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Series II Mazda OE Parts Number Listings- Complete

All New Powertrain Control Module (PCM) with TEMPERATURE SENSOR newly added and built into the PCM, when ETC (Engine Compartment Temperature) reaches 230F or 100C with Ignition OFF, Medium Cooling Fans Switch ON.
New Larger Genuine Oil Filter and Repositioned On Front Timing Cover Housing To-wards The Sump (Left Hand Side). USE GENUINE 09 SERIES II OIL FILTER ONLY.
Revised Oil Filler and Dip Stick (Longer Type).
New EMOP "Electric Metering Oil Pumps" Two of them... Internal Oil Pressure in EMOP's is between 7.3 and 21.7 PSI (Used for the first time by Mazda)
New Design Oil Injection Nozzles 3 per Rotor Housing..Totalling 6.
New Oil Pump Assembly.
50% Higher Oil Pressure Rate at 100 oC (121oF) @3000 RPM...500 kPa {5.10 kgf/cm2, 72.5 psi} When compared to Series 1 RX-8.
New Oil Pressure Sensor (ONLY Located on #1 EMOP).
Larger Oil Pan Sump Capacity.
New Hex (8mm) Type Sump Drain Plug.
New Internal Oil/Sump Pan Magnet...(First Time Used In A Rotary Engine Since 1985 FC RX-7)
New External Silver Plate Engine Sump Guard.
New Inlet Manifold.
Revised Auxiliary Port Valves.
Revised 4 Fuel Injection Nozzles (2 Primary, 2 Secondary). (Series I six Port Engine had 6 FI Nozzles).
Revised Atmospheric Air Control Solenoid (Near Throttle Body)
New Fuel Pump.
New Radiator Core.
New Radiator Electric Fan Motors.
Revised Radiator Fans Speeds from 2 to 3 Speeds. (Low, Middle, High).
New Alternator.
New Starter Motor (14 Tooth Cog).
New Battery 80D26L. (80 AMP Hour) (Was 50D22L (50AH) or 75D26L (75AH) in Series I)
New Exhaust System.
New Air Conditioner Temperature Controller (Amplifier).
New Bridgestone RE050A's in 18" and 19" (R3).
New Manual Transmission (6 speed MX-5/Miata) (Reverse is now next to 1st gear not next to 6th gear).
New Differential Ratio (Manual).
New Differential Fixing Plate Washer on PPF (Power Plant Frame).
New Differential Mounting Bracket.
New Additional Alloy Cooling Fins (4) on Alloy Differential Cover Plate, Plus Deeper Set Cooling Fins.
Changed Throw Out Bearing (Thrust or Fork Bearing).
Revised Oil Coolers, Air Intakes and Oil Cooler Hose Lines.
Extra Rotor Knock Sensor (Now 1 per Rotor, Total Of 2).
New Water Pump/ New Timing Cover to suit.
New Water Pump Pulley.
New Water Pump "O" Ring as Gasket.
New Spark Plug Leads.
New Ignition Coil Backing/Mounting Plate (Now Ventilated)
New Alternator/Air Compressor Drive Belts.
Revised Eccentric Shaft (Crankshaft) Pulley.
Revised Oxygen Sensor (CAT).
Revised Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor (Exhaust Manifold).
New Air Pump Control Unit.
New One Piece Trans Tunnel Heat Shield (Previously Two Piece).
New Under Body Covers Reducing C Drag from 0.31 to now 0.30.
Larger Fuel Tank (5 litres extra or around a gallon).
New Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) Hydraulic Unit Control Module.
New Yaw Rate (or Combined Sensor) Sensor Unit.
New Rear Suspension Control Links (Rods) Upper/Lower and Trailing have Increased In Diameter.
New Rear Stabilizer Bar. (R3)
New Rear Shocks And Springs.
New Rear Axles (Manual Trans).
New Rear Suspension Knuckles.
New Rear Parking Brake Cables.
New ABS Wheel Sensors (All 4 Wheels).
Revised TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) US Only.
New Front Upper And Front Lower Suspension Arms (Wishbone).
New Front Steering Knuckles And Wheel Hubs.
New Front Stabilizer Bar.
New Front Shock and Springs.
New Dashboard Mounting Frame with Crossbar Bushings.
Revised Power Steering Control System Unit.
Revised Headlamp Auto Leveling Sensors.
Revised Air Bag Control Module.
New 3 Piece (Instead of 2) Strut Tower Brace (Manual Only), Auto's Retains Two Piece Tower Brace.
Revised Front and Rear Wheel Arch Splash Guards/Shields.
Thicker (Heavier Guage) Steel On The Two Front Strut Towers.
Additional Spot Weldings Around Both Door Openings For Increased Rigidity.
Stiffened Body Shell = Torsional (twisting) and Flexural (bending) Rigidity have been increased by 5.4 and 8.7 per cent respectively.
Auto's and Manual's both have 6 port engines, Max Power RPM (kw) has been limited to 7500 for Auto compared to 8200 RPM for the manual.
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See complete list of all new RX-8 Series II 2009~ Mazda PART Number List (North American market) BELOW...this list does not include shared Series I (2004-2008) Mazda parts also used in Series II.
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Complete Series II Parts Numbers List and Location

