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Old 01-16-2009, 02:30 PM   #1
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Default Neetobuy 1.8 Oil pan/tray/pick up

I need it all.
Mine was destroyed.

I need a 1.8 oil pan, the windage tray, and an oil pick up..

Thanks everyone.
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Old 01-16-2009, 02:33 PM   #2
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I have the one from my car since I upgraded to the MSM pan and MBSP. It's already tapped for a turbo drain line, however, it's not compatible with a/c in it's current location. The line will fit around the a/c compressor, I just didn't want to risk it since it looked like the oil might have to travel slightly upward to get to the pan.
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Funny. I have a new pickup/tray/pan I bought for the same exact reason. I have a spare engine, but the pan on it is different, and I figured I better not hope that if my engine blew and I needed the spare that the oil pan/tray/pickup would be salvageable.
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Just for clarification purposes, the pans, windage trays, and pickup tubes are the same from 94-00 correct? And then they changed from 01-05 because of the MBSP. (I know the pan seals are different for 90-00 and 01-05 after swapping mine.)
Just want to make sure that if I sell mine to him, he won't end up with parts that won't work.
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That was my understanding..

The block I will be using is a 94-97 block..
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Yeah, 94-00 pans are the same. Funny, I paid as much for my new oil pan/pickup/tray as I did for the spare engine on my engine stand...

TURNS101, look on ebay and m.net too. They come up sometimes.
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Cool, thanks bro
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i know the oil pans are different between the 1.6 and 1.8's, but are the windage trays different too?

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I am not sure bro.
I would think so though.
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can anyone else confirm this??

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The trays would have to be different. The 1.8 block/crank is longer than the 1.6, so the tray would be longer as well. No actual proof to back that up though.
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i have one here at the shop just collecting dust. everything you need. call me 561-460-1744
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He already bought and should have received mine.
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does anyone have a 1.8 windage tray for cheap?
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