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How about the Audi TT pedals for the 99 B5? And if it is an Auto (Tip) then the new TT has a tip version this year. Not sure if these fit but worth a look. Maybe someone else knows.
 

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I have the Anni pedals on my Bora, which i have removed in order to sell the car.

I'm hoping to buy a B5.5 once it is sold, and having looked at a few, the R32/TT/Anni pedal covers will not fit the B5.5 Passat. I am not sure about the B5, as I have not looked at the pedals to see their size.

Are the B5 & B5.5 pedals the same size ? If so, has anyone got a picture of the Phaeton pedal covers ? I'd be grateful to see them.
 

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Anyone have a pic of the Phaeton pedals (you say they fit the B5)?
 

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the R32 has an auto version? i would like to see the jackass who would buy a auto R32|!
Rae

The auto version fo the R32 if called the DSG. This is the one with the paddles and the tranny is actually a manual without a clutch pedal or you could put it in drive and the TCU would do the gear selection.

This is also a option on the Audi TT 3.2

You do know that these cars are built on the same basic floor pan layout Right :???:
 

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phantom GLI said:
the R32 has an auto version? i would like to see the jackass who would buy a auto R32|!
Rae

The auto version of the R32 is called the DSG. This is the one with the paddles on the steering wheel and the tranny is actually a manual without a clutch pedal or you could put it in drive and the TCU would do the gear selection for you. You should do a search and check out some technical information on that drive train.

This is also a option on the Audi TT 3.2

You do know that these cars are built on the same basic floor pan layout Right :???:
 

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phantom GLI said:
the R32 has an auto version? i would like to see the jackass who would buy a auto R32|!
Rae

The auto version fo the R32 if called the DSG. This is the one with the paddles and the tranny is actually a manual without a clutch pedal or you could put it in drive and the TCU would do the gear selection.

This is also a option on the Audi TT 3.2

You do know that these cars are built on the same basic floor pan layout Right :???:
Didnt know that! but still think that an R32 with a stick would be more fun than with the paddles! Thx for the info though, a man is always learning!
 

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I am interested Steve...Are the auto pedals an easy fit for my B5? And does it include the dead pedal?
 

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Dead pedal is included, and the install is basically the same as those with a clutch, brake pedal is a direct swap, gas and dead pedals use the same installation tricks as the clutch set-up. You won;t find a nicer, better fitting factory solution.
 
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