Small Block Chevy
- Fits most chassis (except 1962-67 Chevy II, V8 Vega and Monza)
- Accepts up to 4.125 in. stroke with most steel rods
- Kicked-out style sump provides additional ground clearance
- Trap door baffle for improved oil control
- Compatible with most starter/flywheel combinations
- Will clear most stock exhaust
- Will clear Borla, Hedman and Hooker headers
Note: Oil pan capacities do not include oil filter capacity
- 710-24170 -- Fits Moroso Small Block Chevy Race Pump 710-22101 and Stock Style Pumps
- 710-24350 -- Fits Moroso Small Block Chevy HV Race Pump No 710-22111 and Stock Style Hi-Volume pumps
- 710-24320 -- Fits Moroso Big Block Chevy Race Pump Nos 710-22150, 710-22160, or 710-22162 and Mellings 689-M77HV
- 710-24360 -- Fits Mellings 689-M155HV
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.
will this pan work with a v8 swap in 85 2 wheel drive s10?
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