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Old 08-03-2012, 12:09 PM
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Thumbs up GECO Special Parts "Brake Pedal"

Got my GECO Bling parts installed and tested.

My OEM brake pedal was loose and stuck out too far at the frame for my liking.
Here's the GECO brake pedal.



The pedal pad is the same width as stock, but feels a lot better when applied. It is actually easier to modulate. The replaceable inserts need to be Loctited. As you can see, one of mine fell out.


The tip and be adjusted three ways.


Pedal came with a high quality bolt with O-ring seals.


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Old 08-03-2012, 12:14 PM
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Pedal hugging side case.






I'm very happy with this brake pedal option. It is very sturdy and if you do tweek it, you can bend it back.

If you are interested in any GECO products.
Please contact Erik at
offroadchampions@gmail.com
He is very easy to work with and I had my stuff in a week or so.
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Old 08-03-2012, 02:24 PM
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Here's the GECO product catalog. Scroll down the page to view.
http://www.gecospecialparts.com/web/en/products.html
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Old 08-03-2012, 03:17 PM
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Nice looking stuff, is there a network stateside ?? If not how much was freight, wait time?/
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Old 08-03-2012, 04:06 PM
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OffRoadChampions.com is importing the Geco parts.

I had to wait about a week.
I would contact them to find out about shipping costs. It can change as the Buck value fluctuates.
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Good looking stuff!
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I went and bought the gecko brake pedal as well but mine came with a different tip than the previous one shown. It has no removable teeth just the tip is replaceable. Much better bolt and bushing than stock though. I'll have to mount her up and see what it's like!
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hey gasgasman and nambo-trev, what year of gasser do you have? I have an 07 ec250 and i cannot find a replacement brake pedal. The previous owner put some flimsy after market pedal on and its hard to locate and feel when riding. it looks like there are a few after market ones that might fit, but im wary about buying the pedal to only find out it doesnt fit...
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A better option would be a Yamaha YZ brake pedal.
You just have to shorten the GG pivot bushing.
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A better option would be a Yamaha YZ brake pedal.
You just have to shorten the GG pivot bushing.
Curious, what Yamaha brake pedal fits what GG? The one on my '11 is a little tweaked and would love to get an awesome replacement.
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