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Sun Sep 24, 2006 10:12 am

CryoGoblin wrote:wondering if anyone knows the part # for dip stick guide? (the thing the dip stick goes in)

Too easy :)
11452-88380 GUIDE, OIL LEVEL GAGE (ST165)
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Thu Sep 28, 2006 5:08 pm

With thanks to Gary, a few more ST165 part#s are over here:
http://alltrac.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=16883

I miss my EPC :cry:

Thu Sep 28, 2006 9:41 pm

ST165 Electronic Parts Catalogue(EPC):

PNC#15100B Part Number 15188-63010 RING, O (FOR OIL PUMP)

PNC#11155A Part Number 90253-10004 PIN, RING W/HEAD (dowel tube thing!)

PNC#13711A SEAL OR RING, O (for valve stem oil)
Part Number intake side 90913-02062
Part Number exhaust side 90913-02066

PNC#17173 GASKET, EXHAUST MANIFOLD TO HEAD Part Number 17173-88380

PNC#17177 GASKET, INTAKE MANIFOLD TO HEAD, NO.1 Part number 17177-88380

PNC#17179A GASKET, INTAKE MANIFOLD NO.2 Part number 17177-88380

PNC#13453 GEAR, FLYWHEEL RING Part Number 13452-74010 (SUBS) 1345-74011


please confirm all part#'s with your Toyota dealer etc in case of my bad!!!


i haven't tried this myself yet, but i am led to believe that the EPC can be downloaded from here: http://ugbox.net/~lance/GT4/Technical/EPC/

as reported by forum users in this thread: http://www.grparallye.com/forums/viewto ... hlight=epc

regards

Sat Nov 18, 2006 3:37 am

Gary ST165 wrote:PNC#13453 GEAR, FLYWHEEL RING Part Number 13452-74010 (SUBS) 1345-74011

Minor correction, the SUBS number should be 13453-74011

A bunch of numbers(JDM only)

Sat Dec 09, 2006 1:21 pm

RC/CS engine under covers
51408-20040
51408-20050

RC emblem
75444-2B240

RC/CS Fan blade
16361-55010

RC/CS Fan motor
16363-74070

Rain Visors:
08613-20130

Fri Dec 15, 2006 6:34 am

maxaud wrote:what about the side stickers, my drivers side one has a little piece taken out of it.


ok, I guess I found the answer to my own question... I like it when that happens...

75097-20040-10 grey LH
75099-20040-10 grey RH
75097-20040-15 black LH
75099-20040-15 black RH
(found these in another thread)

what one will I need for my car? It's black. Does that mean I need the black sticker oris the sticker itself black? anyone know?

Fri Dec 15, 2006 6:50 am

I also found these...
75097 - 20010 - 13
75099 - 20010 - 13
anyone know if these are correct?

Fri Dec 15, 2006 7:39 am

maxaud wrote:75097 - 20010 - 13
75099 - 20010 - 13
anyone know if these are correct?

Those are for the regular GT4, not the RC.

Re: A bunch of numbers(JDM only)

Sat Dec 30, 2006 5:27 am

BLOWNTACO wrote:RC/CS engine under covers
51408-20040
51408-20050

RC/CS Fan blade
16361-55010

RC/CS Fan motor
16363-74070


Hey, im wondering if the RC fan motor/blade assembly was any better than the stock USDM one. i think i remember hearing that it was more powerful. can someone confirm this and also point me in the right direction of getting one. Also, were the RC undercovers any different than the stock ones???

Sat Dec 30, 2006 8:52 am

160 watt rather then 120 watt. RC undercover (assuming that is the heat shield/noise dampener) is way different then stock All-trac. It has openings for front grille, back holes and timing chain cooler.

Mon Jan 01, 2007 4:33 pm

anyone have the part number to the oil pick up tube gasket?

Mon Jan 01, 2007 6:29 pm

88st165 wrote:anyone have the part number to the oil pick up tube gasket?

23293-88360 GASKET (FOR OIL STRAINER) :shrug:

Mon Jan 01, 2007 7:35 pm

Denver_whiteST185 wrote:If i sent you my extra USDM fan/shroud, would you compare/test fit the two???


There are 6 blades instead of 4 on the RC fan.
The motor is of course higher power.

The shroud is the same.

Mon Jan 01, 2007 11:22 pm

90240-06017 = One of 2 pins that go through a Supra JZA80 rear brake calliper to keep the brakepads in place. I bought these cause I needed new ones for my ST205 rears.. same part :D

Mon Jan 01, 2007 11:41 pm

Hey, just installed the RC fan and motor in my All-Trac. Fits great!! The only thing is the USDM screws don't work with JDM motor. Quick fix though, grab some small metric bolts; nuts; lock washers and plain old washers. Use some locktite on the threads to make sure they don't vibrate loose, and viola! :D
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