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I have a 99 Jetta now, but I'm waiting for the 2013 Outback!
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I have the metal pedals on my list of options in the 2013, but I'm not sure if it's worth it.

I want them because I think they'll provide better grip when I have snow and mud on my boots, or if it's raining and my shoes are wet, but is there really a benefit?

Do you have metal pedals?

What do you think?
 

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there isn't really any benefit, they just look nicer. ive had lots of cars with regular or steel covered pedals.
 

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hehe, yeah, metal pedals is just because it looks good.. They drill the metal to make it more lite weight in racing.
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For an OB, the pedals are overpriced, high profit bling.
Under the rubber pads, the pedals are metal.
 

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I have them and like them very much. Eye candy for sure. Some shoes/sandals will slide off the metal edges easier than others. I do wish they came with a matching dead pedal like the Forrester XT. Good for at least 3-5 hp increase.:rolleyes:;)
 
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