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Since there isn't a single place anyone new (or not new) to the Evora sub can go to find parts cross-references, I figured I'd start a thread that will hopefully grow into that definitive source.

To start us off, I'm dumping the stuff I've been keeping track of over the years. If anyone finds something amiss with something posted, please let me know and I can edit. Feel free to contribute a post if you don't see something listed.

A/C Compressor
Toyota/DENSO Part #: 8832042120
UAC Part #: UAC CO 10856C (FROM A USA TOYOTA RAV 4 3.5L V6 2006-2012)

A/C Dryer/Receiver
PACCAR Genuine Parts
1711509PAC (for a Peterbuilt)
1400604PAC (cross-ref)

Alternator
Toyota 27060-31082
Denso 104210-2071

ARB Lube
Super Lube (PTFE)
AquaShield (green snot)

Battery Alternatives
AutoZone T6-DLG (DuraLast Gold)
Interstate MTP-91 (Group 91)
Duracell SLI48AGM (Group 48)

Serpentine Belts
Gates K070822 - NA
Gates K071130 - S
Without AC Compressor (NA) - 7PK-1988

Belt Tensioner
Toyota 16620-31040

Idler pulleys
2x No2 idler pulleys (Toyota 16604-31020)
2x Idler cover plates (Toyota 16649-31020)

Brake banjo crush washer
Pegasys Racing 3241-3/8

Brake Pad (Front)
EBC Redstuff DP3036C
Ferodo DS2500 - FRP3083H

Brake Pad (Rear)
EBC Redstuff DP3060C
Ferodo DS2500 - FRP3115H

Brake Switch
GM/Saab 51 06 141
SLS334 Stop Light Switch

CHMSL Connector
BMW 61-13-8-373-583

Clutch Slave Cylinder
Aisin CRT-086 (2003-2008 Corolla w/ Aisin BG6 trans)

Coolant Cap
Toyota 16475-28140

Thermostat
Toyota 90916-A3003

Thermostat gasket
Toyota 16325-62010

Crankshaft Position Sensor
Toyota 90919-05060

Dome Light
VAUXHALL ASTRA/GM/Chevy Spark 13126729

Door Lock Assembly - Unconfirmed
(Hyundai Elantra 2001-06)
Dorman 937020 - Rear left door
Dorman 937021 - Rear right door
OE 813202D010 - Rear left door
OE 814202D001 - Rear right door

HID ballast
03-05 Audi A4 / S4 89030471
OEM Valeo LAD5GL 89035113

Mass Air Flow
Toyota part # 22204-31020
Denso part # 197-6110

O2 Sensors
Bosch 0 258 006 915 (Universal)
Bosch 0258006127
Bosch MHK 100840
Lotus A117E6007F
Denso DOX-2017
Rover MHK 1008 40L

Oil Filter
TRD PTR43-00082
Toyota 04152-YZZA1
K&N PS-7020
Fram CH9972
Fram TG9972 (ToughGuard)
Fram XG9972 (UltraGuard)
Mobil 1 M1C-251

Power Steering Pump
Toyota 44310-07040 W-23

Spark Plugs
Denso FK20HR11 (NA)
Toyota 90919-01247 (NA)

Starter Motor Brushes/Yoke
Hitachi S114-945
Supposedly S114-943 brushes fit
REMIUM BRUSH ASSEMBLY-NISSANS & INFINITY WITH HITACHI STARTERS
For : • Hitachi PMGR Starters
Also See: 68-8129;68-8137;69-8118
Used On: BMW (2001-2006) , Infiniti (1996-2001) , John Deere (1998-2005) , Kubota (1999-2010) , Nissan (1995-2010) , Yanmar (1994-2003)
Replaces: Hitachi 2114-73105, GD213648-D, Nissan, Infiniti 23378-0M300
Unit Nos: BMW 12-41-1-354-823, 12-41-1-740-373, 12-41-1-740-374, 12-41-1-740-375, 12-41-1-740-379, 12-41-7-515-391, 12-41-7-515-396; Bosch 0 001 108 401; Denso Europe DSN954, DSN955; GM 10455018; Hitachi S114-800, S114-800A, S114-800B, S114-801A, S114-801B, S114-801C, S114-801CR, S114-801D, S114-801E, S114-802A, S114-802B, S114-802BR, S114-806, S114-806A, S114-806AR, S114-815, S114-815A, S114-817, S114-817A, S114-821, S114-821A, S114-822, S114-822A, S114-822B, S114-833B, S114-844, S114-844R, S114-902, S114-902A, S114-902B, S114-902R, S114-922; Hyundai 36100-2Y000; John Deere AM879072; Kubota T1060-16800, T1060-16804; Letrika (Iskra) 11.139.430; Letrika (Iskra) Sales IS 9308; Letrika (Iskra) Tech. AZE2198; Nissan, Infiniti 23300-0M200, 23300-0M200R, 23300-0M201, 23300-0M300, 23300-0M301, 23300-0M302, 23300-2J260, 23300-2J261, 23300-2J261R, 23300-2J262, 23300-2Y900, 23300-2Y900R, 23300-31U00, 23300-31U01, 23300-31U01R, 23300-31U02, 23300-31U02R, 23300-63J02R, 23300-8H00R, 23300-8H300, 23300-EN200, 23300-EN200R, 23300-EN20A, 23300-EN20B, 23300-EN21ARE; Prestolite 20513073, 20513073; Renault 7701065384; Valeo TM000A24601; Valeo Tech 579377; Yanmar 118400-77010, 129608-77010, 129698-77010
Lester Nos: 17146, 17695, 17702, 17713, 17745, 17779, 17980, 17982, 18219, 18288, 18290, 18440, 32265, 6330-HISteering Wheel Slip Ring:Ford 2M51-14A664-DE
2002-2005 Focus

