Eliminator Pans - Ford
Note: Oil pan capacities do not include oil filter capacity
Oil Pans to Maximize Your Engine's Performance
Available in both wet and dry sump versions, Moroso Drag Race Oil Pans are intended for the racer looking for maximum horsepower gain and oil control during straight-line acceleration.
Eliminator Pans: For the economy-minded racer. Eliminator oil pans improve oil control for solid horsepower gains. The large power kickout, integral crankshaft scraper, windage tray, and internal baffling ensure quick oil return to the pick-up area under the most severe racing conditions.
Pro Eliminator Oil Pans: Designed for ultra-high horsepower applications. These box style pans are the result of over 35 years of research and development. Pro Eliminator oil pans offer the right combination of oil control and power-producing features.
Ultra Pro Dry Sump Oil Pans: For racers who demand the very best! Ultra Pro Dry Sump oil pans offer the ultimate in dry sump technology and are available for 3, 4, 4-1/2, and 5 stage systems. These oil pans feature a maximum size power kickout, block high scraper, uni-directional windage tray screen, and special baffling.
Super Fueler Oil Pans: These oil pans were the first to break the 300 MPH barrier for nitro-burning and alcohol dragsters and funny cars. Super Fuel oil pans are available for both Chrysler and aftermarket blocks.
Note: All steel pans will have a clear zinc finish.
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