Ford Racing Oil Pan Rear Sump Deep 302

Ford Performance: M-6675-DRS302
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Ford Racing Oil Pan Rear Sump Deep 302
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Product Description

Ford Racing Deep Rear Sump Oil Pan for Mustangs with a 302 Engine.

If you're a spirited driver and are looking for an oil pan to keep up with your performance driving. This Deep Rear Sump Oil Pan from Ford Racing is the perfect choice. Ford Racing's oil pans are constructed to deliver power and durability for your Mustang.

Ford Racing's Deep Rear Sump Oil Pan is made from steel and features a full length scraper to direct oil away from the crankshaft, a full length bolt in louvered windage tray to control oil with baffling and trap doors in the sump to keep the pickup submerged during aggressive driving. It includes a 3/8" NPT bung to mount an oil temperature sending unit and a 3/8" NPT access hole to adjust oil pump spring pressure. Ford Racing laser cuts their oil pans with TIG welded in precision fixtures for consistent OE level fitment. This oil pan will look great under your engine with a semi-gloss black powder coated finish.

Oil Pan Specifications:
- Rear Sump Depth: 9.1"
- Rear Sump Width: 8.7"
- Front Sump Depth: 6.7"
- Oil Capacity: 7 Quarts

This oil pan comes equipped on Ford Racing's crate engine M6007Z363RT.

*Requires the use of Ford Racing's Deep Rear Sump Oil Pickup Tube (M622DRS302).
*Fits the standard 302 Windsor block oil pan bolt pattern.
*Designed to clear 4-bolt main cap Ford Racing Boss 302 blocks.

Please Note: When a Rod & Custom style Rack and Pinion Conversion is used on a 1965-1973 Mustang, it is required that a rear sump oil pan is used to clear the Rack and Pinion.

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Product Questions

Hi. Will this oil pan fit to a 65 with a 289 engine?

Asked by: Rudolf Swiss
This will not fit, you need a front sump pan.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-02-23
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