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Kevko #F-102 - All Oil Pans are manufactured right here in the USA

7 quart capacity painted black
This pan is extended 3" to right side and is 8" deep with a 3 gate assembly, baffling and a scraper.
Painted Black
Pickup is located in right rear corner of sump
Pickup tub is supplied with the pans #F102-1
Um, this isn't a street pan. With the pickup located at the right rear and the kickout to the right, it screams "circle track" to me. It will work fine, as long as you turn left forever. ::

Get yourself a Canton pan. They cost a little more, but are designed for specific applications.

http://www.cantonracingproducts.com/pans/road_race/ford_front_sump.html

15-660 is a nice hi-capacity T-sump street/strip pan
15-680 is a very well designed T-sump road race pan, which will work for street, drag or autocross. I have the 302 version on one of my cars.

I used to hate it when guys would call up and get the el-cheapo pans for their $10K motors.

Talk to Dave Gagnon Enterprises..

http://stores.ebay.com/Dave-Gagnon-Race-Enterprises_W0QQsspagenameZl2QQtZkm

He's a Canton dealer. and can get anything they make for you.

I used to deal with him a lot when I worked in R&D at Canton......
 

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I didn't pick up on the 3" to right side only. My original intent was to go with the Canton 7 qt. pan until I read a few post (Cobra forum) about them developing leaks at the welded seams. Also, it is my understanding they do not fit over the Ford Racing windage tray. I guess I could always dump the Ford tray and get one from Canton. Thanks
 
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