Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: French Harbour, Roatán; Honduras.
Drives: 1985 Subaru Loyale (wagon), 2000 Kia Sephia (sedan), and 1969 Mercury Comet (coupé)
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The added length to the brake pedal, not only makes more comfortable and safe to reach it; but also got some additional leverage on the brake pedal, which translates to more force being input to the brake master cylinder with the same foot/leg force exerted on the brake pedal; in fact, as the pedal got the extra length, also it came out to the front a little, which allows me to move my seat one notch farther, reaching the Brake pedal safely; which makes the overall feeling of driving the car, way better.
I hope that the information and ideas I share here, could be helpful for more people.
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