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    Default V drive oil pan

    What v drive pans have the windage tray on the pan not the main studs? Also who likes what pan for what reasons? Going in a lake hot rod....

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    Armando pans is what a went with after bringing up the topic on the boards. It's a good read:

    http://www.performanceboats.com/dyno...e-oil-pan.html

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    Stefs will fab the pan out of steel or aluminum, same price.
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    Well, it looks like I need a new pan as well. Was using a Dooley on my 496 turbo motor in my cruiser, but it's not going to work with the new Dart block so.......anyone have a GOOD pan for sale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschool View Post
    Well, it looks like I need a new pan as well. Was using a Dooley on my 496 turbo motor in my cruiser, but it's not going to work with the new Dart block so.......anyone have a GOOD pan for sale?
    Wanna sell yours, im using a gm block.

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    V-drive cruiser.

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    Curious why this pan won't work on a Dart unless the pan is for a Gen motor.



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    Quote Originally Posted by hondoboat View Post
    Wanna sell yours, im using a gm block.
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Curious why this pan won't work on a Dart unless the pan is for a Gen motor.
    Pan was on a 4 block and mounted using main bolts with stand offs. The Dart block has a different bolt pattern. I talked to ARP and I guess I could make it work, but it would be really half assed and pricey. Figured I'd be better off going with a new setup. It's only money right?

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    Hondoboat you have a PM

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