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Pontiac G8 GT oil pan will it work?

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Pontiac G8 GT oil pan will it work?

Post  jsautomotive on Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:10 pm

Ok, im getting back to working on this project, after a winter of working on Jeep Wranglers. I got my bellhousing yesterday, my cost $225 (I work at a dealership). So here is were this G8 oil pan question comes from, My dad has a G8 GT and they were doing an oil change on it and i noticed that the pan was real thin thickness at the front. I didnt have time to measure it, and also the motor mounts look like they might work with drilling new holes in the cross member. Again i didnt measuhre anything. All that I lack for putting the engine in ( 2000 Corvete) to do initial test fit, is the adapter plate and the motor mounts and a oil pan, I have the "batwing" pan that came with the motor but dont think it will clear the exhaust. So will the G8 GT 6.0 pan or a Hummer 5.3 pan work? My car is a non power steering
83 that the previous owner built for a track car, so the suspension and brakes are upgraded already and it has a LSD. The car was fast with the worked over stock motor, so i cant imagine what it will be like after this project, or bunch of small projects is done. any advice on the pan question would help.


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