An engine builder of 40 years has never built a stroker LS?
He knew he was going to have to space the windage tray to clear the rods but apparently wasn’t expecting to have to space it so much that the oil pan doesn’t fit on the engine right anymore. He suggested just running it without the windage tray but I’d rather not.An engine builder of 40 years has never built a stroker LS?
Well the motor is already finished so I can't exactly grab the block and run. I did end up ordering an Improved Racing tray though, I already have their oil pan baffle and they definitely make a good product. This shop has been decent to work with though, I just don't think they've done much in the way of front sump oil pans like in our GTOs.Hit up improved racing. They make aftermarket windage trays for strokers. Don't use a scraper and definitely don't run without a windage tray.
Sounds like a ford shop to me. I'd take the block and bounce.
That looks niceI forgot to update this thread. The Improved racing stroker windage tray worked perfect for my TSP stroker. Didn’t require any trimming whatsoever. View attachment 526484