A common complaint with these car is that the brake and accelerator pedals are spaced too far apart, making it a little more challenging to get consistent rev matches for heel and toe.
However there are a couple options to tackle this problem, and the two solutions can be combined for better results.
The first options is the SRP pedal covers
These bolt on to the factory pedals and give the gas pedal an extra ¾” that extends on the side to make it much easier to blip the throttle.
They come in a full pedal set with a grid texture that adds a bit of extra grip and also gives the pedals a completely different look, which in my opinion looks much better than stock. But if you just want the extended gas pedal they sell them separately in a finish that matches the stock pedals.
The second option is the Velox throttle pedal spacer kit
If you don’t like the idea of drilling into your stock pedals and would rather install something quick and easy, then the Velox Spacer Kit may be a better option for you. It’s goes in between the throttle pedal assembly and the firewall and moves the pedal 15-20mm (adjustable) to the left closer to the brake, and 25mm forward, closer to the driver.
Since there are only four bolts and one electrical connection you need to worry about for this install, it shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes.
Both options are going to help make your driving more consistent, but when they’re combined you’re left with a pedal setup that’s close enough to land every throttle blip, yet spaced far enough apart that you can still comfortably operate the pedals wearing boots.