Speedway 57-79 Chevy Claimer Oil Pan w/ Inspect Plug, LH Dipstick
Chevy Small Block V8, Wet Sump Sump Style, 6 quarts Liquid Measurement, Steel, 7.25" Depth
- Fits 1957 to 1979 small block Chevy engines with a LH dipstick location
- The oil pan has two oil control gates, one for oil going forward and one for oil going to the right side kick out
- 1" inspection plug is welded to left side to meet rule requirements
- Metric (G body) applications will need to raise the engine mounts to clear the front of the oil pan
- Intended specifically for left hand turn circle track cars
Speedway's claimer oil pan is our best-selling circle-track pan. Low cost, high quality pan designed for the budget racer. Six quart capacity, 7-1/4" deep with two gates for oil flow control. Fits with stock or mini starter. S/B Chevy. Will not fit rear steer cars unless the engine has been moved back.
- 5-13/16" center-to-center of rear bolt holes
- Has 1" NPT bung pre-welded with plug.
- Meets 2011 IMCA rules.
NotesThese pans have two gates in them. One for oil going forward, one for oil headed to the right side kick out.
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