Hemi oilpan.

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Goran
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Hemi oilpan.

Post by Goran » Wed Jan 06, 2010 6:48 am

Well, I am not really showing a dragracing pan, this one is built for street or road racing use.
I have not been driving hard with it yet, so we have to wait and see how it turns out.
The "lay out" is of my own, but I have made several similar "side throw out" design for dry systems.
The difference is the oilreservoir part right below the dry sump design part.
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Myself holding the new pan.
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Pan has an ispection opening that is covered with an aluminium oildirector.
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The pick up is in the centre of the reservoir.
http://www.hemipanter.se/Tr%E5get%203.jpg
Crank scraper arrangement in the shape of louvers. A drilled screen to stop larger objects
to enter the oilpump.
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Oildirector in place.
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The finished pan weights in at 2,9 kilo.
It is supposed to go with 4 litres of oil in the sump which means 1-1,5 more litre for the filter and
engine during operation.
Goran
I am a 69 years old sportscar freak living in Sweden with a Hemi equipped Pantera.

NE57
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Re: Hemi oilpan.

Post by NE57 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:18 pm

Nice craftsmanship!

timshemi
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Re: Hemi oilpan.

Post by timshemi » Wed Jan 06, 2010 4:12 pm

Neat!

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Re: Hemi oilpan.

Post by Goran » Thu Jan 07, 2010 1:33 am

timshemi wrote:Neat!
NE57 wrote:Nice craftsmanship!
Thanks!
Goran
I am a 69 years old sportscar freak living in Sweden with a Hemi equipped Pantera.

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