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Bottom end is a Bryant billet crank 4.5 stroke, GRP Pro Rods, Diamond custom dome pistons, Trend tool steel pins .225 wall, Stefs custom pro-stock oil pan.

I had both kits from Induction Solutions already. Just had to get one kit re-plumbed to fit the Polar Wind.
So what is the Steffs Pro Stock pan all about ? I have their A body Race Pan with the kick-out.

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So what is the Steffs Pro Stock pan all about ? I have their A body Race Pan with the kick-out.
I couldn't tell you other then what Brad's father told me. He said they were working on some design and this had it. The conversation never went any further. It is a 12qt pan and is not the pan on there web page.

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Bad a$$ Money!!

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Old 11-15-2023, 01:23 PM
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Nice.

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Very impressive! I can't wait to see how it performs.

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Thank to all that commented, it is very much appreciated!!

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Dang! That Pussy Cat is a bit salty! Gonna be a lot of fun. Congrats to all involved.

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Dang! That Pussy Cat is a bit salty! Gonna be a lot of fun. Congrats to all involved.
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Sounds great! Better hang on when you spray it!

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