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Equivalent Part Numbers

Equivalent Part Numbers

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Gazzab

16,586 posts

179 months

Monday 11th October 2010
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dont know - I dont think they are the same. Call Racing Green, they have both types?

high52kojak

505 posts

94 months

Wednesday 13th October 2010
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Poledriver said:
I'm just looking at replacing the coils packs on my 4.5.
Has anyone looked at performance/racing ones? They should be more rugged and give a higher output than the standard item!
Failing that, has anyone got the correct Bosch part number?
I'd rather pay a little more for a more reliable item!
The correct Bosch part number for V8 coil packs is:

0221 503 025

Omerta

1,996 posts

148 months

Tuesday 2nd November 2010
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Here's a guy that fixes black boxes:
http://pselectronicsolutions.co.uk/index.html

from this thread about problems with the door/window box:
http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&a...


Mad Mark

2,326 posts

129 months

Saturday 11th December 2010
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Juddder said:
Please find (and for everyone else) a complete updated list of all Alternative Parts with a nice new design (handy owning a design company) and shortcuts to all the links.

http://www.alexjudd.com/cerbera/parts/

Hope this helps!

Alex
I have just seen this.
Well done Alex nice work! :-)

Gazzab

16,586 posts

179 months

Thursday 30th December 2010
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/TVR-Cerbera-AJP-Tilton-Start...

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/The-Parts-Department

This chap sells a tilton refurb kit for £50.

He has a refurbed S6 starter for £75.

luttenberger

3 posts

85 months

Monday 31st January 2011
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Short remark to the point "power steering rack" and the company www.power-steering.co.uk.:
I sended them my rack two times for overhauling and they didn`t succeeded. Then I tried to reach anybody there to get any comment about this bad work, but, not surprisingly, there was none. This is definitely not a serious company. The price for overhauling is cheap, but the cost for demounting and assembly of thr rack are high, if you have to do it several times by reason of an inaccurate overhauling.

klaus

Gazzab

16,586 posts

179 months

Monday 31st January 2011
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Klaus
There are better options - take a search around the forum.

brakedust

994 posts

106 months

Thursday 3rd February 2011
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Anyone know what the handbrake cable is off?

DuncanM

3,084 posts

176 months

Friday 18th February 2011
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Mad Mark said:
Juddder said:
Please find (and for everyone else) a complete updated list of all Alternative Parts with a nice new design (handy owning a design company) and shortcuts to all the links.

http://www.alexjudd.com/cerbera/parts/

Hope this helps!

Alex
I have just seen this.
Well done Alex nice work! :-)
Could a moderator put this link into the original first post (that doesn't work).

Excellent stuff smile.

Fuel Filter is from any 928 V8.

Mahle Eurocarparts number : 503330035

Fuel pump can be found here: http://www.fuelpumpsonline.co.uk/bosch-fuel-pump-0...


Regards

Duncan




Melly_1

10 posts

92 months

Thursday 17th March 2011
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The AJPV8 Air/Con belt tensioner is a Vauxhall 2.0 16v cambelt pulley
Less than £30 from any factor.
Part numbers
VKM25211
U443
03.135
F-209940.3
F-220276
532003510
IR-9876
QTT168
55304

optimax sniffer

1,802 posts

112 months

Friday 8th April 2011
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Update on the Coil Packs.

GSF have updated their computer system and t'internet site doesn't like the old part number (N92512). Website number is 925PC0090. Description is Citroen ZX 1.4/1.6/1.8/2.0 MULTIPOINT INJ. If you go to a branch counter both numbers will work. £30 inc Vat @ 20%

Expansion Tank Cap.
Also from GSF. 174VG0130. £3 inc Vat

pmessling

1,726 posts

100 months

Saturday 30th April 2011
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ridds

7,315 posts

141 months

Sunday 1st May 2011
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pmessling said:
Interesting, good price and I've had good experience of Wops starters (providing they've had sufficient development).

Ireland

3,428 posts

111 months

Thursday 5th May 2011
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Rubber mounts for the exhaust back box are packed as Bosal 255-593 from motor factors

pmessling

1,726 posts

100 months

Friday 6th May 2011
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another starter, says more powerful and lighter

http://www.rallydesign.co.uk/product_info.php?manu...

ancol

399 posts

121 months

Saturday 25th June 2011
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clutch master cylinder did some research turns out its genric to quite a few vehicles however landrover series three etc etc fits, you just need an adaptor to step up to 7/16 unf for copper pipe and also change the push rod off old cylinder,i have just done this and its fine,also found a landrover spares place few miles from home viz wolverhampton and they had them in stock o/e cylinder £30.00 or a cheaper one but not a brit parts one which apparently are not much good, parts guys words not mine,that was £12.00 and came with same amount of guarantee as o/e part so i am giving the cheaper one a go,adaptor was £5.00 but still a saving of around £50.00

pmessling

1,726 posts

100 months

Thursday 30th June 2011
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Another Exhaust mount, although powerflex universal type, same size as the original but should last forever. EXH 005

http://www.powerflex.co.uk/product-details/Univers...

seanie248

2 posts

114 months

Wednesday 3rd August 2011
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Not sure if it has been put up here or not yet, I couldnt see it:

Spark Plugs for Speed Six Engine : NGK DCPR8E

Also, with the Speed Six Starter motor, the BMW one , while being physically similar, it is NOT a good replacement. It is only a 1.2Kw coil and the SP6 engine ideally needs a 2.5Kw Coil. It will burn out.

Regards
Seanie

C3BER

4,666 posts

120 months

Friday 26th August 2011
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Air vents

http://www.spalautomotive.co.uk

Well sourced MAGS

pmessling

1,726 posts

100 months

Saturday 27th August 2011
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on my search for lambda sensors and checking all the equivalent part lists, with the sensors being marked as oxygen senor, or lambda sensor i have come up with

Land Rover part number : ERR 6729

http://www.lrdirect.com/ERR6729-Lambda-Sensor-Rrds...

compared to the one i ordered

http://www.gendan.co.uk/product_LB1105.html

which is LB1105

think you'll find the ERR 6729 to be about £20 cheaper too. is this correct?