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Re: Aluminum Hemi oil pans. [Re: Al_Alguire] #3093950
11/13/22 12:41 PM
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Why aluminum? I just run a Moroso flat bottom dual pick up oil pan on the street with no issues. However it is steel. With my accusump it is a 13 qt system.

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Re: Aluminum Hemi oil pans. [Re: 6PKRTSE] #3094047
11/13/22 10:25 PM
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I would assume that he wants to save weight by using aluminum. That can be deceiving though, I have seen some pretty thick, heavy, aluminum pans.

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Re: Aluminum Hemi oil pans. [Re: Cape] #3094060
11/14/22 01:56 AM
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I ran a bunch of different custom pans, most of them built by Charlie, but the last pan I used on the dyno mule was a Moroso aluminum dragster pan. It had a big #20 AN fitting and we ran it with a belt drive pump. That setup really worked well.

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Re: Aluminum Hemi oil pans. [Re: sasquatch] #3094063
11/14/22 02:06 AM
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Originally Posted by sasquatch
That Shortys pan looks pretty nice. Most people do not know that good ol Moroso will custom make any pan you want. NOT cheap but very nice...Todd


I've seen some very nice stuff of theirs on some Super Stock applications.


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Re: Aluminum Hemi oil pans. [Re: Hemi_Joel] #3094065
11/14/22 02:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Hemi_Joel
That's very pretty on the out side, but it's the inside that makes the HP.
That be true, that is why I make my own crankshaft scrapers wrench up


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Re: Aluminum Hemi oil pans. [Re: Cab_Burge] #3094093
11/14/22 08:44 AM
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I have a cheap 440source aluminum center sump pan on mine. Been fine for years using a Milodon single external pickup system. The one in the pic is compressed slightly from a wheelstand, lol.
I did pick up a used Charlies pan a couple years ago, but I haven't gotten around to putting it on yet.
Those Shorty's pans look awesome!

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Re: Aluminum Hemi oil pans. [Re: an8sec70cuda] #3095992
11/21/22 11:01 AM
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Thanks for letting me know the other places out there that build these pans. Opens up some new options.

Re: Aluminum Hemi oil pans. [Re: an8sec70cuda] #3096774
11/24/22 10:19 AM
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I did same indy setup on my source pan. Also had to put a clereance dimple for center link.

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