Detroit Speed

Detroit Speed Oil Pan - DSE Aluma-Frame

Ford 351 Windsor

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This Detroit Speed oil pan kit is designed to be used when installing a Ford 351ci Windsor engine block in the Detroit Speed Aluma-Frame front suspension module. This oil pan is a "T" style rear sump oil pan with a 7 quart capacity and does include the required oil pump pickup. This oil pan will give you the required clearance at the front of the engine for the Aluma-Frame cradle. This Road-Race pan will also fit 1979-up Mustang, 1981-'88 Thunderbird & Cougar, and 1979-'86 Capri applications.

Features:

  • Oil pans have thick precision laser cut steel rails with a clear zinc finish
  • Billet end seals for greater sealing than a core based oil pan
  • Clears all 4-bolt main caps including 4-bolt rear
  • Accepts 4.0" stroke with most steel rods
  • Features a race proven diamond shape four trap door assembly and anti-slosh baffle that keeps oil contained in the oil pump pick up area during hard acceleration, cornering and braking
  • Designed for Road Racing, makes an excellent Drag Race or Kit Car oil pan
  • Fits 2005-up Mustang SCCA and NASA racecars with 351W engines
  • Includes 1/2" N.P.T. oil temperature bung and magnetic drain plugs
  • Compatible with most starter/flywheel combinations
Brand Detroit Speed
Emission Code5
Maximum Stroke4.000
Product TypeOil Pans
UPC090127171967
California Proposition 65 RequiredYes
Part Number060204DS
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This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.

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