Turbo LS Swap Low Profile Oil Pan, AN 10 Turbo Drain, OEM Filter
Universal Fit, Wet Sump Sump Style, Rear Sump Location, 7 quarts Liquid Measurement, 6" Depth
- Fits most muscle cars, trucks, and more from the '60s, '70s and '80s that were originally equipped with rear sump engines
- Simplifies turbo builds with a built in AN 10 turbo oil drain on the passenger side of the oil pan
- 6" deep sump with small kick outs on each side which increase capacity to 7 quarts for an abundant oil supply
- Oil filter adapter comes installed in stock location and uses AC Delco PF61 oil filter or equivalent
- Four baffles with trap doors forming a diamond shape in the center of sump ensures proper oil control for street and racing applications
- Fits a wide variety of 1960s-1980s RWD GM vehicles with rear sump oil pans
- Designed for Gen III and Gen IV LS wet sump applications
- Sump is 6 inches deep for increased ground clearance
- Pan depth at front half of pan is 1 5/8-inch for increased K-member/steering clearance
- 21-inch length overall with the sump 10-inches long
- 10 1/4-inches wide at sump kickouts
- Swap pan holds 7 quarts of oil for extended high rpm use
- Truck windage trays can be used with mild modification
- Fits stroker kits up to 4.125-inch stroke with OE connecting rod design
- Perfect swap pan for 4.8L, 5.3L, or 6.0L Vortec LS truck engines being installed into cars to increase ground clearance
- Anti-slosh baffles with four trap doors ensures oil is always around the pickup during acceleration and braking
- AN 10 oil return fitting welded to pan for single or twin turbo applications
- Pickup tube 9101745 is required for use with this oil pan
- Billet oil filter mount with 1/4-inch NPT port included, simplifying your LS swap
- We suggest oil pan gasket 91017451 to complete installation
- Uses stock oil filter AC Delco PF-61 or equivalent
Make Your Turbo LS Swap Happen Without the Hassle
There is no denying the appeal of the LS swap. GM’s LS family of engines is compact, lightweight, and makes great power. They are plentiful and cheap, and can be found in every RWD application GM has offered since the late ’90s, including performance cars like the Camaro, Corvette, GTO, and G8, and vans, SUVs, and trucks like the Trailblazer, SSR, and Silverado. Furthermore, the aftermarket has embraced the engine family, making an LS swap literally a weekend affair with such LS swap kit bits as engine mounts, headers, cooling system pieces, and of course turbo kits. Perhaps the most popular LS engine that people hang a turbo onto is the 5.3L truck offering, as they are the epitome of cheap and plentiful. Most are iron block, though there are aluminum block variants found in certain applications. When swapping most any LS engine you will more than likely need to update the oil pan for proper fitment into the chassis you are swapping into, but especially so with LS truck engines and their deeper oil pans. Realizing that many LS truck engines find a new home with a turbo (or two!) bolted to it, we created this oil pan just for you turbo fanatics with a 1/4-inch NPT oil feed port right on the oil filter adapter and a generous AN 10 oil drain return fitting already welded into the side of the pan! Our steel turbo LS swap oil pan is the perfect solution to your LS swap fitment needs, whether you need an LS3 low-profile oil pan, LS7 oil pan, or any other Gen III or Gen IV LS V8 engine with a turbo.
Built from The Best Materials to Last
The factory LS oil pan is cast aluminum, and while generally a strong alloy to create automotive components from, you will find excessive casting ribs and bosses to aid in that strength that can be troublesome for fitment in a swap situation. Not to mention if the pan hangs down too far and hits something the usual result is a shattered pan and loss of the sump’s contents and a ride home on the roll back. We make our LS swap oil pans from steel. The steel is just as strong as aluminum without all of the fitment issues, and creates a lower profile while providing for increased sump capacity. If you do happen to strike something with the pan it will most likely leave a dent instead of shattering, allowing you get home under your own power without loss of oil. You will find anti-slosh baffles and four trap doors inside our LS swap oil pan. This creates a diamond-shaped area around the pickup, keeping the oil in place for hard driving like road racing or autocross. So, know a baffled oil pan is preferred over an open design. Our swap pans feature factory-fit pan rails with reinforcement strips that use the stock LS oil pan gasket, a full-flow oil drain with ½-20 threaded drain plug that uses a replaceable nylon sealing washer, and our pans even retain the stock dipstick setup. With just a 6-inch sump depth our LS swap pans are roughly 2-inches shallower than the GM truck pan, and with the pan kickout design we use you get a full 7-quart oil capacity for your LS conversion! Lastly, we coat our LS swap oil pan in a rich black EDP coating for corrosion protection and lasting good looks.
A Direct Replacement Pan for Your Turbo LS Swap
Upgrading your LS V8 engine to make your LS conversion happen could not be easier. Our steel LS swap oil pan is a direct replacement for the cast aluminum factory pan found on Gen III and Gen IV LS engines. Due to the shallow sump design we added for additional ground clearance, our pans do require a specific oil pump pickup tube assembly. Our LS swap pickup tube, PN 9101745, is a direct replacement for the stock pickup, allowing our pan to bolt on easily. While the LS engine’s oil pan gasket is designed to be reusable, and can be reused with our steel pan, we highly recommend a new gasket during installation, such as our neoprene LS engine oil pan gasket, PN 91017451, as well. We do not include oil feed and return lines or fittings because there are way too many combinations/mounting options for turbo kits. Simply measure your lines and give us a call when you’re ready!
Finish Your Turbo LS Swap Faster and Get on the Road
Don’t get stuck on the side of the road with a busted aluminum oil pan! Update your LS V8 engine’s oil pan to one of our strong steel oil pans before you drop that turbo LS V8 swap into your ride! It is the perfect time to swap oil pans when your LS is on the engine stand getting dressed with your other LS swap kit parts for your swap, so pick up one of our LS swap oil pans today and get to swapping this weekend!
Known to fit 1993-2002 Camaro and Firebird using the stock K-member and engine mounts.
- Fits all LS wet sump engines Gen III and Gen IV
- 1999 to 2013 Truck and SUV engines 4.8L, 5.3L, 6.0L, and 6.2L (RPO codes LM7, LM4, LQ4, LQ9, LY6, L96, L92, and many more)
- 1997 to 2002 LS1 5.7L engines from Camaro, Firebird, and Corvette
- 2001 to 2004 LS6 5.7L engines from Corvette and CTS-V
- 2005 to 2007 LS2 6.0L engines from Corvette, GTO, CTS-V
- 2008 to 2015 LS3 6.2L engines from Camaro, G8, and Corvette base model
- 2009 to 2015 LSA 6.2L engines from Camaro and CTS-V
- 2010 to 2015 L99 6.2L engines from Camaro SS
Stock LS oil pan fasteners are too long and will NOT work
Does NOT fit LS3 dry sump engine from 2010 to 2013 Corvette Grand Sport
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