Since being requested on more than one occasion about more precise details on Series II (S2) RX-8 Mazda Original Equipment Spare Parts and Part Numbers,
I decided to do screen prints from my EPC with ALL the S2 specific parts for the North American Series II RX-8.

All these Mazda Parts particularly in Engine (13B-MSP RENESIS II) have never been used in any other Mazda Rotary before the Model Year of 2009~ RX-8.

They are ONLY for the S2 RX-8, have never been used in 2004-2008 RX-8, 99% of the time the parts are not interchangeable to use in a Series 1 RX-8 as individual replacement parts...in some cases complete S2 assemblies will fit with little to no alterations on S1 RX-8’s, like complete Manual Transmissions, Differential Assembly, Wheel Rims, Seats and Trims..(NOT ENGINE).

These individual parts in many cases (like Engine and Transmission, Suspension, Cooling-Coolant and Cooling Oil, Lubrication, Electrical) were re-engineered to address short coming, component failure or reliability with Series 1.

This is normal Mazda practice to improve on parts which present a high volume of Warranty Claim issues or abnormal spare parts sales.

Most of the external/internal Body Spare Parts were changed as part of the face-lift from 2009MY.

As these are Mazda EPC list screen-shots (no other ‘easy’ way of collating such parts information), some Parts (Part Numbers) are repeated as they may be listed in more than one EPC picture (D-Code) location, however the actual location is shown for each and every line in SECTION NAME.

Shown in Alpha Numeric order for each page are the PART NUMBERs : D-Code : Part Name : Section # : Division : SECTION NAME.

I have tried to group in 2 sections:

Engine + Drive Train,
Body

Keep in mind again, these screen-shots are only the parts used in S2’s exclusively, the lists are not a complete listing of every single OEM parts used in S2's which are common use.

Many S1 parts are common for ALL series RX-8’s, like Steering Rack, Brakes and Rotors, Sun Roof, Hood Panels , Roof Panels, Steering Column, Door and other Body Panels, Air Filter, Exhaust Header, Fluid Bottles, some Lamps, Globes, Nuts, Bolts and Washers.

Apologies if I have confused some, I am just trying to dispel some of the rhetoric here which will contradict the physical part itself, contrary to some here the 2009 RX-8 had some of the most extensive parts changes applied to it which I have never experienced before.

Yep, someone may be able to get ‘a’ S2 part to fit in a Series 1 RX-8 with some minor or major modifications or alterations, this does not make that part one which I would call as an easy swap with no reliability risk, one example are the differences between S1 and S2 Water Pumps and how they install, and what changes and modifications are required to make it function.

Anyway...

Happy to help anyone if they have legit questions.

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REPEAT: ALL THESE PARTS LISTS DO NOT INCLUDE COMMONLY USED PARTS BETWEEN S1 AND S2, THESE ARE S2 ONLY OEM GENUINE PARTS.

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Actual Mazda Part Numbers for 2012 Spirit R

Actual Mazda Part Numbers for 2012 Spirit R (some external only)..

Wheels.
9965-06-8090 19x8J O=47 Gold Rims (x4)
9965-25-8080 18x8J O=50 Dark Gun Metal (x4) (same as normal S2 18 inch design, but dark GM paint)

Red Caliper Brake Supports.
FF60-33-281A Fronts (x2)
F195-26-28XA Rears (x2)

Spirit R Badge.
F1Y5-51-781 Fitted on 'C' pillar (x2)

LED Tail Lamps (the S2 chrome bits are painted black on Spirit R).
F190-51-150 RHR (x1)
F190-51-160 LHR (x1)

*Headlamps HID DS2 ONLY (the S2 chrome bits are painted black on Spirit R).
F190-51-031 RHF (x1)
F190-51-041 LHF (x1)

Lower front Fog Lights trim strip (the S2 chrome bits are painted black on Spirit R).
F266-50-C12 RH
F266-50-C22 LH

* Only made for JDM and ADR Right Hand Drive specified cars, not technically for LHD North American specification Series 2's and R3's, mainly the front headlamp flasher design standards (colour), also will require modifications to your existing LHD NA Globe Wiring Looms which are also different between LHD and RHD.
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I can't believe they really replaced all that stuff! Especially when they are killing the car off next year. Plus, the price of the car never went up in 7 yrs of production.
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^^^ This is what the Series I RX-8 should of been... no price hike because of the horrible rotary rep and makes they know this is what the first series 8 should have been....
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Normal practice for Mazda to update all "issues" in the next series of ANY model Mazda, same happened to MX-5, Mazda 2,3,6, CX-7 and 9..

