Connect and Cruise Throttle Pedal bracket for LS swap

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  1. ks71z28

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    ****Just Released****70-81 Camaro GM Connect and Cruise DBW pedal bracket. This bracket will allow you to bolt the pedal from the GM engine controller kits to mount directly to your stock pedal location using the stock mounts. Call and order or go to our ebay store. https://www.ebay.com/itm/223547580301
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    It’s good to see these products making swaps that much more “bolt in” A+!
     
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    Sweeeeet. I’m pretty sure my LT4 kit uses the same pedal. I’ll check when I get home tomorrow.

    Does it come bare metal or black finish?
     
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    How about the corvette pedal. anything for that sir?
     
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    let me know, I have no idea what interchange they used. I believe GM connect and cruise is using a CTS-V or a G8 pedal, can't confirm it, I would like to get the actuall part #'s or applications.
     
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    I don't think its the same. We produced this one because we did a few connect and cruise swaps in the shop.
     
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    I'm looking for a bracket for a LY6 Truck Pedal.
     
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    Do you have a picture of the pedal? I might be able to tell if it will work. The other option is you are not too far and I have this bracket. You could see how it fits before purchasing.
     
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    Well, It doesn't look like it would be a direct bolt on at all. I'm not sure just by the pictures if you could modify it to work. Looks like the LY6 pedal has a large offset to the right. I think you would need to find a way to mount it to the opposite side of the bracket pictured above to get the pedal in the right place. It's hard to tell in your photos where the mounting is on that pedal. Looks like I see a mounting hole that would go to the firewall on the first picture. If there is a second hole to the right of it you may be able to use some standoffs between that stock pedal mounting and the firewall to space it off the firewall a little bit. You are certainly welcome to come by and see the bracket, spitball some mounting ideas and such. My car is apart on the interior, no carpet, dash and such. Makes it easy to see the firewall and pedal mounting if you think that might help you visualize how to make a custom mount.
     

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