Well, this is my first post. I purchased a used 2018 G310R earlier this week. Right away I was unhappy with the factory break pedal. It is difficult to reach so close to the engine and a bit too low. So, as is my usual proclivity to improve things I came up with an improvement hack. I used a piece of 1 inch square aluminum tube about 3.5 inches long cut at 45 degrees. A piece of 1/8 inch thick aluminum flat stock shaped to match the shape of the bottom of the brake pedal. 2 1/4-20 stainless screws and matching self locking nuts an washers. I drilled through the square stock and the plate aluminum with a 1/4 inch bit. Then enlarged the top holes in the square stock to 1/2 inch ( so that the bolt heads could be passed through to the bottom). Then I sandwiched the square stock and the flat plate between the serrated end of the foot pedal. It all seems to work a whole lot better than the stock pedal alone. I still want to use a demel cut off wheel too trim the bolts closer to the lockouts and it will be done.