Speed Engineering LS Swap Conversion Oil Pan | (LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6)
Speed Engineering LS Swap Conversion Oil Pan | (LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6)
Speed Engineering LS Swap Conversion Oil Pan | (LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6)

Speed Engineering LS Swap Conversion Oil Pan (LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6)

Regular price $264.99 Save $-264.99

SKU: 26-1039

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We are proud to announce the release of our LS swap oil pan. Designed to fit all LS based engines. Most aftermarket oil pans either hang too low or interfere with chassis clearance. Our oil pan provides the best possible clearance for most LS swap applications. Built out of cast machined aluminum, with a maximum 4.25” crankshaft stroke, and a total oil capacity of 6 quarts our pan will be perfect fit for your swap application.

Features include:

  • 6 Quart Capacity
  • Maximum Crankshaft Stroke 4.25"
  • Cast and Machined Aluminum
  • OEM Fitment
  • Great Clearance for Swap Applications
  • Engines: 4.8L, 5.3L, 6.0L, 6.2L
  • Includes all Hardware Pictured

Vehicle Applications:

  • 1970-1992 Camaro/Firebird
  • 1968-1974 Nova/Apollo/Ventura/Omega
  • 1960-1987 C10/K10 Trucks & SUVs
  • 1988-1998 C1500/K1500 Trucks & SUVs
  • And many more..

Note: Does not fit G-Body applications.

Note: Oil Filter (AC Delco PF48 or PF48E, Mobile M1-113, Wix 57060, K&N HP-1017, or equivalent)

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Better than expected !!!

This pan kit is a very nice piece ! Casting is great , machining is mirror smooth on sealing surfaces and hardware is all very nice . Gasket is quality , pickup tube is solid and did not require any modifications for a GEN3 LM7 . Don’t pay more for the name , this is just as nice as the competitors kits in every way. Highly recommend this pan . Installed in a ‘73 C10 with no issues . 2000 GEN3 5.3L for reference .

Great part for the money.

My customer supplied me with one of these pans for his conversion. It fits and seals up well. I did not have to trim the windage tray on his 5.3L engine. It looks VERY similar to a name brand pan that costs upwards of $100 more. My only wish is that he would have opted for the dipstick and tube for only $29.95 more. A GM one, even at my cost was around $50 - and has a cheap yellow plastic handle vs. the fancy one on the Speed Engineering unit.

So in conclusion, yes I would recommend this pan to anyone doing a swap. It is a nice looking piece and will fit multiple chassis configurations.

Jeremy babesh
Excellent quality and customer service!

Haven’t Installed mine yet, but mine shipped fast and came nicely packaged. I had a few questions about it and spoke with a man named Marcus and he was a GREAT help.
Great products, decent prices, and Excellent customer service!