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Old 02-23-2014, 05:19 AM   #1
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oil pan d20 vs d23?

Are the 2 oil pans diferent? Im thinking because of the balance shaft


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At a guess I'd say you're right.

Takes about an extra quart to fill it after the delete, that wouldn't be normal capacity for the 2.0.
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I want to think I can put a 2.0 in a 2.3 engine if I do the bsd?
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I wonder if there is a height difference on them? Basicly if a 2.0 on a 2.3 would give more ground clearence? Or made a pan baffle not needed?
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Well the d23 passenger motor mount is taller so maybe that compensate the clearance of the oil pan and the ground
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Trans hangs as low as the pan on the 2.3, so a shorter pan won't help with clearance.

If the pan baffle kit from massive was around when I did the BSD it would have gone in then, now it's another "some day" job.
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Well the d23 passenger motor mount is taller so maybe that compensate the clearance of the oil pan and the ground
The deck height is taller in the 23 for the additional stroke length.
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Trans hangs as low as the pan on the 2.3, so a shorter pan won't help with clearance.

If the pan baffle kit from massive was around when I did the BSD it would have gone in then, now it's another "some day" job.
I used a windage tray for a speed3. PTperformance. DFDD= Damm Fast Daily Driver.
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