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05-30-2012 05:58 AM
cdminter59
Moroso oil pan

It's going in a 67 Camaro. I mainly want opinions on the internals of the oil pan such as windage screen, crank scraper, trap door baffling, etc. Has anyone used pans like this and had any problems such as oiling for piston skirts,etc.
05-29-2012 04:51 PM
BOBCRMAN@aol.com You didn't say what body you intend to use.. You will find that a lot of these custom pans will not fit G-body cars.
05-29-2012 04:42 PM
cdminter59
Big block chevy oil pans

I would like to hear some opinions on using a Moroso #20403 oil pan. This is to be used on a 1971 454 block with 496 Cid internals. I am also going to use recommended oil pump & pickup. Here is some of the info listed for it: Engine Application: Mark IV style (except Gen V and Gen VI)
Fits: Most chassis except 1962-67 Chevy II, V8 Vega/Monza and 1955-57 Chevy

Kicked-out sump and crank scraper
Uni-directional windage screen
Rear anti-climb baffle
Trap door baffling for improved oil control
Notched pan rails accept strokes up to 4.50" with most aluminum rods
Compatible with most starter/flywheel combinations

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