Wilwood 340-12411 Floor Mount Brake/Clutch/Throttle Pedal Assembly
Universal Fit, Floor Mount Position, Forward Master Cylinder Mount Type, Aluminum, EDP Coated
- New floor mount pedal assembly has a brake / clutch / throttle triple pedal design
- Features three individual fabricated steel pedals with non-slip pedal pads to control brake, clutch and throttle
- Made from an aluminum frame with strong lightweight fabricated steel pedal arms
- Frame and the pedal arms have a black e-coat finish for protection and an attractive appearance
- Engineered to have a 5.25 to 1 nominal ratio
Wilwood's new floor mount pedal assembly has a brake / clutch / throttle triple pedal design. There are three individual fabricated steel pedals with non-slip pedal pads to control brake, clutch and throttle. Pedal assembly part number 340-12411 is for front engine cars and includes a throttle bell crank and linkage assembly. This unit features an aluminum frame with strong lightweight fabricated steel pedal arms. The frame and the pedal arms have a black e-coat finish for protection and an attractive appearance. Also included with the pedal assembly are mounting studs, clevises, and balance bar assembly that is designed to provide smooth and accurate settings of the brake pedal bias. The balance bar can be set and locked down with the jam nut, or attached to a remote cable for quick on-track adjustments. The pedal assembly provides a 5.25 to 1 nominal ratio.
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