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Low-slung hot rods get Retro-Fit Oil Pans


Holley / MSD has announced the release of its LT Retro-Fit Oil Pans that were developed to provide maximum clearance from the chassis to the ground for low-slung hot rods fitted with GM’s Gen V LT direct-injected engine.

The traditional design and OEM fitment allows the cast aluminum pan to work in place of other GM F-body pans. The retro-fit works to provides more clearance around the front half of the pan near where the steering linkage is located by the engine cross-member.

Other highlights include oil filter mounting, OEM flange sealing, and OEM engine noise, vibration, and harshness suppression.

Complete kits include the retro-fit pan itself, a windage tray, sump baffle, OE-style pickup tube, sump-port plug, oil filter stud, and billet oil passage cover. A special drag race version with hinge-door baffles (Holley part number 302-22) is also available.

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