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Old 04-03-2014, 02:51 PM   #1
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Hello,

I ordered a set of S/RS style Audi A6 Dead Pedal, Fuel Pedal and Brake Pedal. They are replicas, but by far the best replica i have ever seen. I saved over 50% on the price.
I bought them from a great seller on ebay for 100$ shipped, instead of paying 200-250$ +shipping for Original ones

You can compare them head to head with the original oem made in germany, and you wouldn't find a single difference except that it's not made in germany. They look 100% original, the quality is superb, 100% exactly like the Made in Germany


Installation is super easy, it took me 15 min.

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http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Original-DSG-...vxp=mtr&_uhb=1

Here are a couple of pictures:

I stepped on the pedals before i took pictures, sorry if they are a bit dirty.
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Old 04-04-2014, 06:02 AM   #2
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Where did you get all the other pieces shown in your picture? Did they come with the 3-pedal set?
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Those are nice. Did you also install the seat buttons?
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I saw those right after I bought the audi ones on eBay for $222.00 with shipping from Germany. Mine showed up today actually and comparing them to your pictures, they look really close if not identical.
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They really are 99% identical, i was soooo suprised and amazed by the quality. The 1% difference, is that the part number is not written on the back, aside from that, its 100% the same quality and looks.


I got the Chrom seat switches for 30$ shipped from the same seller. He is a really nice guy, who is trying to jump his business. You can refer my name to him Khalil, for additional discounts.
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Don't see the a6 c7 seat switches. Do the other ones fit the c7?

Forget it. Found em

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Old 04-06-2014, 06:59 PM   #7
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Are these real aluminum or chromed plastic? Do they come with installation instructions?
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The pedals are real aluminium of course, the switches for the seats are plastic
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Does it come with installation instruction or self explanatory? Do you have to remove the standard rubber pedals first?
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When you removed your old pedals were you able to remove them without damaging them? I read that when removing the dead pedal the plastic studs might break. I'd like to do this if I can keep my original ones undamaged.
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