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Thread: 21017 sbc Moroso Pan

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    Senior Member EXPERT BUILDER
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    21017 sbc Moroso Pan

    Anyone use one of these pans in a 67-69 camaro and if so did it clear the cross member once installed?

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE oldandtired's Avatar
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    I have a Kevko pan on my 68 and the kickout caused me to lose a little of my turning radius. Perhaps any kickout pan will do this.

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    I have a Canton pan on my 72 Nova which has the same sub frame as your Camaro and I had to notch the crossmember and box it in to clear it. The shape of it seems close to the Moroso one. It didnt effect steering on mine, but is close to center link when you crank the wheel.
    Josh VanHorne

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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER TheEngineer's Avatar
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    I'm planning to use the Moroso #21017 in my tube-chassis car, which I won't have any chassis clearance issues with that car.

    I'm just hoping it is going to be OK with the 4.00" stroke and H-Beam rods. So, has anyone used this pan with a 4.00" stroker????

    Also, I've had two different Moroso drag race pans that had bad or missed welds and leaked from the factory. I had to remove and have them re-welded. So now I leak-check Moroso pans prior to installing them.


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