manual it will say if the pedal needs to be programmed
(i would assume that it would need to be programmed)

Hi,

When I had my 2012 AWD Coupe I purchased these pedals.. Comes with instructions.. Replacement is straight forward.. Unplug and unbolt the gas pedal, and replace with the new one.. Pry off the brake pedal and slip on the new brake pedal. Simple as that no additional programming. :)

RippyPartsDept
02-12-13, 12:20 AM
good to know... thanks for the correction

tinman
02-12-13, 12:38 PM
If anyone needs a dead pedal I can fabricate a nice stainless steel one.

MSOsr
02-12-13, 06:01 PM
I might consider a dead pedal that looked exactly like the Recaro package pedals. Currently have an Ultimate pedal in place that doesn't match (but doesn't look bad, either).

Mike

tinman
02-15-13, 02:01 PM
I can't get the raised rubber that goes through the metal. I can waterjet out anything/anydesign, I just can't get any matching rubber.

MSOsr
02-15-13, 07:16 PM
I wonder if you cut it out just like the recaro pedals if the black rubber from the dead pedal would show through enough to make it look close to the others?

Mike

tinman
02-15-13, 09:01 PM
Absolutely. You'd be amazed what this waterjet can do.

MSOsr
02-15-13, 11:51 PM
Maybe a pic of a "prototype Recaro dead pedal" sitting in place?

Mike

tinman
02-16-13, 10:01 AM
Better yet, why don't you see it in person? My shop is close to Everbank Field. PM me if interested. Or we can hookup at Cars &Coffee in 3 weeks.

MSOsr
02-16-13, 01:51 PM
That sure seems like a plan! I've met you at an earlier Cars & Coffee!

Mike

tinman
02-16-13, 02:26 PM
Which V is yours?

thebigjimsho
02-17-13, 08:54 AM
I hope this comes to fruition...

tinman
02-17-13, 09:04 AM
I just have no way to reproduce the raised rubber out of the metal for grip.

MSOsr
02-24-13, 07:54 PM
Which V is yours?

I have the Thunder Gray V Coupe, black grill, polished wheels, with the saffron/black recaros.

Mike

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:gah: I just noticed, Tinman..they are caravaning to Amelia Island on March 9...no Cars & Coffee.

Photos?

Mike

thebigjimsho
02-25-13, 10:46 AM
I think if the pedals looked just like rest of the pedals than it could just have ribs or cross cut pattern and look in place.

tinman
02-25-13, 10:59 AM
I just noticed, Tinman..they are caravaning to Amelia Island on March 9...no Cars & Coffee.



Mike

I could be wrong, but after talking to Bill and Malcolm at the last show, they were going to have a show and then caravan to Amelia. I will check it out. Where did you get your info, Mike?

Paul

tinman
02-25-13, 11:03 AM
104369

https://picasaweb.google.com/wpkamke/DeadPedal#5807361994778567042

MSOsr
02-28-13, 03:08 PM
Read it on their website. Said "Meet at 8:30 and we'll caravan up to Amelia".

Can you show that deadpedal with the slots cut out like the Recaro pedals (even though you don't have the rubber to insert)?

Mike

tinman
02-28-13, 03:14 PM
Mike,
I haven't made any pedals with the slots cut out. Right now we are working overtime the last three weeks, so I don't have time for "fun stuff". Once I have time it is no problem at all.

Thanks for the info on the caravan. I won't make the trip on Saturday.

Paul

MSOsr
02-28-13, 08:52 PM
See you, Paul, at the April meet?

Mike

tinman
03-01-13, 11:52 AM
See you, Paul, at the April meet?

Mike
Yes.

CTS-V Dragon Wagon
03-06-13, 10:17 AM
I just want something to replace that big rubber foot rest on the left. Don't know why Cadillac put those nice pedals for the brake and accelerator with the Recaro package, but ignored the foot rest.

MSOsr
03-07-13, 05:08 PM
Paul:

I bet if you made a prototype with the cutouts and took it to Hecht Rubber on Philips Highway, they could make you an insert. If it looks like the Recaro pedals, you could sell a slew of them on this forum.

Mike

MSOsr
03-17-13, 07:47 PM
Any news?

Mike

MSOsr
03-23-13, 11:09 AM
Paul:

Bringing the cutout prototype to Cars and Coffee in April?

Mike

Ttotheroy
05-01-13, 10:54 AM
Anyone install the gas pedal assembly themselves? I took a look & was surprised at how high & inaccessible the upper attach holes for the bracket were. Can the pedal be removed from the arm & bracket & installed on the arm & bracket that's already in the car?

tinman
05-01-13, 10:58 AM
Anything is possible but this is not probably recommended. There is a rivet that has to be drilled out and there is also a set screw above the pedal. that screw appears to have some type of tolerance issue. It has a green line that is matched up between the screw itself and the outer housing.

CTS-V Dragon Wagon
05-04-13, 06:37 AM
I have the Recaro package so I have the aluminum and rubber pedals. However, the foot rest is a plain strip of rubber. Does anyone make a replacement that looks a little better than that, or at least matches the pedals?

tinman
05-04-13, 07:03 AM
Check out post #38.

CTS-V Dragon Wagon
05-04-13, 07:45 AM
Check out post #38.
Yeah, I saw that, thanks. Where can I get one of those plates for the foot rest? The rubber foot rest easily becomes dingy looking, and doesn't complement the pedals.

MSOsr
05-04-13, 12:47 PM
We're trying to get Paul to cut out the channels to match the recaro pedals and then we'll worry about finding rubber to fit in them!

Mike