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Old 02-01-2005, 09:59 PM
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I changed mine to dry sump last yr and had pans made by Stefs.I would not recommend them. I could have bought Olson pans from Pfaff for almost half.Plus I was very unhappy with the fit and they ran approx, 3 wks late. I told them that I wanted pans Designed just like merc 900's. When we finally got them We had to have them modified by a local shop to allow for the Alt bracket, Then I spent 2 hrs grinding on my motor mts because they were to wide.I have seen the ones from Olson and they look great and have all the right clearances.
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I changed mine to dry sump last yr and had pans made by Stefs.I would not recommend them. I could have bought Olson pans from Pfaff for almost half.Plus I was very unhappy with the fit and they ran approx, 3 wks late. I told them that I wanted pans Designed just like merc 900's. When we finally got them We had to have them modified by a local shop to allow for the Alt bracket, Then I spent 2 hrs grinding on my motor mts because they were to wide.I have seen the ones from Olson and they look great and have all the right clearances.
Thw Stefs pan they offer is good because its been figured already.When you want something custom from them, it could open a can of worms-i agree.
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