I like the Bullitt accessories! Really dresses up the car, I think it was the first thing I did to the 94... Clutch & brake covers can be a bitch to get on...use a little soapy solution & heat them up with a hair dryer first... then get mad! They go on easy then...
the best way is to put them in hot/boiling water first, then a bucket with a good mix of dish soap and water, place them in place (bottom of it on) then mash it on with your foot and twist your foot around, took me 15 minutes to do it, some people say it took 1hr+.
i just got my books in today too, havent had too much time to look at them yet, but i really like the building power on the dyno one...the only thing that i dont like about it is the motors they use for most of the comparison are fully built engines with ported heads and cams..so its hard to see what gains i would get in my car if i added a t/b and plenum, since the engine they use has almost 400HP at the flywheel. but overall it has some very good info in it.
Honestly the hot water, soap works awesome no need for tools.
You place the bottom part and sides of the pedals on, try to streach the top if you can but ist the hardest part, so climb into your seat press in the clutch (or brake what ever) and mash you foot up and back and forth kinda, they go right on.
Sure wish I had seen that tool! My fingers are still sore a couple years later! I used my finger to do what that tool does 'til it got too painful, then I got mad & forced it on with my hand. Never thought of using my footeither! Duuh! Sounds like a good idea too.