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Re: oil pan

Post  69F100 on July 14th 2018, 11:55 am

I bought a moroso fox pan 60625 pan off Amazon for $175 new. Should have it by Tuesday John what pick up you use with your pan.
 I checked bearings they still look brand new check my oil light it comes on at 30psi but might move it away from my oil gauge it puts a glare on the gauge when it comes on so I may have not lost all oil pressure
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Post  Paul Kane on July 15th 2018, 11:54 am

I see you’ve bought a pan already, just wanted to suggest adding a quart to your existing setup and see what that tells you.  Also good that your oil pressure warning light comes on while you still have (low) pressure.

Laslty, when it comes to full-length drag pans no-one mentioned Armando’s. I’m not only pleased with their pans in general but I specifically like their pickup tubes which are 7/8” diameter rather than the typical 3/4” diameter jokes that come with most rear sump commercial pans.
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Post  69F100 on July 15th 2018, 3:30 pm

Paul Kane wrote:I see you’ve bought a pan already, just wanted to suggest adding a quart to your existing setup and see what that tells you.  Also good that your oil pressure warning light comes on while you still have (low) pressure.

Laslty, when it comes to full-length drag pans no-one mentioned Armando’s. I’m not only pleased with their pans in general but I specifically like their pickup tubes which are 7/8” diameter rather than the typical 3/4” diameter jokes that come with most rear sump commercial pans.
I was going to try to add another quart but decided to load it up and check the bottom end after the light came on. It needed a better pan any way mine was all open no baffles doors or windage tray.
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