Oil pan question

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65Fastback
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Oil pan question

Post #1 by 65Fastback » Fri Jul 06, 2018 1:31 pm

Hello,

on my engine (see footer) there is a special oil pan mounted, which was purchased from classicinlines some years ago by the previous owner. I was told it was made for the australian 221 cui inline 6 engine. I really like the additional oil capacity (+ 1.5 quarts) and the windage tray. On the picture below it reads "high energy" on the label.

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Does anybody have an idea where to look for a second one for another project (used or new)? My research wasn't successful. Or any other alternative to the stock pan?

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Joerg

65 Mustang Fastback, 68 Inline 200, OZ 250 Head, Holley 2V 7448 350 cfm, Comp 260 cam, Hooker Headers, 2” dual exhaust, DSII (WSA111), MSD 6A, 4 speed toploader, 3.2 rear end.
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65 Mustang Fastback, 68 Inline 200, OZ 250 Head, Holley 2V 7448 350 cfm, Comp 260 cam, Hooker Headers, 2” dual exhaust, DSII, MSD 6A, 4 speed toploader, 3.2 rear end.

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Re: Oil pan question

Post #2 by 65coupei6 » Fri Jul 06, 2018 5:43 pm

That company went out of business as far as i know. Mike was having problems getting their products. Then some of the employee's left the company. I think they started or went over to ASR.

You might try contacting them. http://www.asroilpans.com/about-asr.html
...Marco

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Re: Oil pan question

Post #3 by turbo2256b » Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:15 am

back in the 70s before there was much of anything aftermarket for the small 6s made up my own pan. Used the stock pan cut the sump and welded on a road race pan conversion sump from someone like canton or mildron. went this route because of the cornering ability of the car would activate the low oil pressure light easily during a bit less than hard cornering. also boosted oil pressure a bit using a couple washers

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