Opening the box you'll notice that canton paid attention to how they packed the pan. Making sure nothing sat in a way to get scratched or damaged. With that being said the pan and accessories look amazing upon arrival. Welds look strong and ready for track duty.
In this photo you see my stock oil pan with an alloy craft baffle. I am running a oil pressure gauge and at Road Atlanta this kept my car over 75PSI consistently but that is still 11 PSI under a WOT on the street which is typically 85-88PSI. So Canton says they can fix that and we are giving them the opportunity to prove that! You must drope the stock oil restrainer thats on the block of the F series, sorry I did not get a chance to snap a photo. Since the canton pan comes with one already it will NOT mount up to your engine if you keep it on unless you shave 1/4 of an inch off the restrainer.
Here is the pan installed with the bolts that came with it. You can not use your old bolts from your stock old pan because they are too long. I use to bolts from taking off the restrainer to mount the trans flywheel cover. Later this week we will have PSI numbers for how this pan did at Gingerman Raceway. So the final word on this pan is to be continued...
Well we got the pan on and running, the car is running great oil pressure never dropped below 78 PSI this weekend at Gridlife! Great pan and even better, my oil temps went down a lot. The oil never got dark through out the two day track event! Ugh so amazing!