PART NUMBER: 61-2972
Clutch pedal extension for the 1990-2005 Miata.
A Goodwin Racing exclusive! Designed specifically for the NA and NB generation MX5 pedal. NOT a universal or generic part that *kind of* fits.
The clutch pedal extension spacer gives you better reach to the clutch pedal. If you feel like you have the perfect seat position for your height, arms and legs... but when you press that clutch pedal all the way to the floor your leg has to stretch a bit, and you don't want to adjust the seat forwards to fix that because then you're too close to the wheel, then this is your solution.
This extension spacer adds 1.5" to the height of the clutch pedal so that your leg doesn't have to strain to get that pedal all the way down at stop lights, in traffic, etc.
Great for anyone with shorter legs, but also works to improve comfort for those of "average" height too. Tall guys with long legs - this isn't for you, because you don't have the problem that this item solves.Mazdaspeed Miata NOTE: The 2004-2005 Mazdaspeed Miata comes with special rubber/aluminum pedal covers. Because the metal is bonded to the rubber, the covers are less flexible than a standard Miata all-rubber cover, and so it is much more difficult to get those pedal covers on. Some tricks in addition to the ones listed in the install notes below are to use a hair dryer to warm up and soften the rubber a bit (helps with removal of the covers from the pedal at first too), and use soap and water to help lubricate the rubber to get it on the new extension.
Install notes: You will need a 4mm allen wrench, which is NOT included, the T style shown below is the most easy for opening the extension but a small 90 degree style is easier to complete the install within the tight pedal area. Remove the rubber grip from your factory clutch pedal. Then slide each half of the extension over the clutch pedal so that the metal pedal pad slides into the grooves inside the extension. Once both halves are on the pedal and merged together, install both bolts to hold the extension together (drop of thread locker won't hurt if you got it). Finally, install the rubber pedal pad onto the new extension. Note that the rubber is HARD to stretch over the extension. That's normal, and necessary for it to have a snug fit so that it doesn't move. A small metal pick with a bend in it can help you get the flap of the rubber underneath the lip of the extension. If your current rubber pedal pad is worn out or torn, it may not stay securely on the pedal extension. If it's easy to get the pad on/off, then it is likely worn thin and/or torn. You can get a fresh rubber pad from your Mazda dealer.