Wilwood 340-13835 Reverse Swing Mount Brake & Clutch Pedal, 5.1:1
Oval Track Cars, Firewall Position, Reverse Master Cylinder Mount Type, 10.02" Mounted Length
- Features a lightweight aluminum frame with high strength reinforced I-Beam styled forged
- Balance bar can be locked in place with the included jam nut
- A pin and clevis pushrod attachment system provides the highest possible degree of misalignment angle for bind free operation
- Pedals feature a 5.1:1 ratio and are 10" in length
- Designed to work with any Wilwood vertical mount flange single outlet master cylinders
This swinging mount pedal assembly from Wilwood combines the brake and clutch pedals into one unit with the master cylinders in a reverse mounting position inside the firewall. The assembly features a lightweight aluminum frame with high strength reinforced I-Beam styled forged 5.1:1 ratio pedal arms. You can adjust the non-skid waffled pedal pads laterally to your preference or for any needed clearance. The balance bar incorporates a positive detent stop every full turn to maintain adjustment position and driver awareness. In addition, the balance bar can be locked in place with the included jam nut or it can be used with an optional remote cable for quick on-track adjustments. A pin and clevis pushrod attachment system provides the highest possible degree of misalignment angle for bind free operation through the entire range of travel. This pedal will accept any Wilwood vertical mount flange single outlet master cylinders (sold separately).
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