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new to the gt350R. first, amazing machine. have owned several Porsche gt3s over the many years and some older collectible ford boss and gts from years ago, but not current mustangs. very neat car.
problem i have is that, the brakes are so good, so responsible and strong, that when you jump on them at normal street or highway speeds, the car slows so quickly, you don't end up depressing the brake far enough to nicely blip the gas for a rev match.
in my race car, the speeds are so much heavier you are whomping the brakes, but unless i want my wife or stuff in the passenger seat flying through the window and scaring the crap uotu fthe car behind, a smoother easier braking doesn't get the brake pedal low enouh.
can you adjust the brake pedal height lowering it? or raise the gas? other ideas?
iad the same thing in a street 911 but they made gas pedal adapters.

any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated! thanks!
 

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I've seen several people put plastic spacers under the gas pedal. I have not done this yet but seems to be a simple way to help the layout. They are in the hardware section at any Lowes or Home Depot.
 

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I've seen several people put plastic spacers under the gas pedal. I have not done this yet but seems to be a simple way to help the layout. They are in the hardware section at any Lowes or Home Depot.
Thanks. is that pedal a 1 piece welded or forged piece of alloy the top and the arm, or is the pedal bolted as you suggest to the arm? I sort of wiggled in ther but I maybe didn't check that out.
if bolted, yes , some spacers might help. or get an after market heel toe gas pedal that I see offered all over the place.
 
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