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    In the market for a high capacity oil pan. PayPal ready does anyone have anything? also in the not to distant future will be looking for long tubes

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    I have a PIE pan and matching oil pick up I'm not using.
    And then there's that GiSM pan....LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adobedude View Post
    I have a PIE pan and matching oil pick up I'm not using.
    And then there's that GiSM pan....LOL
    In other words, do you want get shot in the left foot or the right foot....

    I can tell you from experience the GiSM pan will take a lot of work to make fit right and not leak, Also it isn't more than a 5qt. pan.
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    No high jack intended but is a deep oil pan really necessary? I need to drop the pan on mine and the engine has to come out to do it. Milodon 7 qt. pan. Thinking about putting the stocker back on.
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    I'll use the gism pan for some plants in my office, it's junk, it was part of a trade.
    I have a JM pan now, modified stocker, tons of clearance, fits like a glove, 7 quarts, 8 with my accumulator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikset View Post
    No high jack intended but is a deep oil pan really necessary? I need to drop the pan on mine and the engine has to come out to do it. Milodon 7 qt. pan. Thinking about putting the stocker back on.
    Depends on what you are doing, High rpm race engine then I would want a higher capacity kick out oil pan with scrappers and trap doors.
    Mild street truck standard volume oil pump and stock pan would be more than adequate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adobedude View Post
    I'll use the gism pan for some plants in my office, it's junk, it was part of a trade.
    I have a JM pan now, modified stocker, tons of clearance, fits like a glove, 7 quarts, 8 with my accumulator.
    The GiSM pan actually has some good points, the kickout is a very good design for oil control, the fit and finish of it is garbage and the lack of capacity is bullshit. I had to fix the mounting rail and add to the sump area, mine holds roughly 7 to 7.5 qts. of oil now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slammedR/T View Post
    Depends on what you are doing, High rpm race engine then I would want a higher capacity kick out oil pan with scrappers and trap doors.
    Mild street truck standard volume oil pump and stock pan would be more than adequate.
    I shift at 5800 and trap at 6100-6200 RPM so not spinning it real high. Plus I'm only at that higher RPM for a couple seconds before I lift. Think the stock pan with a standard volume pump would be OK?
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    david i will message you on the book of faces about the PIE pan
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    Last build I would shift and trap at 6800, and a lot of times I cross the line HARD on the brakes.
    New build....I Don't know, but it has more cow bell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adobedude View Post
    Last build I would shift and trap at 6800, and a lot of times I cross the line HARD on the brakes.
    New build....I Don't know, but it has more cow bell.

    I quit lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adobedude View Post
    I Don't know, but it has more cow bell.
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