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Anyone familiar with the use of these pans? I was wondering what the capacity is and if these are for a dry sump system? if so what does it take to make the 4B "dry". My reasoning is front diff clearence. I could notch the rear sump pan I have but would like cleaner/bolt-on solution. My concern w/ flat pan is reduced oil capacity and extra plumbing & scavenging pump for a "dry system.
 

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blk98: no part #...just researching possiblities right now

Ggg:are you saying that the 4B's w/ a flat pan are a dry sump system?
 

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this pan has a slight bulge in the middle. it is 6.5" high at the highest point. part no-3907570 ( add a u on the end for a used one.) pickup-3905223
 

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Help from down under, Thanks Briney!

Ggg: The second sentence of my original post asks if flat pan=dry sump. IF that flat pan DID=dry sump then the last sentence would be a concern. I wasn't clear with my intent. I don't want to run a dry system for reasons of simplicity and cost. I just want to pick up some front differential clearance without having to notch a deep sump pan. With the dimensions that briney provided I can look into the use of that style for possible clearance issues.
 
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