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Old 09-18-2021, 07:44 AM   #1
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434 sbc oil pan

Been awhile since I have posted. I am building a new 434 SBC for my 68. I am using a Dart Little M raised cam location block. I am looking for recommendations for an oil pan to fit the stock chassis and crossmember. Street driven most all the time. Looking for a good pan for oil control and to keep windage down. Opinions of running a true crank scraper also? Thanks for any info!
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Old 09-18-2021, 08:06 PM   #2
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Re: 434 sbc oil pan

I would put more money in a good pump than a pan. I'm a believer in Gerotor style pumps. no need for a crank scraper on a street motor.
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Old 09-20-2021, 07:53 AM   #3
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Re: 434 sbc oil pan

Thanks for the response, I will do my homework and look into that.
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Old 09-23-2021, 03:37 PM   #4
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Re: 434 sbc oil pan

As far as a pan goes, I ran a Kevko #1070 street/strip pan on my stock block 434 and I have that same pan (only in a RH dipstick configuration) on my SHP 434 now. Fits great and shows no oil pressure drop going down the track. I did have to do some minor clearancing on the crank scraper, however, but nothing major.
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Re: 434 sbc oil pan

There ya go a Small Block guy to talk to. Nx knows what to do.
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Re: 434 sbc oil pan

I still don't like stock type Melling pumps though.
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Re: 434 sbc oil pan

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As far as a pan goes, I ran a Kevko #1070 street/strip pan on my stock block 434 and I have that same pan (only in a RH dipstick configuration) on my SHP 434 now. Fits great and shows no oil pressure drop going down the track. I did have to do some minor clearancing on the crank scraper, however, but nothing major.
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