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fairlaniac
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 110
posted December 18, 2002 11:41 AM  
Are there any stock oil pans for a SBC that have more than 5 quart capacity? Must fit in a '82 Monte. What to look for?

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redneck racing
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Total posts: 860
posted December 18, 2002 05:45 PM  
Dont know if there are any bigger pans but i use a stock pan with a kit from Speedway i weld on to turn it into a 7 quart racing pan. Eddie

teamstertom
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 149
posted December 18, 2002 07:04 PM  
Check out www.kevko.net. I am going to buy a pan from him. Looks like a nice product line.

fastrack1
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 145
posted December 18, 2002 07:31 PM  
I HAVE USED THE STOCK APPEARING PAN FROM MOROSO- CHAMP AND CRP PRODUCTS WITH A M55A PUMP NO PROBLEMS ALL WILL WORK WITH NO PROBLEM

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x factor
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 34
posted December 24, 2002 09:03 AM  
I'm sure that some would not believe it but, I have competed in 4 seasons using a completely stock pan and run 6 quarts and a stock volume pump. At idle it maintains 60 psi, and while on the gas it has always maintaned 80 psi. I have not blown up or spun bearings in this motor as of yet. It is the same motor I started with and it got new bearing after the second year, the crank has only been polished.

Eljojo
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Total posts: 968
posted December 24, 2002 07:48 PM  
I've got a stock appearing Kevco that has a couple of gates and a scraper built into it. I like Kevco pans--I've seen several of my competitors with oil leaks due to cheap claimer pans breaking; either at the front where the pan rolls under at the timing cover seal or where a baffle was spot welded. Cheap oil pans are generally just that---cheap!

Pickel
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Total posts: 784
posted December 26, 2002 09:10 AM  
I run a stock pan on my bomber for years. I just ran a quart over on the oil. I never had a problem.

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