Tail Light Connectors
TE Connectivity AMP
Econoseal III 070
344265-1 (male 6-pin)
345259-1 (female 6-pin)

TPMS Valves
Autel MX 433 - Needs Autel programmer
Schrader 20159 or 13227143
Also fits:
Elise 2008+
Exige 2008+
SAAB 9.3 07/2002 -- 04/2005
SAAB 9.5 07/2002 -- 12/2008

Window Regulator Cable
1.6mm (or 1/16") - 31 3/4" length
Home Depot ferrule & stop set

Wiper Blade
Bosch Aerotwin AM26U (OEM)
Bosch Aerotwin AP26U (symetrical)
Valeo 900266B Frameless ULTIMATE 26" All-Season

Wiper Motor
Guts from 1995 VW Golf (Bosch)

Windshield washer spray nozzle
Ford Focus MK4 2011+ heated front washer jet (mist type) - 1708797

Front and Rear fuse panel fuses
MTA MiniVal (standard profile)
MTA MaxiVal
 

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Thank you!

Thank you, Agentdr8! Duly downloaded, printed, and placed in the 3-ring binder with my parts manual. My recently acquired Evora's AC is now cooling well thanks to the addition of a Peterbuilt AC dryer.
 

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At last, the x-ref thread! I hope it gets stickied somewhere (and stays on topic).

Headlamp ballast: Valeo LAD5GL 89035113
Headlamp bulb: Osram D1S
details here, thanks @Dus10

Tailgate aka decklid electrical connector (S1/400 standard tailgate): AMP Econoseal III .070 and AMP Econoseal III .250
Tailgate aka decklid electrical connector (carbon fiber "ducktail"): APTIV 54200413
details here, thanks @spaghettipie

Reverse lights: Perei PE608
Rear fog lamp: Perei PE605 (clear lens), PE604 (red lens)
details here
Taillights are also Perei, but I don't have the OEM part number handy.

Windshield wipers: I've found that pretty much any 26" wiper from the FLAPS will work. So in addition to the above, you could use
  • TRICO 25-260, 16-2612, 32-260, 19-260, 26-12B, 35-260
  • Bosch 26oe, 4826, 26ca, en26oe, b2604, fs26oe, 26sd, 26poe, 26bw
... just as examples.

Side mirror assembly, including housing, glass, and covers: 2001-2009 Jaguar X-Type, several part numbers
Indicator and wiper stalks: 2007-2014(?) Ford Mondeo (non-US model)
 

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Thanks much for this, long term going to be a life saver for these things.

Does anyone happen to know the washer reservoir pump part number/cross ref? I see a lot of mentions that it's a cheap Rover part, but not a number or a specific vehicle it's used on.

Mine has become a sad trickle onto the windshield, though luckily it doesn't leak.
 

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A couple more.

Radiator fans: SPAL 2va06-AP50. Looks pretty similar to the 2va06-AP70 current model.

Steering angle sensor: Bosch 0265005555
Judging by the forum here, these go bad from time to time. Curiously, the Bosch catalog lists Lotus as the only customer for this part!

Horn: Roots Windtone (sold in hi/lo tone pairs)

A note on engine part numbers: it's been the subject of a lot of discussion here, but essentially everything from the intake to the flywheel (inclusive) is straight Toyota Camry 2010. Moving parts, sensors, ancillaries. The only exceptions I have found so far are:
  • Injectors (and obviously intake) were changed by Lotus for the supercharged cars
  • The Evora has an oil pressure sensor on the lower front of the engine (i.e. passenger side) that is not used on the Camry but is used on IIRC the Highlander
So if you're ever searching for an engine piece and don't have this page handy, just plug in 2010 Camry V6.
 

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Does anyone happen to know the washer reservoir pump part number/cross ref? I see a lot of mentions that it's a cheap Rover part, but not a number or a specific vehicle it's used on.
I want to say it looks very similar to the 89-94 Land Rover 3.9L washer pumps, but without having both in hand to compare the connectors I'm not 100% sure.
 

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I've added the majority of these P/Ns to Julian's Evora weight google doc in the Misc section. (have it linked in my google docs for quick reference on my phone :grin2:)
 

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A couple more.

