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You will have to be specific with model, year, and place of vehicle manufacture to obtain what you need. A picture too would be ideal! ;)
 

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megazip.net or amayama.com - start by entering your chassis/VIN number to ensure you get the correct part.
 

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Here is the parts catalog - you have the SE416 engine, and assuming that you are in the US, your market is E03. Go to the proper year of your car, then get the part number for the LSPV for your vehicle. Amayama uses the part number (you won’t be able to search their website just with your vehicle info), or you can search the internet with the part number. In looking through that catalogue, it appears that they only show the LSPV in the 89/90 models, and the part number is 51930-60A20.
 

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Judging from the flag, he's in St.Lucia - there's no telling what market that car was built for.
 

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If it’s any help, the catalog also lists Santana parts, and the LSPV part number is the same:
 

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Then plug your VIN number in this site page link below and that will lead to a parts listing in all likelihood. From there you will obtain the correct part number for which to hopefully Google search out an availability on what you need.

And if you are in the Carribean as suspected, a Suzuki Parts Dealer is listed here that you can contact as well...
 

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You need to figure out, if possible, what market the car was built for. For example, I have an old Suzuki EPC - it indicates Escudo parts for Barbados, and the LSPV for that model would be 51930-65D10. So an entirely different part number. Perhaps an alternative would be, what is wrong with your LSPV assembly? And is it possible for you to upload a photo of yours?
 

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As an alternative to the (VERY pricey) OEM LSPV, at the bottom of this page is a valve which is adjustable. Meant for rear disc conversion but could also be used to replace the LSPV. Set it once & be done. It won't 'load sense' like the OEM valve but it will adjust so your rear brakes don't lock up under heavy braking.

 
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