One of the biggest things that I hated about my stock Fiesta ST was the pedals and their positioning. I felt that I needed to wear clown shoes just to heel toe since the gas and the brake seem about 1 mile apart. It was so bad that I felt at risk when dive bombing into corners with just an 1/8" of my right foot hard on the brake so that I could blip the gas at the same time. I ended up searching around for a solution and installed some OMP adjustable race pedals: I was not sure on how to install them but after some time surfing the net and picking and choosing the best ways to do it from other installs I ended up doing this: 1. Remove Floor mats and lay down news paper in the footwell to catch the metal shavings and debris in the upcoming steps. 2. Take a razor blade and cut off the the rubber grips on the surface of each pedal to make the surface nice and flush. 3. Place masking tape on the pedals so you can mark them up. 4. Find the location of the pedal where it will be the best to screw and anchor the bolts into. You do not want to screw through the arm that holds the pedal (however I had to do this for the clutch). Take these into consideration when setting up your pedals: a. The pedal is in a good location for your feet to enhance your driving. b. The pedal is in a location where two holes can be drilled into the metal surface of the pedal and a bolt can go through the front and a nut can be attached from the rear without any obstructions. 5. Use locking pliers to hold the OMP pedal in place to your existing pedal. 6. Mark the holes with a sharpie. 7. Take a center punch to indent the metal of the stock pedal so your drill bit does not "dance." 8. push the pedal to the floor with one hand and then start drilling the proper hole size with your other hand. 9. Remove the OMP pedal and the masking tape. Check your holes with the pedal. If you need to make adjustments to the hole you can always make it oblong with a tubular file or a strong drill bit with some lateral pressure. 10. Bolt it down and move on to completion of the other pedals. Completed: The clutch was tricky and I had to drill through the plastic arm that holds the stock pedal. As a result I had to go to the hardware store to get some longer bolts with a tapered top so they would sink into the pedal. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Also if I end up doing this install on another Focus ST or Fiesta ST I will try to take a video for more detail. Results: I am very satisfied with the results and can finally drive my car north of 9/10's with confidence. The scary thought of my right foot slipping off the brake pedal and going off the road as I threshold brake no longer enters my mind while driving. The position I have them in now is great for athletic sneakers. But if I were to use my racing shoes I would have to move the gas pedal one more notch to the left (and drill a new hole). Cheers guys.