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Bullitt Style Pedal Covers - Manual (94-04 All)

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  • Bullitt Styling
  • Race Inspired
  • Dead Pedal Included
  • Fits 1994-2004 Manual Mustangs
Race Inspired Styling. Now you can ditch those ugly stock rubber pedal covers and replace them with a set of Bullitt styled pedals from AmericanMuscle for a race inspired custom interior.

OEM Quality. Made from high quality OEM materials to the original factory specifications, these Mustang Pedal Covers look and feel just like the ones that were originally only available in the 2001 Bullitt Mustangs.

Installation. This set of four (4) Bullitt Style Pedal Covers can be easily and quickly installed. The Brake and Clutch Pedal Covers features a simple slip-on installation, the Accelerator Cover is held on by a metal pin, and the included Dead Pedal easily snaps in place with two clips.

Application. This set of four Bullitt Style Pedal Covers is designed to fit all 1994 to 2004 Mustangs with a manual transmission, including the V6, GT, Mach 1 and SVT Cobra models.

Fitment: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

What's in the Box
  • (1) Clutch Pedal
  • (1) Brake Pedal
  • (1) Accelerator Pedal
  • (1) Dead Pedal
Installation Info
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 01
  • Mach 1 - 03, 04
  • V6 - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04
  • Cobra - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 01, 03, 04
  • GT - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

Fits Manual Mustangs only

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EXCELLENT PRODUCT (Installation Takes a few Tricks)

I received these as a Christmas present this year - AWESOME product. Made well, they look great and fit like a glove. The spacing between the pedals is perfect (just like stock) - not bulky and over-sized ...

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yet, another great product that American Muscle offers! Really makes the interior stand out. The installation video was very helpful. Pretty easy install, just make sure you use warm water for the clutch ...

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Overall Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars


Hi, I’m Justin with and I’m checking out these Bullitt style pedal covers for all 94-04 Mustangs. As you’re probably aware the stock pedals are certainly not designed View Full Transcript

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I purchased my Mustang used, and it has a set of these on (or similar) but they are worn out and my feet slip off the clutch/brake/gas when it rains. Are the rubber grips on these good?

Gezus Year: 2004 Model: GT

  • I haven't had any trouble with mine, I don't have any other aftermarket pedals to compare my experience to but these have done me well.

    Max Year: 1996 Model: GT

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Overall Rating 4.8

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Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

  • Fit 4.657143 4.7
  • Appearance 4.942857 4.9
  • Bang For Your Buck 4.658959 4.7

  • 5/5

    January 26, 2011

    EXCELLENT PRODUCT (Installation Takes a few Tricks)

    I received these as a Christmas present this year - AWESOME product. Made well, they look great and fit like a glove. The spacing between the pedals is perfect (just like stock) - not bulky and over-sized like other aftermarket pedals I've seen. Best of all is the pedal feel - the gas pedal is SLIGHTLY thicker than stock, so you have a little more feel on the accelerator, and the rubber "dots" are extremely grippy for your clutch pedal (as well as the other 3). Dead pedal is comfortable and overall the 4 pedals are just a great feel while you drive. The ONLY gripe I had was installation - NOT FUN AT ALL and forces you to be in an awkward position the whole time. Just a heads up for what you're in for: -First of all - SOAK THE NEW BRAKE AND CLUTCH PEDAL IN HOT WATER for 30-45 minutes directly before install - that softens up the rubber so it will stretch a little and EVEN THEN the use of a Craftsman telescoping mirror and small flat head screwdriver are advised to get those two pedals on right. -The dead pedal was never intended to be removed, so PRY AWAY until you break the two tabs holding the old one in, then carefully pop the new one in using a RUBBER mallet. -The gas pedal is the headache. DON'T ATTEMPT TO RE-USE THE PIN that's holding the stock pedal on. Cut it with a Dremel or other cutting tool - any parts of the pin that won't come out after the Dremel, knock them out with a hammer and punch. Then go to Home Depot or your local hardware store and buy a small bolt / LOCK nut of the same diameter (or close) to install the new gas pedal. Make sure it's a LOCK nut because you don't need a sloppy (or eventually disconnected) gas pedal. Hope that is helpful for some of you - overall - this is a GREAT product. Install SUCKS but that isn't the product's fault. I'd highly recommend these pedals.

    Rob Pratola (white '96 GT Vert)

    Driving Style: Daily Driver

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  • 5/5

    February 06, 2010


    yet, another great product that American Muscle offers! Really makes the interior stand out. The installation video was very helpful. Pretty easy install, just make sure you use warm water for the clutch and brake pedals to make the rubber soft. Thank you American Muscle for a great product and fast shipping!


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  • 5/5

    January 31, 2010


    The pedals really changed the look and feel of my interior. It was a bit of a pain to install them but the end result was worth the effort. I would make sure you a vice or some other way to secure the accelerator linkage before you start. The pin that holds it in is a real pain to get out. I had to hit it pretty hard with a hammer to get the pedal off and almost broke the new pedal as I was putting it in. Best of luck and enjoy!!!

