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Old 06-05-2011, 03:17 PM
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460 oil pan capacity

something that just occurred to me. Swapped oil pans from front to rear sump for MII. I'm not sure if this is a 5 or 6 qt pan ?????

anyone know for sure ..
I bought this pan from Bishop's out in Texas... the ticket says 460 oilpan # 535

can't find a reference to a #535 pan so I'm assuming it's Bishop's internal number

here's a pic of the pan

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I thought because of the double hump, there was 1 more quart.. so 6.

plus oil filter, 7 on filter change

my mid sump is flat on the front. and is full at 6, including filter

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