With Coyote swaps all of the rage these days, it only makes sense that our friends in the automotive performance aftermarket have stepped up to the plate to offer gear heads the speed parts that they desire. One of the biggest contributors to this, is our friends over at Holley Performance.
Back in the old days they were known for carburetors, but here in the 21st Century, they’ve expanded into just about every segment, every market and every component that we need. Namely Coyote performance and swap parts. They’ve just announced a Coyote swap oil pan for Fox and SN95 Mustangs.
Holley Releases Coyote Engine Swap Oil Pan
Holley’s new Coyote oil pan makes your Mustang engine swap even easier! The oil pan design maintains the oil capacity of a stock Mustang Coyote oil pan (8 qt. nominal) to ensure adequate supply in all street performance and factory-stock type racing applications. The new design utilizes a stock Coyote engine gasket and baffle assembly to provide factory-like sealing and windage characteristics.
The new low-profile front pan geometry permits Coyote engine installation on stock 1984-2004 Mustang K-members. It is compatible with Hooker Blackheart and other brand Coyote swap headers for 1979-2004 Mustangs. Constructed from zinc-plated steel, it is hand-welded for longevity and corrosion resistance. Equipped with a -10 O-ring boss (ORB) port bung at the front of the pan for easy turbo drain plumbing (fitting not included). This pan includes a proprietary pick-up tube and lower sump baffle plate.
NOTE: 1984-1995 K-members require the use of Hooker Blackheart engine mounting brackets. Works with aftermarket AJE, Maximum Motorsports and Team Z K-members for 1979-2004 Mustangs.
- Utilizes a stock Coyote engine gasket and baffle assembly to provide factory-like sealing and windage characteristics
- Low-profile front pan geometry permits Coyote engine installation on stock 1984-2004 Mustang K-members
- Equipped with a -10 O-ring boss (ORB) port bung at the front of the pan for easy turbo drain plumbing
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of Blue Oval Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.