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Does anyone have the part number for the Canton 7 qt pan that fits the 302 FFRs?

I think I have a problem. Keith Craft said they were sending me a pan which was the same height as stock, but it's 9" deep. My car isn't here, but I thought the stock pan was 7.5".

This could get messy, since I had them modify the pan with a blower oil line fitting before they mounted it to the short block and shipped it. It also has custom windage control.

I really don't want a pan that hangs below the frame rails! :eek:
 

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Travis,

The Canton 7 qt roadrace pan I used is P/N 15630. There is also a bunch of other part numbers for the dip stick, windage tray, etc. Make sure you specify the pan reqiures the dip stick bung assy. installed.

Suggest you give Mike Forte a call @ 781-273-9900. I got mine through him.

With Poly motor mounts the pan is just about level with the 4" rails. I have my mounts shimmed up about 3/8".

Hank
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Travis why use the Canton double hump when you can get the flat bottom for less. Call Gordon. Great pan and only one drain plug. Cheers Richard.
 

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Let me clarify. The Canton road racing pan listed above is a flat bottom, single sump pan that is partitionad and gated. I price compared both and they are about the same when you factor in all the items required.

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Thanks guys! I talked to KC yesterday, and they're shipping the correct pan and accessories.

Richard - Cheaper than $260?! Amazing the discounts you can get when you're buying a complete engine. ;) That's with the dipstick provision, pick-up, and blower oil line fitting welded in. Of course, I'm sure they made their money elsewhere. The pan that they're sending me is 7-1/2" depth, just like my stock pan. I don't have the part number yet, but I think it's one of the "winged" rear sump pans. I think Tri-states sells them as well.

Thanks again guys. This site is picking up! I was expecting to have to TTT my post a few times to get any answers.
 

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I received my Gordon Levy pan today. If you are going to track your car, buy this pan, it might save your top end one day.
Buzz
 
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