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Here are the required part numbers to order this set for the 6MT. These are different to the 5AT modulo access type. You should be able to have these ordered through any "competent" Honda dealership in your local state/country as a special order.

Accelerator - Honda P/N - 17800-SEA-R01 | Quantity Required - 1
Brake & Clutch - Honda P/N - 46545-SEA-R01 | Quantity Required - 2
Foot Rest - Honda P/N - 46992-S6M-R00 | Quantity Required - 1
 

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so these will fit over or in place of the stock ones just fine?
 

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Tony - They're replacement over the OEM "rubber" pedals. Requires a bit of mechanical skill to fit them. But nothing too extreme, any competent mechanic should no have a problem fitting them.

Chocodai - Japan Parts carry the Honda Modulo Access 5AT metal pedals. Or contact AJ Racing in your local country for pricing and stock availability instead. Sazabi has a set recently installed.
 

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any more specific info on installing them? Since this is a sticky it'd probably be nice to have as much info as possible.
 

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are these pedals legal? and what makes a pedal legal vs illegal? :confused:

something bout rubber pieces on it?
for the RCMP pigs, if it is aftermarket, it is illegal.
pedal w/o rubber is illegal here.
but I will always argue that mine is coming from honda accessories if I get caught.
 

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any more specific info on installing them? Since this is a sticky it'd probably be nice to have as much info as possible.
brake and clutch, it is easy to install.
the one on gas pedal, need to use a tool. I don't know whatz that call in english... it comes with some "needle" that u have to use that tool to bolt it in.
 

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This is the only thing I actually want to buy for mt TSX. Too bad what money I do have right now is saved for something else. :(
 

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Indeed, fitment isn't a problem except the footrest for LHD CL9s. I'd post more details when I get mine at the start of next month from Japan (Currently on backorder).

As for legality of these pedals, check with your local state/country regulations. In Australia, as long as they have rubber points (IE - Those rubber dots) in preventation of slipping, it's fine. I can't see them being a problem in US or Canada either. They're no different when compared to the S2000 metal pedals that come standard from factory worldwide.
 

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very easy if u have that tool for the "nails" on the gas pedal.

the foot rest, it depends on how u want it done.
for me, i took it out, drill holes on foot rest, then use plastic bolt + nuts to secure it. then put the foot rest back on.
 

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Sazabi, I drive bare foot even then only a few toes ever touch the pedals ... I find that the metal pedals provide more grip at where I step on under any situation compared with the rubber pedals.

Of course, not everyone drives the same. ;)
 
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