RHD Dead Pedal

JohnS3

Registered User
As per the thread title, OSIR have a right hand drive dead pedal to match the S3 pedal set. It costs $170 from parts4euro.com

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MarcQuinlivan

Registered User
bit pricey alright since the LHD one from VAGParts is £30.

I've just emailed them to see if they'd offer any sort of discounts on a group buy.
 

I'mRonBurgundy?

Lets make that kitten purr...
Judging by the reflections it looks to me like it covers both the side and face.

Looks good though!
 

Mikey

Registered User
would be perfect if it wasnt for those huge butt ugly screws!
 

N8

Kowalski Details
VCDS Map User
Yeh agreed.
 

Mikey

Registered User
Im normally one for buying little things like this at certain silly prices, but I cant justify £99 for what is just a small piece of steel with 3 huge ugly bolts. IMO that is way over-priced, and its not even an Audi part!
 

MarcQuinlivan

Registered User
Agreed - if it was cheaper and better looking I might be interested in it, but there's better things to spend a hundred quid on.
 
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Boydie

Guest
I have been waiting for one of these for ages but that is far too much and as Marc has stated the LHD one is only £30!

Are they still saying that "safety" is the main concern for not producing a RHD dead pedal?

Joke IMO!
 

RichC

RAC 500W
Sorry for being dense but what would the safety issue be?
 
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Boydie

Guest
That's what I would like the know but if my memory serves me correctly this was the excuse I was given when asking about it - I laughed!
 

RichC

RAC 500W
Sounds a bit soft to me.
 
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Boydie

Guest
"oops, I slipped off my dead pedal" sounds very dangerous

Actually, "my dead pedal is now alive and I'm fcuked! Help me!"
 

RichC

RAC 500W
Yeah, sounds serious to me, beware of the dead pedal.
 

Mikey

Registered User
rumour has it that if you fit a shiney nice looking RHD dead pedal it slices your toes off one by one once you go over the legal speed limit. :jester:
 

RichC

RAC 500W
Well that exlpains it then, i knew there had to be a logical answer.
 

steve184

Registered User
is the orginaly plastic one easy to replace? i've had my car in and out of garages just lately and all those ham-fisted (or is that footed) mechanics have gone out of their way it seems to make a right mess of the face - wondering if its just an easy swap out piece of plastic thats relatively cheap to replace.

cheers
 

MarcQuinlivan

Registered User
just a plug and play part.

8P2 864 777 4PK (RHD Manual)
9P2 864 777 A 4PK (RHD Auto)

The cap for the screw hole is 8P2 864 432 4PK.
 

MarcQuinlivan

Registered User
no, but if you are replacing the dead pedal bit because the old one is all tatty then chances are the cap will be slightly the worse for wear too. if that's the case then you'll end up with a shiny new dead pedal and a dirty cap that will look out of place.
 
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