Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby dragstang86 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:30 pm

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k.beaty wrote:They do not come with a block off plate. As Klue already knows, I had to order one from Two's R Us.

I know that about the pan hoping that the OP will chime in about this


These are no different than any other 20935 Moroso pan. So if Moroso doesn't include a block off plate with the pan there won't be one. I could have some made but that would be an additional cost.
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby klue » Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:04 pm

Ok see what kind or price you get, if not I can order them in from TwosRus and hook everyone up with one
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby dragstang86 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:17 pm

Do you have a link to one of theirs so I can see what all there is to it?
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby Corey » Fri Feb 03, 2012 1:39 am

I'm interested. I parked my car on a rock last year and could use a new oil pan.
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby klue » Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:54 am

Corey Darling wrote:I'm interested. I parked my car on a rock last year and could use a new oil pan.


LOL nice thing about OEM is that it will dent, do that with the moroso and you can kiss your engine goodbye


http://twosrus.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=22_31&products_id=580

I can hook everyone up with a slightly cheaper price for the group buy
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby 5thgenbliss » Fri Feb 03, 2012 7:32 am

I like my Moroso, but remember if you have the x-brace, u will have my problem. X-brace will not fit as is. I haven't had time to figure out if I can alter the brace, but it would change the design and probably the stiffness.
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby dragstang86 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 1:23 pm

If nobody needs the oil level sender, I may be able to get them to make them without it. They are going to make these specifically for this order, I just don't know if that means that the aluminum is already cut and just needs to be welded or if they have to start them from scratch. If they have to start them from scratch I should be able to get them to do it with out the sender provision. As far as that block of plate goes, if they do have to sell it with the provision, I'll just weld a small block off plate on mine instead of spending that much on that little piece. Even a flat aluminum block off plate with some silicone should do it.
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby klue » Sat Feb 04, 2012 3:00 am

dragstang86 wrote: Even a flat aluminum block off plate with some silicone should do it.



I wont be doing that on my track car. Much rather to spend the couple bucks and get a Oring sealed product that has been tested out the yang. If you can get the pan made without would be better.
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby Corey » Sat Feb 04, 2012 4:41 am

klue wrote:
Corey Darling wrote:I'm interested. I parked my car on a rock last year and could use a new oil pan.


LOL nice thing about OEM is that it will dent, do that with the moroso and you can kiss your engine goodbye


http://twosrus.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=22_31&products_id=580

I can hook everyone up with a slightly cheaper price for the group buy



Hmmm that's true... :|
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby dragstang86 » Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:29 am

klue wrote:
dragstang86 wrote: Even a flat aluminum block off plate with some silicone should do it.



I wont be doing that on my track car. Much rather to spend the couple bucks and get a Oring sealed product that has been tested out the yang. If you can get the pan made without would be better.


I won't be either, I'll just weld the plate on it if I can't get it made without the provision. That won't cost me anything and will surely never leak! lol. But that is a good option for those who don't have such easy access to the a TIG welder that I do.
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby alltracst185 » Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:21 pm

Damn I want this pan but, I also want the cusco cross brace :shrug:
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby dragstang86 » Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:27 pm

alltracst185 wrote:Damn I want this pan but, I also want the cusco cross brace :shrug:


Once I get to this point with my car I'll probably see what would be involved in making a brace that clears the pan. Anybody have a picture or details of where the Cusco one interferes with the pan and by how much?
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby dragstang86 » Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:37 pm

alltracst185 wrote:Damn I want this pan but, I also want the cusco cross brace :shrug:


I didn't find a picture of the Cusco brace after a quick search but saw a pic of the ace engineering brace and it appears to be to far back in the car for the oil pan to be an issue from the picture I saw.
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby underscore » Mon Feb 06, 2012 5:32 am

if it clears the ACE brace (lol) then I'll likely take one once I return to civilization.
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Re: Moroso 3SGTE Fabricated Aluminum Oil Pan 20935 Group Buy

Postby 5thgenbliss » Mon Feb 06, 2012 7:23 am

Sorry didn't take a pic when I was trying to fit it. This problem was noted by another member before when he was trying to install his Cusco one. I have the ACE one. Same problem. The brace and the oil drain plug of the Moroso interfere with eachother. There is not enough clearance for the drain plug to be unscrewed once the brace is installed. There might not even be enough clearance for the Brace to be installed at all. It was very close when I was eyeballing it during the install. If it did fit, then the clearance between the two would be next to nothing. You could alter the bar, or make a new drain plug location on the pan. Those seem to be the logical solutions. I wasn't interested in moving the location of the drain plug.
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