C6 and C6 Z06 Heel-to-Toe Aluminum Gas Pedal

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Add that custom look to your C6, Z06, and ZR1 Corvette!
Don't waste your money on cheap "universal" pedal covers.  Our pedals are specifically made for your Corvette. CNC machined from solid aircraft quality 6061-T6 aluminum.

Unlike some competitors, our Gas Pedal is a complete replacement for your original pedal.  Not just a generic aluminum overlay.  Raised edges are designed to match the look of the stock OEM brake pedal and provide a much
better grip.

In keeping with our high quality standards, all supplied screws are stainless steel.

Comes with all necessary hardware to install in place of stock OEM Gas Pedal.  
Installation takes about 15 minutes. (Hardware not shown)

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Heel-Toe Downshifting:

  • Designed specifically for the Corvette community, we are proud to introduce a
    "real" Heel-to-Toe Accelerator Pedal.
  • Modeled after our very popular aluminum gas pedal, this latest design has a
    much wider base designed specifically for better heel-toe shifting.
  • In addition to the added width, we have also extended the pedal so that it is
    more in line with the brake pedal.
  • Designed to take the tough abuse from the track
  • Click here to learn more about Heel-to-Toe Downshifting


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Product Reviews

  • 5
    Significant improvement

    Posted by connellywvu@aol.com on 25th Apr 2013

    I thought the heel/toe shifting was damn near impossible in my Vette unless I was apply track-level braking and trying to heel/toe. But now with the new pedal, I can easily heel/toe shift with even the slightest braking pressure. The pedal is a little 'loose' by necessity of design, but the included spring helps and honestly, you and your right foot won't be able to notice. And lastly, all three pedals look like they're all related now vs. the former arrangement with the adopted black plastic accelerator pedal in the metal pedal family. I'm a big DIY guy, and I managed to use a 4" C-clamp to assist in removing the old pedal while still attached to the accelerator arm in the footwell (albeit the process does require a small fella and/or a very flexible one - either one must possess some serious patience). This is the type of pedal that should've come with the car.