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Hi,

 

I would also be interested in a post 98 clutch slave cylinder cross reference as I have searched online for some time now without success. I have also asked Lotus specialists who have been unable to help. The only thing I can add to this is that when I removed mine and cleaned it up I found 'Renault' embossed onto the casting but was unable to match it up to any Renault slave cylinder images I could find.

 

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Hi March

 

Interesting , did yours have the markings "FTE and any digits"

 

It's Delphi 23.81mm bore, I've tried sourcing a seal kit without success

 

I'm sure it could be retrofitted with a part having the same mounting holes and a similar travel

 

Cheers

 

Dave

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Dave,

 

Yes there are some FTE markings but I cannot remember the digits - It's back on the car and all connected up. I will have look underneath at the weekend to see if I can see the digits.

 

Marc

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Slave Cylinder

 

When I finaly get my car back home ( to do some diagnostics) I will check the slave cylinder ( leaking) as I think its a Land Rover part and since I have several different ones in stock ( for LR) I may be able to find a replacement.

 

In the meantime - anyone got any dims as I can measure and see if I have something suitable

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I don't think they cross reference any other disc but I think PNM Engineering now stock them. Ring 0151 630 6101 and ask for Pete or John.

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I don't think they cross reference any other disc but I think PNM Engineering now stock them. Ring 0151 630 6101 and ask for Pete or John.

 

I've had a dig around all of my data and no, I can't find any cross reference for them either (post 94 Brembo on your V8 I assume).

 

As Dave said, PNM have replacements in stock:

 

  PRICE VAT TOTAL PRODUCT CODE   Lotus Esprit Front Standard Replacement Discs (pair) £ 90.00 £ 18.00 £ 108.00 PNMJ4380   Lotus Esprit Front Grooved or Drilled (pair) £ 130.00 £ 26.00 £ 156.00 PNMJ4380G   Lotus Esprit Rear Standard (pair) £ 120.00 £ 24.00 £ 144.00 PNMJ0300   Lotus Esprit Rear Grooved or Drilled (pair) £ 160.00 £ 32.00 £ 192.00 PNMJ0300G

 

SJ also do them but a bit more expensive (that's plus VAT and shipping):

 

REAR BRAKE DISC (Brembro)
 
 
A082D4160F EACH 88.00

 

Cheers

Alan

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Someone did mention to me that Ford Modeo front discs @ 300mm x 24mm vented are almost identical just need the securing screw hole to be relocated in the correct position. I will look into it and get back.

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The OE rear discs for the Brembo calipers are 296 300 mm x 22 mm.

 

Edit: corrected disc diameter

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Someone did mention to me that Ford Modeo front discs @ 300mm x 24mm vented are almost identical just need the securing screw hole to be relocated in the correct position. I will look into it and get back.

 

Let us know how you get on Martin, if they work then I will add them to my cross reference db.

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Hi

 

Ive just fitted new discs and pads all round on my 96 V8, i decided to go with EBC all round, however found that EBC only do front discs and pads and pads for the rear, so no discs. I wanted discs that would match all round so decided to look into any other applications that might match the rears and found that a Ford Mondeo Mk3 front disc has all the correct dimentions with the exception of the securing screw holes needed to be located as per the Lotus hub. Took my new hubs and the old ones as templates to my local engineering company and theyve done a superb job, discs fitted perfect and pads are in too and working. The other thing that needs to be done is the bolt holes on the Mondeo discs are 13.7mm whereas the Lotus are 14mm, so i got them to check and open them up to Lotus spec. I have only just finished fitting the brakes so need to get them bedded in now, i will report back later to let you know how things are going.

 

I used EBG GD1130 front discs (Lotus V8)

and EBC GD981 rear disc  (Ford Mondeo fronts)

 

and EBC Red pads all round

 

My son was able to get 35% discount fpr me due to his job, which was great.

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Did you fit rings to reduce the bore of the Mondeo discs to suit the rear hub?

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Derek

 

No i didnt but i did notice that the bore was about 2.5mm larger on the Mondeo discs, will that present me with a problem? As the wheel bolts will centre the disc to the hub or have i missed something?

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Derek

 

No i didnt but i did notice that the bore was about 2.5mm larger on the Mondeo discs, will that present me with a problem? As the wheel bolts will centre the disc to the hub or have i missed something?

 

Sorry Martin, I'm a bit dubious about this setup for several reasons.

 

Firstly, you have a ridiculous performance car and you are scrimping on the brakes. I would be very concerned with anything that is not of the "Lotus standard". For discs, I would go for PNM replacements, they're engineered to suit the car. You can have them in any flavour, plain, grooved or drilled. Or go mad and get full AP Racing replacements.

