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 Post Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 5:44 pm 
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WHO and what is the BEST oil pan for the money for a 9" pump? I need to gain a few ponies but it needs to be 9 inches deep to work with my billet pump. I see that Moroso doesn't make one for a 9" deep sump pan, but I think they will make one for me. I don't care if I have to modify the frame crossmember either or change to a Mustang rack & pinion setup as I am heading in the rack direction next off season anyway, I just want the best pan money can buy to give more ponies and have the pass. side kickout just below the pan rail and all the bells and whisles to boot. I am looking at Canton pans also as I have one of these already. Oh, aluminum also is desired. I think I may have to go with an Olsen, or Johnston pan and it needs to fit a Mark IV block.
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 Post subject: Re: Oil pan
 Post Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 6:41 pm 
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Moroso or Johnstons if you ask me. There's another really good one out there as well but I can't remember their name..........Starts with a "W" I think.......

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 Post subject: Re: Oil pan
 Post Posted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 8:07 am 
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Hey john, I just put a moroso eliminator pan in the vega and it looks like a nice piece, I got a billet oil pump also but it is a moroso so it fits the pan fine, but the crossmember had to go so we moved it forward


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It's a cool place to visit.. Almost across the street from Jesel..
For being right here in Jersey I don't see alot of there pans :-k ...

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