GM LS Series
- Use with O.E.M. Oil Pump Pickup, GM 12572654
- 710-22462 or O.E.M. Spin-On Oil Filter
- Accepts GM 12558253 Windage Tray with modification
- Thick Precision Laser-cut Steel Rail
- Clears 4.25" Stroke
- Race-proven Diamond Shape 4-Trap Door Assembly w/Removable Anti-slosh Baffle
- Oil Pan Design Moves Oil Away from the Rotating Assembly for Oil Control and Horsepower Saving
- Oil Pan Includes a Billet Aluminum Spin-On Oil Filter Adapter That Accepts a 22mm Thread. Moroso 22463 or O.E.M Oil Filter To Be Mounted In The Stock Location
- Fits GM LS Engine Conversions that require a Front Sump Oil Pan with a Spin-on Filter (check dimensions for clearance)
High-Performance Oil Pans
Moroso Street/Strip Oil Pans are for street-performance vehicles that occasionally see track time. Some tanks are modified with either a deep or a kicked-out sump for increased capacity to improve oil control under hard acceleration and help the engine run cooler. Moroso has designed these oil pans for simple bolt-on installation in a production chassis.
How many qt is the pan?
Will this fit a completely stock 2005 Pontiac GTO? I was under the impression the GTO pans needed to have that back piece that bolts to the transmission.
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