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Question I Need a good oil pan! Bad!! Which one?

I really want to go ahead and get a new oil pan and not fool with welding a bung into my stock one..any advice or suggestions as to which pans yall are running?


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i run a stock pan with the fitting welded in. but had a buddy run a canton 7qt pan but had probs with it hitting the ground when the front end came down a little to hard...besides that he was fine.


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Ive got a humberger's 7 quart and it fits good.

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CFR does look good..and so does the milodon. I need one with a drain back fitting, does that come on the CFR or do i need to call and see if they can weld one in?

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When do u need an aftermarket pan?
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He doesn't need one ever lol.
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When do you need an aftermarket pan?? hmm when you want 7 quarts of oil to keep it cooler and slow the deterioration down. And when u dont want to weld a fitting in

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When do you need an aftermarket pan?? hmm when you want 7 quarts of oil to keep it cooler and slow the deterioration down. And when u dont want to weld a fitting in
On my old green car I ran a Moroso and did so on two motors with two different turbo kits. I had to weld a plate on it so I could thread the return fitting into it. I think the big thing to consider is will whatever pan you select get in the way of the turbo kit. I had to tweak the crossover tube on one kit.


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