    K. Bhamani

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    March 22, 2012

    New Pedals

    I would have been happy with a few stock replacement pedals from Ford for a 2001 V6 Coupe... The Brake and Clutch pedals were going bad and needed to be fixed before the rubber fell off. Let's look that up... Brake Pedal Assembly $58.45 Accelerator Pedal $99.57 Clutch Pedal Pad $106.60 !! 9G757 It might be that Ford Part Number: 9G757 replaces the dead pedal and the brake and clutch pedal... That must be the case since $100+ for just one pedal pad is stupid... But screw it and just get these nice pedals.!!! Here is how you do it... #1 Dead pedal... Just get a big pair of flush cut wire cutters and reach around behind the angle bracket and snip off the mouing tabs and pull the thing off by hand. Don't try to heavy force to pry it off. I think I bent the bracket trying that. I must have had a good one! But just get behind there and destroy the mounting tabs till it falls off on the floor. Use your new pedal as a reference for how that mounting system works. #2 and #3... As many have noted, it is very easy to just jerk the old pads off. But getting the new ones on is a major SOB!!!! The metal plates on the new pedals limits the amount you can bend and twist them greatly!! Use warm soapy water as a rubber lubricant. You force them on and around the metal pedal mounts as much as you can and then use a small screwdriver to catch and pull the lips over the edges. A mirror back there and a light might help. If worst comes to shove, just split the rubber at the corners. It's not like it is going to fall off :D You "know" when they are on. They slide around a tiny bit since there is a little clearance once on. But it IS a big pain getting them on... #4 You have to remove the accelerator pedal assembly by taking off the two mounting bolts... The cable has a little plastic retaining clip up there than needs to be grabbed and pulled forward out of the steel. Wire cutters used, not to cut at all, but to claw pull the plastic grommet forward and right out easily and then you can free the cable from the mess easily. After, it pushes right back in very easy. Pedal nail It's like a nail... But put the metal against a the jaws of a vice and take a 1/8 inch rod/nail/punch and just force it out easily. The new pedal is an exact match. You just pound the nail back in, but always use metal against metal and don't ever pound against the plastic. The metal might bend a little but Ford made this thing so nothing could go wrong... It is a $100 part so be careful not to wreck it. But is is like a nail in a board, with great care. So the pedals are all on now!!! But BE VERY CARFUL!!!! You have just played with EXTREMELY CRITICAL components in the Clutch, Brake, and Accelerator.... Before starting the engine, verify each of their operations as much as possible!! If you screwed up any of them, you could die or something!!! Worse yet, bash the Musting into the back of the garage! Put it in neutral and plant your foot hard on the brakes and start up ready to shut down fast!! If all goes well, play out all the controls very carefully to be sure it is all working!!! Drive very carefully in case of brake, clutch, or accelerator failure! But unless you are the 1/10,000,000,000 guy, it will all go fine!


    Year: 2001 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 2

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  • 5/5

    July 07, 2009

    FRPP Pedals

    My stock pedals were falling apart so I ordered these as replacements. They are so much nicer looking than stock, they also feel much more solid when pressed. Installation was pretty easy, it just took some manpower to get the clutch and brake pedals all the way on. If you soak them in hot water and use Windex it\'s a lot easier.


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  • 5/5

    December 30, 2010

    Had no trouble installing

    I've heard tons of bad things about installing these pedals. I bought mine and had them put on in no time. I used my hands, a flat head screw driver, my foot and a hammer. It improved the interior look of my car instantly. LOVE these pedals.


    Driving Style: Daily Driver

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    February 15, 2013

    A bit of a pain.. But worth it!

    Took me a good 2-3 hours to get on, all the pedals were tough to get on. After a good amount of cursing & frustration I got them on though, then stood back & admired my work & laughed. Toughest install yet. Totally worth it tho! Thanks AM!


    Year: 2000 Model: V6 Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 AL

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  • 5/5

    March 07, 2010




    Year: 2002

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  • 5/5

    February 12, 2010


    I love these pedals they are the second set i have owned had them in my 03 v6 and now again in my 99 gt.. second set was defrf easier to put on.. puting the clutch and brake pedals in the hot water deffently helps the citiation... was kinda confused though when my first set came in ford racing boxes and the new ones were in a stack racing box


    Year: 2003 Model: V6

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  • 1/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    April 19, 2012

    Face plates fall off!!

    These pedals look really great, but the pedal face plates fall off very easily. I have to keep putting them back on after every single time i drive my car. Definetly not worth the hassle.


    Year: 2003 Model: V6

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    • Response from AmericanMuscle

      This is the first time I've heard about this issue. Please give our customer service a call so we can make sure they're installed correctly! If they are and still cause you a problem, we will gladly send you a replacement set!

      Lisa , Customer Care

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