Yes, there is obviously a production/research and tooling cost associated with all the changes, however, failing to address all the issues will cost Mazda (and any good car company) more, Not to make the changes.

As far as price variations, all Mazda's are made for the World market, not just the USA, and believe me there have been plenty of price hikes in Australia, UK and Europe over the life of the 8.

You guys in the US are very lucky you pay so little for Mazda's and the RX-8.
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Well I have discover another little "secret" on the S2 models.
The undertray has a small lip spoiler on the front part. Anyone care to guess why it is there---I know but aint telling. And its damn smart of mazda to add it.
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Things that make you go hmmm?
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did anyone notice S2's gearbox has a syncroed reverse?
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Originally Posted by jasonrxeight View Post
did anyone notice S2's gearbox has a syncroed reverse?
Yes..it has..
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Underhood heat has always been a concern/ problem with our cars
S2 was faced having even more heat trapped in the engine bay as the oil pan area was now being covered etc. These additional covers would further impede engine bay airflow exit. So how to address this?
You add a small spoiler which causes a low pressure area under the car as airflow goes by. This helps to draw engine bay heat out! Sweet.
The GOOD THING ABOUT THIS is that it will also work on the S1 and should have even a better effect!
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You got pics of this?
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I seem to recall reading something from Racing Beat recommending something like this for the RX-8, and using the Corvette for comparison (as a car that has it).
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Hey Olddragger ...

If it is in the pic I posted I cant see it, and I am not 100% sure these will fit S1 as the bumper design is slightly different...unless someone actually tries it, they LOOK the same, but I am guessing the front lip or shape "may' be different to S1.

And yes the Alloy Oil Pan Cover (expensive, $325) has grooves around it, but to me they just look like strengtheners for pan plate..??

The ones Under Oil Coolers were on S1, maybe not the first early ones made, like your S1?

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1. they made the car uglier
2. they made oil changes harder
3. they made it so some aftermarket pieces won't fit. Even an oil cap from the earlier cards won't fit the S2.
4. they gave it new cheap, high-wear cloth upholstery
5. the clutch bracket is affixed with elmers glue. oops not a change.
6. they claimed the new car is 90 lbs lighter--an outright lie.
7. they changed enough pieces that the dealership mechanics won't possibly know about all of them and will screw things up.
8. they made the oil cooler openings even more susceptible to rocks
9. they added a steeper rear end which does nothing to improve the acceleration so why bother?
10. they added a trianguated strut bar in which the part attached to the firewall has all the rigidity of wet lunguine so why bother?
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Originally Posted by Beefy98 View Post
1. they made the car uglier
2. they made oil changes harder
3. they made it so some aftermarket pieces won't fit. Even an oil cap from the earlier cards won't fit the S2.
4. they gave it new cheap, high-wear cloth upholstery
5. the clutch bracket is affixed with elmers glue. oops not a change.
6. they claimed the new car is 90 lbs lighter--an outright lie.
7. they changed enough pieces that the dealership mechanics won't possibly know about all of them and will screw things up.
8. they made the oil cooler openings even more susceptible to rocks
9. they added a steeper rear end which does nothing to improve the acceleration so why bother?
10. they added a trianguated strut bar in which the part attached to the firewall has all the rigidity of wet lunguine so why bother?
1.In your opinion
2.No, you can Still DRAIN oil like S1, Oil Filter location is different, but at least ALL oil is now filtered, unlike all previous rotaries...where Oil can be by-passed (back in oil pan) before it goes near a filter.
3. A FoMoCo Ford Cap will now fit.
4. Did they?, my GT is all leather with no crapy hard plastic Front Seat Back like S1.
7. Mazda change parts for a reason to fix issues, like all their Models, go check out RX-7 Parts.
8. OOOh, Oil is cooled better.
9. Um, doesn't it...really I guess you know.
10. Firewall was also strengthened as was Front and Rear Strut Towers.


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