This is a discussion on Clutch Helper Spring within the Mustang GT350 Problems and Issues forums, part of the Mustang GT350 Forum category; Originally Posted by JZTRK I also put in the steda spring in my 16 tech but now my pedal sticks to the floor at higher ...
I put the original back in the small amount of play at the top was too much for me. on a side note no more sticking pedal
Sorry to leave you hanging- Sullivan has racing pedals and spacers that I hear can help tremendously with heel/toe. Did you make it to the Track Attack?
Last edited by Tankman; 11-21-2016 at 08:01 PM.
Thanks for the info on the pedals. May have to use them on all my cars.
Yes, I did make it to Track Attack Oct 3, 4. Spent the second day in the Boss 302. Instructors were good and very approachable. Facilities were outstanding. I am ready to go again especially now that my other track sessions are over until the spring. In fact, the group was talking about March already. I am a track whore
Alumni day is a grand idea I am in!
Tankman, I ordered a set of pedals for my GT500 today Will see how I like them on that since that is my primary track car before I put them on the Gt350 Happy Thanksgiving
Saw your link to this part, looks simple. Any idea on mounting instructions for GT350, drilling or mods required? Like this better than full pedal options since not sure which size fits best and drilling required. Great option!
Haven't done Track Attack yet, waiting for 2017 schedule and reservations to open. Will jump in for Extra Sessions after getting my first one done. Hope to get the Boss 2nd Day option. Have done Motorcycle track days, Bondurant & Skip Barber Track training in formula cars, but no car open track days.
Good info, THANKS!
My Bucket List Car:
2016 White/Blue Track Pack, built 6-1-16 G5556
--Ralph, Phoenix area
Last edited by rfrum; 11-24-2016 at 09:05 AM.
Your experience on the track should be helpful to you. Make sure you schedule way in advance as the Boss 302's go fast. The one thing you probably have learned or at least heard many times on the track, is keep your eyes up. Even whey you can't see the apex or exit, you will know where it is and look there. It will make your cornering a lot smoother. Unless you are proficient at heel toe, grab third gear and us your mental band width for conquering the track. Add the heel toe and second gear when you can best add it. Whenever I am learning a new track, I am in one gear only for half a day or so. Also, use all of the track, you paid for it use it. Good luck and you will have a blast--just not enough track time--but then again is there ever?