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    Moroso Pro Eliminator Pan

    I bought a CSR starter, It does not seem to fit my 540 block with this pan.

    http://www.moroso.com/catalog/catego...?catcode=11341

    This is the starter:
    http://store.summitracing.com/partde...P&autoview=sku
    Hope the links work?
    Just setting the starter to the block and the pan, It does'nt look right?
    Canadian EH!
    Thanks Gerald PS: Hoping to go to the Dyno in June!

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    Where is your starter hitting? The aluminum block on the starter is held on by three bolts and can be rotated to gain some clearance. But if the starter is too long, you might have to modify the pan.
    I have the CVR starter, which is bigger, and Moroso pan 20370 on a Dart block, and I had to modify the cutout in the pan a little more for mine to bolt on.

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    Yes it is hitting the pan where the cut out is. And yes I am thinking I'll have to modifie the pan. Allthough I have not tried to move the block at starter yet. It said to used one of these starters. I assumed the CSR was the same as these./
    "Use Powermaster or Tilton-style starter with 168-tooth flywheel" .


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