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Need Alternator Belt Asap

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by kingwilly, Jun 9, 2003.

  1. kingwilly

    kingwilly Senior Member

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    can anyone help me find the right alternator belt?i tried everywhere can find one that works..
     
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    kingwilly Senior Member

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    can someone give me a part number or brand name please?i tried napa/autozone/checkers..none of them fit..someone told me gatorback brand but i dont know the part number...help
     
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    dohcvtec_accord WRX Sellout

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    Wouldn't the belt from a 99-00 Civic Si work?
     
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    MaaseyRacer Senior Member

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    how about one from an 94 del sol vtec, or a 90-93 integra...
     
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    ya but will it fit right.if its too long then my alt. hits the chasis.if too short then impossible to get over pulleys and i have tried about 4 or 5 diferent belts nothin good yet..maybe someone who has this same kind of swap would let me know what belt they are usin.very much thanks in advance
     
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    B16RacerN2NR Working Hard VIP

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    did you pound in the sidewell when you put in your motor? that is a must for our cars when you swap b16's in...i would suggest asking for the 94 del sol vtec belt...then tell them to go to the back and match it up with a belt that's about 2 inches shorter...that's what i had to do
     
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    ya thats what i been doin..nobody in this town i live in has anything i can use,so i wanna order one off the internet but now i need to know what to get,so hopefully someone that has been through the same thing can help me out,cuz i need to get one soon..
     
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    i have a brand new dayco poly cog belt. I bought it for my del sol w/ jdm b16a swap to replace the alternator belt, but it was a little too short- just a real little. I'll ship it to you for free if you wanna try it out. i bought it far away and don't have the receit, thats why i wanna get rid of it. i'm willing to givce it to you for free, just email me- constar1@lasalle.edu. i can mail it today if you contact me soon enough.

    -rob
     
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    when i was looking for parts for my car, i found that my local autozone had all its Del Sol vtec parts referenced to the Del Sol Si parts. b series integra parts should work for your car. and if youre dealing with anything electronic, ie dist, 90-93 integra parts should work.
     
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    djextremity Senior Member

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    in your rearview mirror..wait..

    It's things like this that make hondaswap the best. :D
     
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    if you don't know the size take a piece of string and run it around the pullies that will give you the ID(inside diameter) for your new belt.
     
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