GM Gen V LT Retro-Fit Oil Pan - as Cast PART# 302-20
GM’s new Gen V LT direct injected engines are starting to find their way into a large variety of vehicles. They make great power, plus they’re very durable and reliable. Unfortunately, the factory oil pans don’t always fit or they hang too low for today’s hot rods. Holley’s new LT Retro-fit Engine Oil Pan is designed to help! It provides maximum clearance to the chassis and ground, plus provides an OEM fitment for durability and proper sealing. These oil pans are perfect for: 1967-‘02 Camaro/Firebird, 1968-‘74 Nova/Apollo/Ventura/Omega, 1978-‘87 G-body, 1964-‘72 A-body, and 1973-‘87 Chevy/GMC Full Size Trucks.Features:Designed for LT Engine Retro-Fit Installations in Classic Car and Truck Chassis Requiring More Oil Pan to Chassis Clearance Around the Front Half of the Oil PanAllows for up to 4.00” Crankshaft StrokeCan Be Used Anywhere a GM F-Body Oil Pan Can Be UsedProvides OEM fitment - Oil filter mounting, OEM Engine NVH Suppression, OEM Flange Sealing, Proper Structural Rigidity and OEM Bell-Housing Attachments.Traditional High-Quality Cast Aluminum Appearance With Clean Exterior StylingProvides Maximum Clearance for Vehicles Where the Steering Linkage is Behind the Engine cross-memberTraditional high-quality cast aluminum appearance with clean exterior styling.Provides maximum clearance for vehicles where the steering linkage is behind the engine crossmember.Cast and machined aluminumOil Cooler Port Provision1/2” NPT port – Ideal for Turbo Oil Return or PCV Oil ReturnHinge Door Baffles AvailableComplete Kit Includes: Windage Tray, Sump Baffle, OE Style Pick-Up Tube, Sump Port Plug, Oil Filter Stud, Billet Oil Passage Cover, etc.Application: GM Gen V LTBrand: HolleyFinish: CastOil Pan Capacity: 6.1 QuartsOil Pan Type: CastProduct Type: Oil PansPart Number: 302-20Maximum Recommended Crankshaft Stroke 4.00”. This oil pan is not for use on engines that originally used a dry sump oiling system. Recommended LT Dipstick & Dipstick Tube – GM p/n’s 12658475 & 12661062. Some factory LT1 applications include an oil temperature sensor. Currently this pan does not have a boss to install that temperature sensor. If the sensor is desired, it will have to be relocated and machining would be required.