Tray has a notch to allow the pickup to exit the oil pump without interference. This tray will work with all oil pans including stock. Block bolt holes must be trapped with a flat nose tap as deep as possible so we achieve maximum thread engagement as welll as keeping the stud as short as possible to avoid oil pan interference.
Milodon Windage Trays are specially designed with contours and louvers that permits rapid return of oil to the sump. Windage Trays provide optimum protection against oil splash-back onto the crankshaft and bearings which will result in less drag, better oil consumption and increase in power. These windage trays are ideal for all street and strip applications and are an easy, affordable way to add power to your engine.
Installation Kits: Are required to properly mount the windage tray assembly. The adjustable mounting position allows the tray to work at its maximum potential by being as close as possible to the rotating assembly (min.100'') and to avoid any unnecessary interference with the oil pan.
- Designed with contours and louvers
- Permits rapid oil return to sump
- Optimum protection against oil splash-back
- Less oil drag on crankshaft and bearings
- Ideal for all street and strip applications
- Increases horsepower
- Installation kit is required (sold seperately)
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