Deep-Sump Oil Pans Maximize Engine Performance
Milodon Street/Strip Oil Pans are designed to provide maximum performance for your vehicle. These well-engineered oil pans release additional horsepower, increase engine life and oil control. Deep sumps provide ample oil supply and low profiles provide maximum ground clearance (clears stock chassis, steering, and most headers as listed). Street/Strip Oil Pans are a necessity where high-volume oil pumps and increased RPM ranges are used.
Low-profile "triangulated" sump design gives both adequate ground clearance and sufficient oil capacity for any high-performance use. This pan is equally suited for use on the street or strip. Oil control baffles 100% subdue oil movement and provide increased horsepower.
Street/Strip: Low-Profile Stroker
High-horsepower output design, front of the oil pan is deeper to allow the use of a full-length, competition-style tray (Tray is attached in the pan by quick-release fasteners to allow easy removal). The pan fits stock cross members without modification, as well as stock starters and oil filters.
Street/Strip: Street Performance
Appearing stock on the outside contains sufficient horizontal baffling to 100% control oil movement. Pan mounted windage tray provides increased power yet requires no mounting to the block. A complete low-cost performance package with a magnetic drain plug.
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