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Old 09-23-2006, 02:38 PM
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SBC 383 Oil Pan Problem???

I have an 84 chevy 350 block that has a 2 piece seal. I got an Eagle 383 Storker kit for this block but heres my problem. It goin in an S10 pickup and they make speacial pans for this. Heres the pans they make

Pre 79 blocks 2 piece seal Driver side dipstick

87-up 1 piece seal passeners side dip stick

They dont make a pan for 80-86 so neways i started looking for regular pans but i cant find a pan that will have stroker clearence (3.75 with Eagle rods) and fits a 84 block. Every stroker pan is pre 79????

What can i do??

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I have an 84 chevy 350 block that has a 2 piece seal. I got an Eagle 383 Storker kit for this block but heres my problem. It goin in an S10 pickup and they make speacial pans for this. Heres the pans they make

Pre 79 blocks 2 piece seal Driver side dipstick

87-up 1 piece seal passeners side dip stick

They dont make a pan for 80-86 so neways i started looking for regular pans but i cant find a pan that will have stroker clearence (3.75 with Eagle rods) and fits a 84 block. Every stroker pan is pre 79????

What can i do??
Are you sure you need a stroker pan? The 3.75 stroke came in a 400 block and its the same size as a 350 other than bore and being siamesed. He!! I've put regular pans on a 383 in a monte carlo before.
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Even the small front sump Nova pan will clear a 3.75" stroke crank.
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