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    Default Canton, Dooley, Miloden, or ??

    SBC 400 being built. I want the right pan. Please tell me. 3pt mount on a Berkeley. Thank you ~

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    I知 partial to Armando痴 myself... but might be overkill if not racing. He does REALLY nice work.

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    Really? Yes this is a family boat more or less, I just want to know what the good SBC pans are, in case something used turns up. Thank you

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    Canton has a nice pan good welds ,Plus check there clearance section you can get lucky and get one at half price that someone ordered wrong and sent back
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    Slinging Lead on and off the water for over 40 YRS

    82 18' Crusader Tunnel SOLD ,
    00 23' Mako 232 fish killer,SOLD
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    quite a few pans on canton web site in the garage sale area https://www.cantonracingproducts.com...blem_list.html
    11-076T
    SBC CT PRO POWER PAN 1 PC SEAL
    DISCONTINUED
    $312.80
    11-120
    SBC 12" LONG SUMP CT PAN
    Old style pan must use short filter
    $199.75
    11-120T
    SBC 12" L. CT PAN 1 PC SEAL
    Dipstick rewelded not replated
    $216.24
    11-190
    SBC OPEN CHASSIS CT PAN, 6.5" DEEP
    Sump Crooked
    $218.96
    13-600
    302 STOCK ELIMINATOR OIL PAN
    POWDERCOATED
    $153.00
    15-286A
    LS NEXT FRONT SUMP ALUMINUM RR OIL PAN
    Scratched
    $550.80
    15-580
    HOLDEN V-8 FRONT SUMP STREET STRIP OIL PAN
    Ugly Welds
    $235.28
    16-080T
    S. B. CHEVY '86+ 10" DEEP SUMP TRUCK PAN
    Blemished
    $293.08
    16-100
    SBC S10 CONVERSION PAN
    Fixed weld and lumpy powder
    $173.40
    16-100T
    SBC S10 CONVER. PAN 1PC SEAL
    Dented Corner
    $173.40
    16-330
    BBC MK IV DEEP SUMP TRUCK PAN
    Dented
    $208.08
    16-330T
    BBC Deep Sump Pan
    Used, Powdercoating beat up
    $208.08
    18-302
    BBC F.L. Sump Marine Pan 1PC Seal
    Seal out of Round, Still Seals
    $208.08
    Slinging Lead on and off the water for over 40 YRS

    82 18' Crusader Tunnel SOLD ,
    00 23' Mako 232 fish killer,SOLD
    78 19' Eliminator Daytona SOLD
    16 19' Predator/Cheyenne

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    18-100T is the one from tham I need I think - didnt know about their garage sale - THANKS!

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/55-79-SBC-C...VZ7lHy&vxp=mtr

    I used one of these (or one like it, think it was made by Kevco) when I did the SBC for my jet. Just an option.

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    And what about Hamburger ?

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    None of them. You will have windage and pressure problems with all of them. Get a good custom kick out pan from Williams or Dan Olsen. That box style pan idea for a jet boat is garbage. If you spin less than 5000 rpm you値l be ok. Anything more than 4.00 stroke you値l find out the hard way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boat 405 View Post
    None of them. You will have windage and pressure problems with all of them. Get a good custom kick out pan from Williams or Dan Olsen. That box style pan idea for a jet boat is garbage. If you spin less than 5000 rpm you値l be ok. Anything more than 4.00 stroke you値l find out the hard way.
    I do not plan to exceed 5000 RPM. Is a $400 pan overkill? (SBC 400 is 3.75 stroke)

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    For what your doing ,I would be looking for a Dooley or Canton

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    You could also take a look at Stef's oil pans very nice pan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennisnyc40 View Post
    You could also take a look at Stef's oil pans very nice pan.
    X2 on Stef's. Got an affordable Marine pan on my sbc 400 in front of my dominator and it hasn't rusted out yet. (Aluminum)


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    thank you !

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