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Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  tfsbbf466 on March 4th 2013, 7:31 pm

I'm in the market for a good fox style pan for my 514. I was looking at the Moroso 20620 with the 24509 pick up but Jegs and the Moroso website say it only works with 4 bolt main SVO blocks. Is this true? If so what pan do I need for a stock block up to a 4.5 stroke crank?

http://www.jegs.com/i/Moroso/710/20620/10002/-1?parentProductId=

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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  Lem Evans on March 4th 2013, 7:34 pm

20625 is a better pan.

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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  bbf-falcon on March 4th 2013, 8:05 pm

Lem Evans wrote:20625 is a better pan.

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Post  bigblockfox468 on March 4th 2013, 9:09 pm

bbf-falcon wrote:
Lem Evans wrote:20625 is a better pan.

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Is that known as the Moroso Eliminator pan?
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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  bbf-falcon on March 5th 2013, 8:12 am

Maybe,but i've not heard it called that.

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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  tfsbbf466 on March 5th 2013, 8:22 am

What makes it so much better? Does it work with a stock 2 bolt block? This is a street truck that sees a decent amount of track time. I was looking at buying this pan used but when I looked it up it says the pick up only works on 4 bolt main blocks. Looking for high 9s on spray.

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Post  hpwdboss1 on March 5th 2013, 10:16 am

Seriously, call moroso tech and they will answer all your questions. Very Happy
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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  Lem Evans on March 5th 2013, 10:23 am

tfsbbf466 wrote:What makes it so much better? Does it work with a stock 2 bolt block? This is a street truck that sees a decent amount of track time. I was looking at buying this pan used but when I looked it up it says the pick up only works on 4 bolt main blocks. Looking for high 9s on spray.

It's better in that it has the screens etc. in side the pan [20625]. The pickup will work 2 or 4 bolt main.

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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  bbf-falcon on March 5th 2013, 11:07 am

It also has a oil dip stick. imo thats a plus.Although some don't think keeping check on the oil is that necessary.I'm one that does. Smile

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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  tfsbbf466 on March 5th 2013, 2:49 pm

hpwdboss1 wrote: Seriously, call moroso tech and they will answer all your questions. Very Happy
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It says only works with 4 bolt main blocks on their site so I'm sure someone on here has more experience with the pan then the Moroso tech guy. It looks like both pans have a dipstick provision to me. I guess you convinced me to spend more money haha.

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Post  bbf-falcon on March 5th 2013, 6:30 pm

I don't know why they are saying that it's just for 4bolt blocks,because my falcon had one on it when I got the car,and it had a 2bolt block in it. It doesn't have a windage tray or a dip stick tube.

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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  tfsbbf466 on July 28th 2013, 6:02 pm

So I bought a 20625 Moroso pan used and the matching 24508 pick up new and when I mocked it up last night the pan wouldn't even sit flat on the rails after test fitting it. So I had to cut the mounting tab in half and weld it up shorter. Anyone else have this issue?

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Re: Moroso street/strip oil pan questions

Post  jbozzelle on July 28th 2013, 6:18 pm

Yes. I have the same pan/pickup. I had to modify the pickup tube to keep it a safe distance off the bottom of the pan. No biggie... Cut, weld, tubing bender, etc... Whatever it takes.

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