Holley 302-3BK GM LS Swap Oil Pan Features:
- Additional oil pan to chassis clearance around the front half of the oil pan like the Holley 302-2BK (sold separately) but also fits the 1978-1993 Ford Mustang, and 1979-1986 Mercury Capri
- The rear Sump design provides extra chassis and steering rack clearance
- 5.6 qt. Oil capacity (6.1 qt. w/filter)
- (2) 1/2 in. NPT ports for turbocharger oil return
- OEM oil filter mounting
- OEM oil cooler port
- OEM engine NVH suppression
- OEM flange gasket
- OEM bell-housing attachment
- Maximum clearance for vehicles with rear steer (steering linkage behind cross member)
- Cast aluminum
- Black finish
Holley 302-3BK GM LS Swap Oil Pan Fitment:
- Engine location may need to be adjusted for crossmember or steering linkage clearance
- Holley Oil Pan Baffle Kit 302-12 (sold separately) may be used for additional oil control
- Chevrolet Performance Windage Tray 12558253 (sold separately) may be used but modifications to the windage tray are required to provide clearance for the pick-up tube
- A full-length windage tray may be used if the front quarter of the tray is removed
- Requires Holley Oil Dipstick and Tube 302-15 (sold separately)
- Requires Jegs 555-83325 oil pan bolts (sold separately) or equivalent
- Uses JEGS 555-210890 oil pan gasket (sold separately) or equivalent
- Compatible with JEGS 555-JG113 oil filter (sold separately) or equivalent
LS Engine Swaps Made Simple!
GM's LS engines are popular since they make great power, but the original LS pans don't always fit or are too low for today's lowered hot rods. Holley's LS Retrofit Engine Oil Pans provide maximum chassis and ground clearance.
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