August has gone by fast and not a lot of time was invested in the Roadster . I did cut the accelerator cable per the instruction manual. Having a good dremel would have helped. I struggled with a hack saw and it took a while because you don’t want to cut the braided cable.I did install the Ross Thompson gas pedal as well as putting the brake and clutch pedals back in place. I think there is enough room for my wide feet.
I bought the gas pedal from Mark at Breeze Automotive.
I decide to use the battery box in the trunk solution so access to the battery will be through the trunk. I had to hack saw through the 3/4 inch frame to fit the new box. A sawzall would have saved me a couple of hours of hack sawing and scraped knuckles.
I got my battery box from ffmetal.com and found it easy to install once my knuckles recovered from the hack sawing.
Now with the brake, clutch and gas pedals installed I was ready to rivet the drivers footbox sides into place. The top two pieces were not riveted so I can get to the box to run the wiring. Gosh, wouldn’t it be nice to make this like so many other devices today… wireless!! Now that would be a Roadster of the future.
Hours spent on the build: 59 hours