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Old 03-14-2006, 05:55 AM
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Calling V8 S10 Guys!! Need Oil pan help???

I have an 89xcab s10 2wd. I am building a 383 Stroker engine for it and need an oil pan. All i have been able to find is 4wd pans or pan that needs a 1 piece seal. My engine is an 84 and has a 2 piece seal. What pans r u running??

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Old 03-14-2006, 06:28 AM
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v-8 S-10 oil pan

I am running a 400 small block in mine, using a stock 72 impala pan. thats what I pulled the engine from,and it fits my S-10 chassis fine. I also had a 350 in the truck and used the pan that came with the engine,I forget what it was out of. It depends how low your engine is mounted, but I have done several of these swaps and have never had any oil pan clearance problems.
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Old 03-14-2006, 06:52 PM
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I thought any rear sump pan would work as long as it's not 4wd. Last two I did were with junkyard pans.
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We tried using a deep sump kick out pan on my brothers V8 s 10. Would not fit. We had to use a stock style v8 pan. Im sure theres another kind you can use but this was my experience.
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The Canton deep sump with the baffles wont fit, I had to use a stock pan on mine.

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I guess my only option is a stock style pan. I was wanting like a 7 or 8 quart pan but stock will have to due. Should i run a standard or high volume oil pump?? I was goin to buy a bigger pan so id have extra oil for high volume but i dono what to run with stock pan????
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Old 03-15-2006, 09:50 PM
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I aslo run a stock car pan. Haven't tried anything else.
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Just run a stock-volume oil pump if you are going to run a stock-capacity oil pan. You will pump the pan dry at high rpms with a high volume pump. Milodon makes a stock-replacement pan (pan #30701) if you can't find a stock pan for your 80-85 block.
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Just saw this - 7qt. pan for S10 chassis.
P/N's 697-31080 and 697-31082
http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/store...0457&langId=-1
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I have found some oil pans like the one about but heres my problem. My block is an 84. There is pre79 and 86 and up pan. What about 80-85????
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Anyone ever used the Milodin Low Profile Stroker Pan?? Will it fit in an s10??
Its a 8 1/4 sump and 7 quart pan. part #30908
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I have a 1987-1995 350 TBI motor in mine, using the stock pan. Using Trans-Dapt mounts.
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