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Professional engine builders know that choosing the right oil pan is important for many reasons because horsepower can clearly be increased by choosing the correct oil pan. You must consider the engine compartment and space where the oil pan will be installed because the location of chassis components can be a problem with some oil pans. High performance oil pans are made to control the oil and keep the oil pump pickup in the oil at all times. When a drag racer accelerates it pushes oil to the back of the oil pan but road course or oval track race car push oil to the sides of the oil pan as well as the back. Dry Sump Oil pans are designed to evacuate the oil very quickly through the scavenge lines to the external oil pump. Having a minimum amount of oil in the oil pan reduces crankshaft windage and subsequently increases horsepower. This is a key reason that the most exotic race engines choose dry sump oiling system.

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Description: Engine Oil Pan, Oval Track, Rear Sump, 5 qt, 7 in Deep, Steel, Cadmium, Ford 2300, Each.
Item #: CAN11-910
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Description: Engine Oil Pan, Stock Appearing Oval Track, Rear Sump, 5 qt, 7 in Deep, Steel, Cadmium, Ford 2300, Each.
Item #: CAN11-900
Condition: New
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Professional engine builders know that choosing the right oil pan is important for many reasons because horsepower can clearly be increased by choosing the correct oil pan. You must consider the engine compartment and space where the oil pan will be installed because the location of chassis components can be a problem with some oil pans. High performance oil pans are made to control the oil and keep the oil pump pickup in the oil at all times. When a drag racer accelerates it pushes oil to the back of the oil pan but road course or oval track race car push oil to the sides of the oil pan as well as the back. Dry Sump Oil pans are designed to evacuate the oil very quickly through the scavenge lines to the external oil pump. Having a minimum amount of oil in the oil pan reduces crankshaft windage and subsequently increases horsepower. This is a key reason that the most exotic race engines choose dry sump oiling system.