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Moroso Foxbody Drag Race Oil Pan & Pickup

I have for sale a Moroso foxbody drag race oil pan. It will not work for me because I have a stroker crank. This unit is an older model and is not stroker clearanced. I found out the hard way after I bolted it on this weekend and tried to rotate the engine over. One of the rods hit the bottom. It wasn't by much. Just enough to make it unuseable for me. I'm now going to have to get another one. I do not know the part number of this pan. I bought it off a high performance parts dealer (Dale Wilch) on eBay. He had the part number on the auction wrong. He had it listed as the current Moroso unit (18625) and it was not. I had issues with the pickup for the 18625 oil pan fitting this one so I shipped it back to Moroso to try to figure out what was wrong with it. That is how I learned that it was not the 18625 model. At the time they told me the model number but I have since forgotten what that was. I also bought the correct oil pump pickup for it. This pan is made for a stock stroke 460. It has a built in windage tray, crank scraper and internal baffeling. It also has 2 drain plugs. One for the front sump and one for the rear sump. I am selling the oil pan and the oil pump pickup together. Brand new this combo sells for over $500. I'll let it go for $400 shipped to your door in the lower 48 states. They have been bolted on my motor but have not been run. Thanks for looking.










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Just curious. How much stroke does the crank have? I have the newer model I guess with a 4.14 crank and have had no issues other than the Kaase pump being pressed up against the bottom of the front sump.

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Just curious. How much stroke does the crank have? I have the newer model I guess with a 4.14 crank and have had no issues other than the Kaase pump being pressed up against the bottom of the front sump.
Mine is a 4.3 stroke crank. The Moroso 20625 is supposed to clear what I have but this one didn't. It didn't hit by much though. Just a little. I probably could have clearanced it with a hammer but I'm trying to stifle my redneck tendencies these days... I figured I’d let somebody here get a decent deal on it and I can get what I need for an extra $100 bucks spent in all and do the job right at the same time.

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NO LONGER FOR SALE. I MADE IT WORK AND I'M KEEPING IT.

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I have this same pan. with my 4.3 crank and aluminum rods we had to massage the crank scraper to get it to work.
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I have this same pan. with my 4.3 crank and aluminum rods we had to massage the crank scraper to get it to work.
That is exactly what I had to do. I was glad it worked. It was expensive and I didn't want to have to buy a "do over".

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