• Lightweight Alternator Bracket Kit - 010004
  • Lightweight Alternator Bracket Kit - 010004
Item #: 010004
Availability: In Stock
Price: $199.00

    MR2:

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    The Racer X Fabrication light weight alternator bracket for the 91-95 Toyota MR2 is a great start to reducing weight and saving space. The OEM alternator bracket takes up a large amount of space on the 3-SGTE engine and weighs a little over 11 lbs. The Racer X light weight alternator bracket kit is CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum and weighs just under 2 lbs fully assembled. The tensioner is made from zinc plated hex steel and uses rod ends to allow adjustment over the full range of worn or new alternator belts. The kit will fit all generations of the 3SGTE and the 5S block, and comes standard in a black anodized finish with the Racer X logo laser etched on the side of the bracket.

    *Note: Part number for alternator belt K040325, 32.5" length.

    What's Included

    • (1) Assembled lightweight alternator bracket
    • (1) Tensioner
    • (1) M10 bolt and loc nut
    • (2) M10 Washers
    • (1) 5/16 bolt, washer and loc nut
    • (1) 5/16 washer and loc washer
    • (1) Alternator belt

    Compatibility

    • 1991-1995 Toyota MR2 (Gen 2, Gen 3, Gen 4)

    Installation

    Proposition 65

    Off Road Use Only

    WARNING: Racer X Fabrication products are intended for off-road / competition use only and may never be used on a public road.

    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:
    Dallas TX

    Alternator bracket

    Rating:
    Pros:
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    Looks so much better then the old steel bracket. Easier to adjust the belt as well.

    Awesome

    Rating:
    Pros:
    Cons:
    Perfect fitment, makes removing/installing the alternator much, much easier. So much smaller and lighter than the stock bracket. I installed it on my gen 2 JDM 3sge which fit perfectly. The only issues I encountered were that 1-2 of the stock bolts were, in an ideal world, slightly too short or too long for the new bracket but still worked fine. The other one is that the nut on the tensioner closest to the bracket is very difficult to do up. I mostly relied on the nut at the alternator end to do the job.