Replaces Your Stock Oil Pan With A More Durable Unit
Prevents Oil Starvation In Road Race Applications
Retains Stock Depth
Diamond Shape Road Race Baffle Assembly With Four Trap Doors
Removable Windage/Anti-Slosh Baffle
1/2" NPT Temperature Bung
Provision For Our Pan Mounted Dipstick
Magnetic Drain Plug
Zinc Coated Finish
What's in the Box
(1) Canton 5.0L T-Sump Road Race Oil Pan
(2) Magnetic Oil Drain Plugs
(1) Canton T-Sump Pick Up Tube
(1) Canton Dip Stick
(1) Rubber Oil Pan Gasket
This Canton "T" style rear sump Mustang oil pan is for 1979-1995 Mustangs with 5.0L based engines. It has a 7-1/2" deep by 8" long by 13-1/2" wide sump and a 7 quart system capacity. It retains the Stock pan depth and increases capacity with it's "T" style rear sump. This Mustang pan kit is Track proven diamond shape road race baffle assembly with four trap doors and runners to direct oil to the pickup under all conditions. Other features include a temperature fitting bung, magnetic drain plug, crank scraper, and a provision for pan mounted dipstick. This Road Race Pan kit includes a rubber oil pan gasket as well as the correct pick up and dip stick needed for installation.
* * * NOTE: Will NOT work with main support girdle!* * *
* * * WIll Not Work With 1994-1995 T-5 With Cable Clutch* * *
Canton - Racing Products
The staff at Canton Racing Products are heavily involved in racing and high performance Ford Mustangs & SVT Lightnings.
So they know their product line has to be the utmost quality and offer a technological edge.
Their mission has never varied from the start, "To research, develop and manufacture the best quality products matched with the best possible service in the industry."
Performance, quality and the best technical support is what Canton Racing Products is all about. Pick up your quality performance Canton oil pan, oil pumps, and other oil system components at LatemodelRestoration.com!
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