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Came across a couple of these and the bracket locator holes are different orientation. Must be like the ssg models.
Thanks for your input either way Jamo, appreciate it mate. To everyone else also, thank you.


No worries mate. Glad you got it sorted.
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I was going to look at the protons as well as they are a little newer but I was fucked by then......

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By the logic that lanthanum alternators are the same, then getz are same as well as excel 3,as we sell them as interchanges every day at work. Aparranty nl v6 papers specifically is also the same. Unconfirmed on these though

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I didnt see any X3 excel ones just X2. Nor any Getz either.

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They look completely different - have a black plastic backing on them but they fit and do the job for lantras - not sure on the interchange again to the RVR, but im curious to find out just how many things can do the job in a pinch with something a little more readily available. Also damn autocorrects with phone, meant to say lantra alternators, and NL pajero (hard to believe that one myself but im pulling that from all crash parts who sell the same alternator for both lantra and pajero so who knows. 



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If you have a look at Bosch's website the alternator they list to suit the rvr is (https://au.bosch-aut...ernator-bxm1207), they also list a few of the genuine numbers they replace  MITSUBISHI A3T03392 MITSUBISHI A3T03393 MITSUBISHI A3T03393ZC MITSUBISHI A3T03471 MITSUBISHI A3T03492 MITSUBISHI A3T03493 MITSUBISHI A3T03493ZC MITSUBISHI MD130329 MITSUBISHI MD133171 MITSUBISHI MD133513 MITSUBISHI MD136838 MITSUBISHI MD136839 MITSUBISHI MD313937,  and they also list the vehicles the part number suits:

HYUNDAI Elantra 1.6i 16V [J1] (EU) 78-84KW/ 106-114PS 1.6l 10.1990 - 04.1995

HYUNDAI Lantra 1.6i 16V [J1] (EU) 78-84KW/ 106-114PS 1.6l 10.1990 - 04.1995
HYUNDAI Lantra 1.8i 16V [J1] 93KW/ 127PS 1.8l 06.1992 - 04.1995
HYUNDAI Sonata 2.0i [Y3] 102KW/ 139PS 2.0l 07.1993 - 04.1996
HYUNDAI Sonata 2.0i [Y3] 92KW/ 125PS 2.0l 05.1996 - 06.1998
MITSUBISHI Colt 1.6i 16V [C5] 91-100KW/ 124-136PS 1.6l 04.1988 - 05.1990
MITSUBISHI Colt 1.6i 16V [C5] 91-92KW/ 124-125PS 1.6l 04.1988 - 05.1990
MITSUBISHI Colt 1.8i [C5] 100KW/ 136PS 1.8l 11.1989 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Eclipse 2.0i 16V Turbo [D2/D3] 147KW/ 199PS 2.0l 08.1990 - 03.1994
MITSUBISHI Eclipse 2.0i 16V [D2/D3] 110KW/ 150PS 2.0l 01.1990 - 03.1994
MITSUBISHI Eterna 1.8i (J) 99KW/ 135PS 1.8l 10.1989 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Eterna 2.0i (J) 103-107KW/ 140-146PS 2.0l 07.1988 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Eterna 2.0i 4WD (J) 103KW/ 140PS 2.0l 07.1988 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Eterna 2.0i Turbo 4WD (J) 151KW/ 205PS 2.0l 07.1988 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 1.8i (J) 99KW/ 135PS 1.8l 04.1989 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 16V 4WD 4WS [E3] 106KW/ 144PS 2.0l 06.1988 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 16V Hatchback 4WS 4WD [E3] 106KW/ 144PS 2.0l 04.1989 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 16V Hatchback [E3] 106KW/ 144PS 2.0l 11.1988 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 16V Hatchback [E3] 107KW/ 145PS 2.0l 11.1988 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 16V [E3] 106KW/ 144PS 2.0l 11.1987 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 16V [E3] 107KW/ 146PS 2.0l 11.1987 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 4WD (J) 107KW/ 146PS 2.0l 09.1987 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 4WD 4WS Hatchback [E3] 80KW/ 109PS 2.0l 04.1989 - 10.1991
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 4WD 4WS [E3] 80KW/ 109PS 2.0l 06.1988 - 10.1991
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 4WD Hatchback [E3] 80KW/ 109PS 2.0l 04.1989 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i 4WD [E3] 80KW/ 109PS 2.0l 12.1988 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i Hatchback [E3] 80KW/ 109PS 2.0l 11.1988 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i Hatchback [E3] 82KW/ 112PS 2.0l 11.1988 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i Turbo 4WD (J) 162KW/ 220PS 2.0l 09.1987 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i [E3] 80KW/ 109PS 2.0l 11.1987 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0i [E3] 82KW/ 112PS 2.0l 11.1987 - 10.1992
MITSUBISHI Lancer 1.6i 16V Hatchback [C6/C7] 91-100KW/ 124-136PS 1.6l 11.1989 - 05.1990
MITSUBISHI Lancer 1.6i 16V Hatchback [C6/C7] 91-92KW/ 124-125PS 1.6l 04.1988 - 05.1990
MITSUBISHI Lancer 1.8i 16V Hatchback [C6/C7] 100KW/ 136PS 1.8l 11.1989 - 05.1992
MITSUBISHI Nimbus 2.4i [UF] (AUS) 88-103KW/ 120-140PS 2.4l 01.1992 - 11.1998
MITSUBISHI Space Wagon 2.4i 16V [N] 97KW/ 132PS 2.4l 05.1991 - 05.1992

 

So given that you would assume any genuine alternator found on any of those cars should work.

 

Edited by edymadman7, 11 April 2017 - 09:24 AM.


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Those would be for a bare alternator without the reg if that is the case, as i know a few of those have different plugs. Probably the same shell, same guts but you would have to put a reg in them, which for most alternators is the part to die first.



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Yeah that definitely kills that option a bit...



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Yes and no, it is good because by theory almost any wreckers should have something to fit. The alternator itself is fairly common, and being a generic 2 pin regulator, im sure 2 to make 1 would be easy enough, RVRs dont require silly amp amounts (i think HSGR is 90 from memory?) 
In theory though, but its good to know we potentially have a lot of options at the local wreckers in a pinch... 



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Hey guys thought I would add this one in for the HSG front lower ball joints:

CTR CBHO30

I bought mine through amayama using the control arm part number after thinking I would have to buy the whole arm, I assumed it may help someone as I spent a month searching through locally supplied BJ's before I noticed these!

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Gearbox seals
Mitsubishi part numbers
Md719710 $21.30
Md707184 $14.80

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Found these guys for poly bushes.
https://siberianbush...APAN/RVR/N23W/-


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