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Canton Racing 11-900 2.3 Ford Engine Saver Rear Sump Oil Pan, Stock
Canton Racing 11-900 2.3 Ford Engine Saver Rear Sump Oil Pan, Stock

Canton Racing 11-900 2.3 Ford Engine Saver Rear Sump Oil Pan, Stock

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Canton Racing 11-900 2.3 Ford Engine Saver Rear Sump Oil Pan, Stock
Canton Racing 11-900 2.3 Ford Engine Saver Rear Sump Oil Pan, Stock
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Sump Style:
Wet Sump
Liquid Measurement:
5 quarts
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
MFG. Part #:
11-900
Depth:
7.00"
Oil Inspection Plug:
No
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It doesnt matter whether you have a bone stock engine or a 500 HP killer. If the oil system isnt up to task, its trashed! Dont put a cheap oil pan on any engine! These Canton Racing oil pans feature anti-slosh baffling, trap doors, crank scraper, and a magnetic drain plug. 

This Circle Track stock appearing rear sump is for ‘74-`97 2300cc OHC Ford engines. It is stock depth with a 5 quart system capacity. Stock dimensions are capacity are retained, but Cantons specially designed baffling system ensures increased oil control.  Magnetic drain plug.

  • 7" Deep
  • 7-3/4" Wide


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