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Flyin' Miata pedal kit for ND and Fiat

Flyin' Miata pedal kit for ND and Fiat

Regular price $89.99 USD
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Warranty: 1 year

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High performance driving means high performance footwork. This pedal set extends your gas pedal for easier heel-toe and has more traction than the stock rubber covers. Yes, it's been properly tested - these pedals offer 50% more grip than stock when dry and 30% more when wet. They fasten securely to your stock pedals with locking hardware for worry-free driving.

Includes new accelerator/brake/clutch pedal covers and a dead pedal cover with the Flyin' Miata name. Okay, so maybe you don't need a high-traction dead pedal. But you never know.

Please note that these won't work with automatic cars.

You can see our NA & NB pedal kits in the video below


Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Eric G.
Highly recommended if you can handle the installation

I feel that the brake and gas in the ND are too far apart for blipping the throttle while still having a secure grip on the brake, and this kit solves that problem completely. The quality of the pedals is very high and I'm sure they will last a long time. They're also super light. I'd bet the clutch and brake pedals are lighter than the stock rubber pads you'll remove. As for installation, it's a bit of a pain in the butt. It's no fault of Flyin' Miata or the design of the kit, so I still give it 5 stars. It's just down to the work space you have. As you'd expect, the driver's footwell of the Miata is cramped. I found it easiest to sit on the floor next to the car and reach in rather than working upside down with my feet sticking out the open top. The gas pedal and dead pedal are the easiest to install and go pretty quickly. The clutch is a bit of a challenge but you can push it down easily and it's made of plastic, so drilling through it is fairly easy. It's the brake pedal that has the highest level of difficulty. It's made of steel so it's harder to drill through, and you can only push the brake pedal down so far. This means a conventional drill probably won't fit. I used a Dremel tool with a flex shaft. If you have a drill with a right-angle drive that would be best. Also I'd recommend a spring-loaded center punch. It took me about an hour for this installation. Now if you'll excuse me, I have some driving to do!

Nice set but installation is less than user-friendly

Installation would have been even more problematic without my right-angle drill, especially for top bolts of brake pedal. Had to grind down one nut to fit top-right clutch bolt. Gas pedal has a factory hole already in the bottom right which interferes with a good hole for the new bolt. Good luck finding a 9mm wrench in your toolset. Beyond those annoyances, looks great in the end. Not a hard installation, just an annoying one.

Note from FM: Jeff isn't wrong, this installation is a tick more finicky than others. On the clutch cover, since the stock clutch pedal is plastic and has a much larger arm, you need to be careful when you locate the clutch pedal cover to ensure proper clearance for its hardware. For the gas pedal, while we're unaware of any holes, perhaps one of the contoured recesses grabbed the drill bit?

Worth the time and effort.

They weren't any fun to install. Thats a pretty tight space to get into, but it wasn't too bad. Looks great. Love the wider gas pedal.

Not hard if you're mechanically inclined.

I agree with Captain Flounder, the only PITA install is the brake pedal, because it seems the lever is a specially hardened steel. Punching it enough to get the drill bit not to walk is hard. I broke two bits, but since I've drilled lots of safety wire holes with small bits, this is normal to me. NOTE: have plenty of light shining into the foot well. OTHERWISE, pretty easy install.

Death P.
Let a mechanic install these

You’ve got to drill not 12ish holes, but 24 considering the “starter holes” you have to try and make through the metal factory parts. And their BS “use a hammer and a punch” to make the indentations necessary after using masking tape under the new pedals (as templates), will only cause damage and more frustration. What kind of room does FM think you have in the footwell of an ND driver side Miata? You need spring punches. A lift, and really steady hands. This is not worth it folks. I’ve f’d up my hand and my car trying to install this nonsense.

Note from FM: We're sorry you had trouble with the installation. We based our descriptions and instructions on actually performing the install in an ND Miata, so we know it's tight but possible.