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What are you 94-95 guys running for oil pans? I want FRPP pan!

Hey guys, what road race oil pans are you running in your 94-95 302's with stock K-Members?

I want to run the newer FRPP drs302 pan ( https://m.summitracing.com/parts/fms-m6675drs302 ) but I saw someone say that it may possibly have swaybar interference in a 94-95 mustang. HOPEFULLY one of you are running this pan and can inform me......if not, what are you running?


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Nobody here running this pan on their 94-95?


91 Road Racing Fox. N/A 383W. Full MM setup front and rear with Bilstein coil-overs. 14x1.25 Wilwood 6 piston fronts with Wilwood 13x1 single piston rears.
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Be a while before I get this pan for my car. Would like to know the answer to this as well, as I have a larger Eibach bar. However, looking at pics of this pan, I think there should be ample clearance.
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I am running the Canton road race pan... it fits well and seals up with a one piece gasket.

I can see how that FRPP pan may interfere with the sway bar... the front of the Canton pan appears to be the same as a stock pan while the FRPP appears to be a larger fabricated sump.
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