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Got my steering wheel back from the uphostery shop today, so I put all the remaining pieces back together (steering wheel, shift knob, pedals) so I could try to start the car and find the battery dead.

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Stock wheel recovered in perforated leather and Alcantara.


CTS-V2 Suede shift knob (Di-NOC added, of course).


Autovation aluminun pedals.


Altogether now.
 

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I have the same intereor on my V and I really like what you have done with yours. It really transforms it into more of a "sports" car feel. More in line with how I drive mine:)
 

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Looks great! Has anyone switched pedals out like The Raven has? How hard is it to switch them?
I have switched mine with Putco pedals. The brake pedal was the hardest for me because on mine you drill through the pedal and bolt the cover to it.
 

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I have switched mine with Putco pedals. The brake pedal was the hardest for me because on mine you drill through the pedal and bolt the cover to it.
Yup same here - remove rubber pedal, drill four holes in brake pedal backplate, thru-bolt aluminum pedal onto backplate.
 
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