Brake pedal mount is same - all you need is the pedal itself. It's connected via the bolt and a spring.A couple questions slavie. 1 does the brake pedal just take pulling the pivot pin to swap in manual brake pedal? 2. Does the manual trans take a different mount than the auto trans?
Besides swapping the brake pedal, clutch pedal, master and slave cylinder, hard line and flex line for them, shifter, shifter cables, trans, flywheel and clutch oh and Mt ecu. Is there anything I'm missing?
Also more details about the double switch on the clutch- you mention some wires were already in the car? I want my cruise to work. Does the clutch just switch to ground? I looked at a gen 3 switch and there were 2 wire and one switch. Is this the same setup as the gen 4s?
If you want everything to be per spec, you're missing the U-shaped support bracket for the center console armrest (it mounts behind the shifter), and make sure to get the mounting plates for the shifter cable to firewall. Also, don't forget that you need reverse switch connector to splice into your wiring. For Gen3, make sure the axles are same - I think they should be for 4cyl, but different for V6.
On the clutch pedal: lower switch is for the starter (has to be closed or no power to starter), and the upper one is purely for cruise control and to act as a pedal adjuster.
Hope this answers your question.
EDIT: Don't forget, you need the M/T tranny to engine bolts - the 4 main ones are longer than the A/T ones. Obviously the tranny mount is different, too, although the engine mounts are same (A/T ones are beefier, but same dimensions).