Alternative parts, what everyone needs to know...

conaero

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As I posted it in another thread, might as well post it here too:

QP/GT AC pump, same as Renault Megane (beleived to be a 2007 but will need to be checked, I was told this by one of the well respected sponsors/service centres on SM)

Can be had for about £250 new, you have to change the clutch assembly off your old one and possibly the pulley too.

Thats about a £2k saving on Modena prices!
 
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Here you go guys, after a bit of digging, 3200 and early 4200 Hand Brake Shoe Sets (4) £40 delivered!

Brakes International is were I bought them from, but with the part numbers you could most likely order them from your local motor factors
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Dave
 

Saigon

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Brilliant, cheapy cheap, Thank's Dave!
Ta
Loz
An excellent find indeed, but I can find no cross reference anywhere (SHU733) to Maserati 4200 compatibility. Only seems to reference Ferrari. Is there a specific site that confirms they are compatible with Maserati 4200, cheers.
 
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No there won't be as Maserati put there lawyers onto any after market parts manufacturer's or advertisers

Saigon, these fit 3200 and early 4200's after that the facelift and GS models had slightly different back plate fixings other than that there exactly the same


Dave
 
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No there won't be as Maserati put there lawyers onto any after market parts manufacturer's or advertisers

Saigon, these fit 3200 and early 4200's after that the facelift and GS models had slightly different back plate fixings other than that there exactly the same


Dave
I recently purchased a proper number set as I wanted to ensure I got exactly the right parts ie pre MSP up to chassis number 7717.
I wasn't exactly happy about paying £200 but at least I thought I was saving £160 on eurospares which are £75 plus VAT EACH!
Now I find out that I actually overspent by £160. GUTTED! And yes they are exactly as per your photo.
It's a pity the information on these 76 pages isn't tabulated somehow, and no, i'm not volunteering!
 
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I recently purchased a proper number set as I wanted to ensure I got exactly the right parts ie pre MSP up to chassis number 7717.
I wasn't exactly happy about paying £200 but at least I thought I was saving £160 on eurospares which are £75 plus VAT EACH!
Now I find out that I actually overspent by £160. GUTTED! And yes they are exactly as per your photo.
It's a pity the information on these 76 pages isn't tabulated somehow, and no, i'm not volunteering!
There is a spreadsheet somewhere. Responsibility for updating it changed hands a couple of years ago - not sure who does it now.
 

Saigon

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No there won't be as Maserati put there lawyers onto any after market parts manufacturer's or advertisers

Saigon, these fit 3200 and early 4200's after that the facelift and GS models had slightly different back plate fixings other than that there exactly the same


Dave
Thanks mate, so would fit a 2004 (non facelift) 4200 ?
 
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Worth setting up as a google docs / sharepoint repository so more than one person can add notes revisions etc.? I'd be happy to take on that responsibility
Exactly what the other guy said :) I'd do it, but I spend >99.9% of my time on a work machine, and, despite me running an environment that supports nigh on $200m of revenue, I'm not allowed to access Google Docs because security ;)

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