New Momo pedals
My son and I fitted my new Momo Stealth pedals to the GT today. The rubber studs on the original factory Momo, so- called alloy, pedals had worn flat, making the clutch pedal in particular, a bit slippery. Momo don't sell replacement rubbers for them and buying new pedals from the dealer is out of the question. I looked into using the rubbers from some cheap pedals, as suggested in the past by one of my fellow Aussies, but I would have needed to buy two sets to get enough of them. In the end I decided to buy the new Momo set which were not much more expensive than buying two sets of the cheap ones. These have the advantage of being solid aluminium, (as opposed to plated die cast), and not having rubbers which would also have worn down in time. I had to drill new holes for the Allen bolts that hold them on, which required careful lining up. They feel nice and grippy and look better than the factory ones I think.
2004 GT 3.2 V6, Grigio Stromboli
2008 159 ti 2.4 JTDM Sportwagon, Grigio Stromboli
1989 75 3 litre V6, black
1988 75 3 litre, red, (son's car now)
2000 156 TS 2 litre, Cosmos Blue, (daughter's car)