Chevy Big Block
The oil pan serves as the reservoir for the engine's oil. It is designed to hold the amount of oil that is needed to lubricate the engine when it is running, plus a reserve. The oil pan helps to cool the oil thru its contact with the outside air. Dress up your oil system with a oil pan from Speedmaster.
Enhance the Appearance of Your Oiling System
Speedmaster Oil Pans have a high-quality cast aluminum or steel construction with a polished, black painted, or zinc-plated finish for a dressed-up look. These application-specific pans will hold the correct amount of oil needed for proper engine lubrication.
Speedmaster Oil Pan Gaskets can handle the extreme vacuum and pressure demands that performance engines produce in the oil pan. These cellulose/nitrile gaskets provide excellent tensile strength and superior blow-out resistance. A latex coating conforms to surface irregularities for a tight seal.
Will this oil pan fit an early camaro or chevelle w/gen5/6 454 motor
I would like to know how deep this oil pan is, and would it fit in a 3rd generation camaro?
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