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Rotax 503 | 582 99/17 Ul Engine Exhaust System Configuration: Straight Parts

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No. Rotax Part Number Description Qty Req. 503 UL Qty Req. 582 UL PN Price Buy
3941-615 CAPSTAN SCREW M8X1X1022
15-03266
$6.00
Quantity
7951-150 BRACKET2
15-03407
$7.75
Quantity
11945-752 LOCK WASHER A846
15-03360
$0.13
Quantity
12840-991 ALLEN SCREW M8X3046
15-01154
$0.88
Quantity
Subtotal $0.00
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- Items not illustrated
  • a   without hooks
  • b   with hooks
  • c   see SI-2ST-002


Explanations of symbols and statements in part number charts:
  • N = Newly introduced part number
  • s.v. = Still valid. Part was replaced by compatible component and can not be supplied any longer by the producer. Existing stock may be used.
  • AR = As required. This generally refers to shims, hose, wires, and cable. Measure the amount you need before ordering. Many times there will be multiple listings of different lengths with the same part number. Use individual part descriptions to determine the proper length needed.
  • n.a or NLA = No longer available, no replacement from Rotax. Part is no longer available due to incompatibility to current production or unavailability of part.
  • CALL = Please call for price, 800-247-9653

Notes

No.
Status
Part No.
Description
447
503
582
m90
582
m99
618
Price
8
N.A.
EXHAUST MANIFOLD ASSY.,  
1d
 
NLA
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