|10-19-2008 09:42 AM|
|GMR||thanks Curtis and Glen.|
|10-18-2008 02:40 PM|
Pan came 'in the white' so I painted it Chevy orange.
Pan fit ok, but the scraper was hitting a couple of crank throws. Bent down the scraper a little, with a ball pein hammer, until I got clearance.
One extra qt. of oil is what I wanted and got.
|10-17-2008 02:34 PM|
No worries in my stock LT1 pan with a 3.75" crank. Some guys even go with a 3.800" crank in a stock pan.
I'm sure it varies with the pan design, but they seem to be fine in most applications.
|10-17-2008 01:47 PM|
|10-16-2008 10:48 AM|
|richard stewart 3rd||
I did one for a 87 camaro & used the stock pan with no interference, it was a scat stroker Assembly.
|10-16-2008 10:43 AM|
i have a eagle 3.750 crank and h-beam rods and it hit the oem pan...so you may need after market pan....i dont know what pan i have except that it is a racing pan....it came with the short block
|10-16-2008 08:48 AM|
stroker clearanced oil pan
When building a sbc 383 (350 block, Scat crank, 3.75 stroke) is a stroker clearanced oil pan usually needed?