 

Secondly I have read many, many threads on the forum about pads and EBC and the only sensible set that is generally recommended is Ferodo, even at a price (but then it is a Lotus :-p ). EBC gets many a bad write up. Quote:

 

"Ferodo DS2500 pads from Demon Tweeks............ so two things learnt

 

1) when looking at the EBC greenstuff pads upon removal they were smoother than a baby's bum, to the point I would say that they were glazed, so that explains the poorer performance but what is strange is my understanding that to glaze the pads you need to overheat them which having only done 2000 general motorway / A roads and a few brake tests 60mph to zero not sure how that would cause it to glaze. Anyway I've cleaned the discs up, no evidence of overheating there, no blueing of the surface or cracks so after a polish with my grinder they are ready to receive the new pads.

 

2). Took the plunge and ordered the DS2500 unfortunately unsure of correct pad references I spoke directly to Demon Tweeks to get the right pads. Unfortunately the fronts were the wrong size so after a quick call I've received the right ones.

 

So here is the correct references for brembo equipped cars:

 

Fronts are FCP1348H (H denotes the compound as being DS2500)

Rears are FCP1560H.

 

Total cost was £230

Make sure you order some copaslip (hi temp anti seizing assembly compound) as the DS2500 pads are not backed with rubber to stop them rattling and/or seizing."

 

Just my two penn'orth:-)

 

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Anyone fancy buying a second hand factory reject parachute???

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I'm not sure you can rely on the wheel bolts to centre the disc and you risk vibrations from it being eccentrically mounted.

 

Also, don't use a cooper based anti seize compound as the oil will rot the seals, use a dedicated brake pad lubricant.

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V8 might be a Carlton/Omega unit. A918E6013F should equate to Bosch 0986039 250-093 or Bosch 0-123-510-064. Not verified.

  • DK No.: 13736
  • Mtg.: BOSCH
  • Volt: 12
  • Amp: 120
  • Pulley: 6S
  • A BO IRIF 120A 12V

Applications

OEM

No.

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V8 - Super Dave reports that:

"LRB320 was nearer the mark from a Vauxhall Calibra 2.5 V6 100A.

Here's a link to the Ebay listing

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VAUXHALL-CALIBRA-CAVALIER-OMEGA-VECTRA-2-5-3-0-1988-1989-2000-RMFD-ALTERNATOR-/251695391226?hash=item3a9a36e1fa:g:IbYAAOSwr81UT2VB"

Linked Vehicles
Description    Model Year    Body Style    kW    HP    cc
VAUXHALL - CALIBRA - 2.5 i V6     04.93 - 07.97     Coupe     125     170     2498
VAUXHALL - CAVALIER Mk III Hatchback - 2.5 V6     09.88 - 06.94     Hatchback     125     170     2498
VAUXHALL - CAVALIER Mk III (87) - 2.5 V6     08.88 - 06.94     Saloon     125     170     2498
VAUXHALL - OMEGA (B) - 2.5 V6     03.94 - 09.00     Saloon     125     170     2498
VAUXHALL - OMEGA (B) - 3.0 V6     04.94 - 07.00     Saloon     155     211     2962
VAUXHALL - OMEGA (B) Estate - 2.5 V6     03.94 - 09.00     Estate     125     170     2498
VAUXHALL - OMEGA (B) Estate - 3.0 V6     07.94 - 07.00     Estate     155     211     2962
VAUXHALL - VECTRA (B) - 2.5 i V6     09.95 - 08.00     Saloon     125     170     2498
VAUXHALL - VECTRA (B) Hatchback - 2.5 i V6     09.95 - 08.00     Hatchback     125     170     2498
VAUXHALL - VECTRA (B) Estate - 2.5 i V6     11.96 - 08.00     Estate     125     170     2498
 
OE Info
Manufacturer    OE Number
OPEL     6204009
OPEL     93175803
OPEL     6204141
OPEL     6204006
OPEL     R1530041
OPEL     3493814
OPEL     3493815
Below is a list of numbers to help identify your unit
 

BOSCH

 

0123505003

 

BOSCH

 

0986043931

 

BOSCH

 

4393

 

DELCO/FORD

 

10479814

 

DELCO/FORD

 

10479855

 

DELCO/FORD

 

10479914

 

DELCO/FORD

 

10479955

 

DELCO/FORD

 

3493814

 

DELCO/FORD

 

3493914

 

DELCO/FORD

 

3493955

 

LUCAS

 

LRB00319

 

LUCAS

 

LRB00320

 

LUCAS

 

LRB319

 

LUCAS

 

LRB320

 

VALEO

 

436719

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Found a nice list of cross references on the US Lotus Talk forum, will break it down when I have a minute, but for now in it's entirety as a ref.

http://www.lotustalk.com/forums/f164/lotus-esprit-parts-cross-reference-110965/

Fuel injectors
The Rochester fuel injectors for the V8 Esprit are from an Oldsmobile Aurora
Five o motorsports
Bosch 24 lb Fuel Injector - Blue Top (Bosch # 0-280-150-947)

