Milan Pedals Custom Machined in USA from Billet Aluminum

Welcome to Ultimate Pedals, your one-stop destination for high-quality aluminum pedals for Milan vehicles. We specialize in crafting custom-made pedals that are designed to elevate your driving experience and add a touch of luxury to your car.

CNC Machined from Billet Aluminum

Our pedals are CNC machined from billet aluminum, ensuring precision and durability that will last a lifetime. Billet aluminum is renowned for its strength and lightweight properties, making it the ideal material for high-performance pedals.

Anti-Slip Finish for Safety

Your safety is our utmost priority. That's why all our pedals are finished with an anti-slip coating, providing enhanced grip and preventing your feet from slipping off the pedals, even in wet conditions.

Super Car Upgrade

If you're looking to elevate your driving experience to supercar-like levels, our pedals are the perfect upgrade for you. Designed with precision and style in mind, our pedals add a touch of luxury to your car, making every drive feel like a thrilling adventure.

Racing Pedals

Our racing pedals are designed for those who have a need for speed. With a focus on heel-toe downshifting, our racing pedals allow for seamless gear changes, giving you the ultimate control over your vehicle.

Lower Left Extension
Upper Left Extension
Left Side Extension

Pedal Extender

For those who struggle with reaching the gas and brake pedals, our pedal extenders are a game-changer. These extenders provide the extra reach you need, ensuring a comfortable and safe driving experience.

Wider Brake Pedal

At Ultimate Pedals, we understand that accessibility is important. That's why we have designed our pedals with a wider brake pedal, making it easier for left-foot braking.

Left Side Extension

Made in USA

At Ultimate Pedals, we take pride in our products being proudly made in the USA. We believe in supporting local craftsmanship and ensuring the highest quality standards.


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