Helps with foot placement for heel-toe shifting technique
3 unique bolt patterns allow adjustment to your preferred position
Full aluminum construction
Class 10.9 or higher hardware
2018+ Right-Hand-Drive Honda Civic Typer R (FK8)
2015-2017 Right-Hand-Drive Honda Civic Typer R (FK2)
2014+ Right-Hand-Drive Honda Fit/Jazz (GK5)
The ACUITY Throttle Pedal Spacer allows the driver to select one of 3 possible non-stock pedal locations. Each location provides a slightly different driving feel. We recommend trying them all to find what suits you best. Below is a brief description of each position.
Position A moves the throttle pedal closest to the driver
Position B is slightly further from the driver than Position A and slightly closer to the brake pedal, laterally
Position C is furthest from the driver (still much closer than stock) and also moves the accelerator pedal closer to the brake pedal, laterally, like Position B
(See Fitment tab for compatibility list)
Simplify Heel-Toe Shifting In Your Honda:
Most drivers that have raced a Honda will agree that the default pedal positions make using the heel-toe technique rather difficult, if not impossible. The solution? Move the throttle pedal toward the driver, better aligning the brake and accelerator pedals. The ACUITY Accelerator Pedal Relocation Bracket helps resolve this problem by providing three unique new positions for your accelerator pedal so that you can fine tune the throttle pedal position to your liking.
Is my car Right-Hand Drive or Left-Hand Drive?:
While many gear heads are immediately aware of the unique distinction between Right-Hand Drive and Left-Hand Drive cars, to the uninitiated, this may be a bit confusing. For those that require clarification, please note that "Right-Hand" and "Left-Hand" refers to the side of the vehicle (when seated in the vehicle) that the steering wheel is on. So a vehicle from the USA, Canada, etc. with the steering wheel on the left is "Left-Hand Drive" while a vehicle from Japan, UK, Australia, etc. with the steering wheel on the right is considered "Right-Hand Drive."