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LTx Conversion Oil Pan

Post  ghostcloak on Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:54 pm

So my oil pan is warped (it was made by a 3rd party shop) I used it for 3 years because it didn't leak badly enough to justify replacing it.

I'm rebuilding the engine now and would like a replacement. I didn't see an LT-1 conversion oil pan on the Texas Performance Concepts website. Looks like there's no longer an LTx conversion section.

Anyone help an old community member out?

I can take measurements of the old pan if need be... The engine uprights are also custom, so I want to make sure everything will fit between the block and the crossmember. I don't recall how much of a spacer was used during the conversion...


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Re: LTx Conversion Oil Pan

Post  spence on Thu Feb 21, 2013 1:44 pm

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Re: LTx Conversion Oil Pan

Post  ghostcloak on Thu Feb 21, 2013 6:25 pm

Thanks! I guess I'll have to have a shop custom make one for me.. Maybe the machine shop can do it while they rebuild the bottom end.

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Re: LTx Conversion Oil Pan

Post  admiralkhole on Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:41 am

TPC still does them, but only by request. They are made to order.


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Re: LTx Conversion Oil Pan

Post  tooms351 on Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:02 am

I just had a fabricator make me one for my new stroker Very Happy If you have one made make sure they bolt the pan to a bare block while cutting and welding. I still have the RH oil pan for a 350 roller block, don't know if it would fit an LT1.

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