I've spent a rather chilly afternoon in the garage, attempting to optimise my pedal positions for heel and toe.
It's been a rather frustrating process & I can't seem to get the brake pedal quite where I want it in relation to the throttle. I'm ALMOST there, but not quite!
On the forward-most pedal mounting position, the pedals need to be adjusted up towards the driver & I run out of thread at the end of the master cylinder pushrod. If I try the rear-most mounting position, I run out of adjustment in the opposite direction. Whilst adjusting the pedals down & away from the driver, the end of the pushrod makes contact with the top of the pedal, before the pedal has reached the required position.
It seems to me I have two options. I could extend the pushrod on the foreword mounting position, with an extension piece or a longer clevis, or I could use the rear mounting position & chop a bit off the pushrod. I feel inclined to take the first approach, as it's more easily reversible if I have second thoughts & I'd rather have the pedals & seat further towards the front of the car, to give me a bit more luggage space & leg room if friends with longer legs than I have want to drive the car.
A lot of the clevis devices & extension bars are threaded, but after much Googling, I haven't managed to determine the thread size on the master cylinder pushrod.
Any advice would be much appreciated!