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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Jul 20th, 14, 01:20 PM Thread Starter
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BBC oil pan

Im in the process of having a 565ci bilt for my 69.The car will have a stock a stock sub frame, and I'll also be running the ride tech true steer. Any recommendations for an oil pan that will have a large enough oil capacity for the HP, that wont cause clearance issues? Thanks

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old Jul 20th, 14, 02:02 PM
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Re: BBC oil pan

Call Stef's, they probably have one that will fit or they can make it.

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Thanks Steve. How is Stefs?

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Thanks Steve. How is Stefs?
They are really nice oil pans. My block has spread pan rails and they had a pan in stock that fit with a stock subframe.




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Re: BBC oil pan

Got it thanks

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They are really nice oil pans. My block has spread pan rails and they had a pan in stock that fit with a stock subframe.



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Wow What's that worth
I think it was around $700.

'69 Camaro - 429 SBC Dart Iron Eagle 9.325" block, Crower crank, Crower 6" billet rods, Ross pistons (10:1), Total Seal rings, AFR 245 heads, T&D steel body shaft rockers, Cloyes Timing set, custom ground 4-7 swap solid roller 274/286 @ .050" with .704" lift, Dart single plane, Holley Dominator EFI on E85, Injector Dynamics ID2000 Injectors, Stef's #1705R oil pan, F2 Procharger, Lemons 2" primary 4" collector, ATI 9" blower converter
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