Secondary fuel injector
Secondary injectors are from a mid-1990's Chevy S10 pick up with the 4-cylinder engine
Napa 7 07390 61937 8
Also, there is a number in the box 3-18641

The fuel pressure regulator
1992-1996 Corvette with the LT-1 LT-4 engine

Fuel filter (WIX 3481)
Napa Gold filter 7 65809 15325 7
There is also a # in the box 3481
You need to replace the o'rings
Napa 730-4912

Air filter
K&N Part number is 33-2547

Oil Filter
Fram PH 3614 or HP10
K&N HP2004
Mobil 1 M1-204

Cam belts
Gates C918E0298F

Serpentine belt
Goodyear Gatorback. # 4060817 or 6PK2057

Aux belt
Goodyear B918E0069F 6PK2072

Rear Brake Pads
EBC Green Stuff DP 2885 Renault Laguna (JPSR082B)

Front Brake pads
EBC, Part No. GD1130

Ignition coil
Bosch Ignition Coil 0221503001
Aftermarket 173 03E 00179

Wheel bearing
QH QWB467

Alternator
2001 Cadillac Catera, specify the 120 amp Bosch unit
Bosch for Opel Omega, 14V, part #0986039 250-093
Bosch unit. Part # 0 123 510 064

Header Tank
205 GTI
Peugeot 205

Wiper blade assembly
Renault Twingo 3/93 Part 77 11 171 717

Headlamp motor
Corvette C4

Power steering pump
ZF Number 7691 955 1?2
Ford Number 95GB-3A674-AC

Gas cap
ACDELCO GT172

Power mirror switch
Vauxhall part - early 90's Cavalier

Air bag
90-92 Pontiac Trans Am

Coil
Vauxhall/Opel Calibera 2.0 ect 94-99
BOSCH 0221503001 (ORIGINAL PART FITTED BY LOTUS)


Power Window switches
Vauxhall Calibra Turbo

Front Fog lights
Saab 9000 CS/CSE/CD manufacturer Valeo
Driv side Part no: 4014320
Pass. side Part no: 4014312

Fuel pump
Walbro part number is GSS340
Others: Autozone
Part # 3270 80-90 psi 50-60gph
Part # 3271 90-100 psi 55 gph
Part # 3367 100-110 psi 55-65gph

Sparkplug
V8: NGK BKR6EKC
Denso iridium IK20#4
5304#4
0 42511 53044 7

Idle Control Valve
AC377 Idle Air Control Valve
ALFA ROMEO 164 (93-91)
ALFA ROMEO SPIDER (92-90)
PEUGEOT 405 (91-89)
SAAB 900 (97-88)
SAAB 9000 (97-90)
VOLVO 240 (93-90)
VOLVO 244 (89-88)
VOLVO 245 (89-88)
VOLVO 740 (92-88)
VOLVO 940 (95-91)

Four prong Bosch like relay
Napa Echlin AR393 also there is # V09267
6 99029 14249 7

Five prong Bosch like relay
Advance auto/Autozone
BWD R3177 also there is a # V10048
0 33086 83077 3

Coolant temperature sensor
Advance auto/autozone
WT3000Z also there is # M11206
7 45321 72743 3

Twinturbo Garrett
Garrett pn# 452218-0001
Cartridge only 443854-0146
Rebuild kit 709143-0001
Turbine A/R .49
Compressor A/R .48
Also, you can use Garrett Turbo T25 TB2531 (saab)

Clutch pressure plate + release bearing
B082Q0718F

Hatch lift
Strongarm PN# 4530 also 4408

O2 sensor
Bosch 13030 (exact plug and connection 4 wires)


The A/C Compressor is from GM's 3.1L V6's.
1998 Buick Skylark V6
1998Pontiac Grand Am V6
It is a Delphi 1135153.
The receiver/dryer is a Parker-Hannifan unit.
It can be obtained from
Auto Parts, Car Parts and
Auto Accessories at Discount Prices | DriveWire.com
(no affiliation)
According to drivewire.com it is from a 1975-1984 Volvo 240/260.

ACDelco: 15-20335, 15-21209
CarQuest / NAPA: 251213, 274064
Delphi: CS0052
Denso: 471-9135
Four Seasons: 57980, 58980
General Motors: 1135089, 1135153, 1135208, 1135270, 1135418
Omega: 20-11091-R
Proliance: 2491, 2491N
Visteon: 000345, 010360, 11980, 16980

Crank sensor
Napa ECHLIN 7 07390 42451
Aso there is # CSS130 in the box.
The sensor is not exact but it does work and will bolt.
The wire plug is exact (two wires)

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Reference is made to the TB2531 for the turbo, this is quite different. The Esprit compressor wheel is 60 trim and the turbine wheel 62 trim (10 blades).

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