Radiator fans: SPAL 2va06-AP50. Looks pretty similar to the 2va06-AP70 current model.

Steering angle sensor: Bosch 0265005555
Judging by the forum here, these go bad from time to time. Curiously, the Bosch catalog lists Lotus as the only customer for this part!

Horn: Roots Windtone (sold in hi/lo tone pairs)

A note on engine part numbers: it's been the subject of a lot of discussion here, but essentially everything from the intake to the flywheel (inclusive) is straight Toyota Camry 2010. Moving parts, sensors, ancillaries. The only exceptions I have found so far are:
  • Injectors (and obviously intake) were changed by Lotus for the supercharged cars
  • The Evora has an oil pressure sensor on the lower front of the engine (i.e. passenger side) that is not used on the Camry but is used on IIRC the Highlander
So if you're ever searching for an engine piece and don't have this page handy, just plug in 2010 Camry V6.
Actually the engine is per the V6 RAV 4 with oil cooler outlet

On the E400's the moved PCV value to aft bank and include a baffle plate between oil pan sections, while the GT's also have a sumped lower pan
 

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At last, the x-ref thread! I hope it gets stickied somewhere (and stays on topic).



Taillights are also Perei, but I don't have the OEM part number handy.
Tail lights Perei CR1104-2-1-AB
 

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Added another part to the OP, so this is sort of a bump to the thread to keep it relevant. Tried reporting it to mods to get a sticky, but I'm either not patient enough, or they didn't deem it sticky-worthy.
 

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Oil dipstick
Toyota 15301-0P020 + 7.5mm white spacer

There are actually 3 part numbers for the 2GR-FE. I ordered the P010 dipstick first, which is only for Camry/Avalon/Venza. It was too short. The P020 dipstick is exactly the right dimensions but you need to transfer the white spacer over from your old dipstick. This one fits RAV4, Highlander, and Sienna (mainly up to about 2010). P030 is only for 2011+ Highlander and Sienna and I assume it is even longer.

Actually the engine is per the V6 RAV 4 with oil cooler outlet

On the E400's the moved PCV value to aft bank and include a baffle plate between oil pan sections, while the GT's also have a sumped lower pan
I'm going to second this based on my findings above.

Pics below are after I swapped the spacer over to the new dipstick.
 

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A note on engine part numbers: it's been the subject of a lot of discussion here, but essentially everything from the intake to the flywheel (inclusive) is straight Toyota Camry 2010. Moving parts, sensors, ancillaries.

A minor correction: I believe the Evora has the Rav 4 2GR-FE, WITH the Oil-Water Heat Exchanger, that the Camary does not have.
 

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Funny, I've always used 2010 Camry for my odds and ends parts orders. I've never needed the oil cooler, though, or the dipstick. Mostly little stuff: sensors, PCV valve, oil pan, exhaust gaskets, filters, belts.

According to the parts diagrams at Toyota.com, the 2010 Camry does have an oil cooler (oil/water exchanger bolted to the block), but I'll take your word for it. I'm no Toyota expert, just sharing my experience with ordering parts for various S1 Evoras.

I definitely goofed when I said the flywheel was Toyota: it's an AP racing part, #LA035BC for the NA Evora for example. It uses a Toyota flex plate to carry the starter ring gear -- it's a sandwiched-and-bolted arrangement which AFAIK is unique to that marque -- but I haven't compared it to any Toyota-direct parts to see which US models (if any) it matches. The one I looked at a moment ago has the number 01J50154, but that doesn't appear to be the part number.
 

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A note on engine part numbers: it's been the subject of a lot of discussion here, but essentially everything from the intake to the flywheel (inclusive) is straight Toyota Camry 2010. Moving parts, sensors, ancillaries.

A minor correction: I believe the Evora has the Rav 4 2GR-FE, WITH the Oil-Water Heat Exchanger, that the Camary does not have.
Funny, I've always used 2010 Camry for my odds and ends parts orders. I've never needed the oil cooler, though, or the dipstick. Mostly little stuff: sensors, PCV valve, oil pan, exhaust gaskets, filters, belts.

According to the parts diagrams at Toyota.com, the 2010 Camry does have an oil cooler (oil/water exchanger bolted to the block), but I'll take your word for it. I'm no Toyota expert, just sharing my experience with ordering parts for various S1 Evoras.

I definitely goofed when I said the flywheel was Toyota: it's an AP racing part, #LA035BC for the NA Evora for example. It uses a Toyota flex plate to carry the starter ring gear -- it's a sandwiched-and-bolted arrangement which AFAIK is unique to that marque -- but I haven't compared it to any Toyota-direct parts to see which US models (if any) it matches. The one I looked at a moment ago has the number 01J50154, but that doesn't appear to be the part number.
The actual difference between the two is the external oil cooler provision on the oil pan. The blocks are identical.
 

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@oldmansan Can we get this thread stickied or added to the How-To subforum?
 
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