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Mason Engineering Clutch Pedal Install

Discussion in 'E36 M3 (1995-1999)' started by Arthur B Fisch, Aug 31, 2011.

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    Arthur B Fisch

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    Finally had the opportunity to put in a Mason Engineering Clutch Pedal on a 95 M3. The pedal is constructed of metal and boosts a shorter travel along with even placement of the brake and clutch pedal at rest. It costs in the low $300's and was purchased from Bimmerworld. The install was technically difficult as you have to work on your back unside down under the driver's side fascia to the steering column. We also have the unfortunate circumstance of the master clutch cylinder seals leaking and so had to replace that as well.

    Pros: Excellent construct(robust workmanship/metal vs plastic, shorter travel from clutch stop to release, a little more tactile feeling.

    Cons: Difficult install unless you take out the seat or are young, small and can work on your back for prolonged periods of time. Pricey for what it is..

    Bottom Line: 3.5/5 stars....Good product, more adapted to the racer than the tuner....Not as much bang for your buck, versus a SSK/Big Boy tranny mounts from RE or UUC. Not sure if I would do that again. I got alot more enjoyment out of the SSK by UUC as well as the tranny mounts(HD rubber).


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