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    Re: 460 help

    That is an automotive pan...Like shown on the recent thread about pans, the Armondo 10 quart seems to be the ticket for sufficient oiling of these marine engines, especially for bearing longevity, which it seems to be your problem at the moment...it is what I will be using on my build...good luck with your choice...
    speed cost...how fast do you want to go????

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    Re: 460 help

    Quote Originally Posted by dragracerdave View Post
    That is an automotive pan...Like shown on the recent thread about pans, the Armondo 10 quart seems to be the ticket for sufficient oiling of these marine engines, especially for bearing longevity, which it seems to be your problem at the moment...it is what I will be using on my build...good luck with your choice...
    Thanks, ya after reading all the reviews I'll be calling and ordering Armandos. Thanks-

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    Re: 460 help

    Been running a dooleys pan for years great pans. Check all boat forums in parts I think there is one on performance boats a Dooley for maybe 200 I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by justsquirtin View Post
    Been running a dooleys pan for years great pans. Check all boat forums in parts I think there is one on performance boats a Dooley for maybe 200 I think
    Cool cool. I'll check it out. I like the price! Thanks.

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    Re: 460 help

    If you have the baffled CJ/marine pan, you're fine. You just don't want the standard, unbaffled passenger car pan.
    A pan with increased capacity is better. If you have a 3-pt mount a 10qt pan won't work unless you upgrade to a 4-pt or rail mount.
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    like what 429cv23 said, the baffled, front pick-up oil pan works fine, in an application like a day cruiser. I have run this pan for many seasons, without any oil pressure issues. If I had a smaller 18' or 19' boat, I would use and Armandos, or Dooley. The smaller boats maneuver so much quicker, that it is easy to starve the oil pickup. The other very important specification that many people overlook, is the pick up screen to oil pan clearance. This is Critical in a Jet Boat! You can buy Play-Doh any where, test fit the oil pan and make sure it is no closer then 5/16", and no farther then 7/16". from the bottom of the pan. Welcome to Vintage Jet Boats.com.
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    Re: 460 help

    Quote Originally Posted by 78_Tahiti View Post
    like what 429cv23 said, the baffled, front pick-up oil pan works fine, in an application like a day cruiser. I have run this pan for many seasons, without any oil pressure issues. If I had a smaller 18' or 19' boat, I would use and Armandos, or Dooley. The smaller boats maneuver so much quicker, that it is easy to starve the oil pickup. The other very important specification that many people overlook, is the pick up screen to oil pan clearance. This is Critical in a Jet Boat! You can buy Play-Doh any where, test fit the oil pan and make sure it is no closer then 5/16", and no farther then 7/16". from the bottom of the pan. Welcome to Vintage Jet Boats.com.
    great info! Added to my notes. Thanks!

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