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Old 05-04-2013, 10:01 AM   #1
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I have a ls2 403 stroker motor and we just found out that there is no oil provision in the block for a dipstick. This motor is going in a 2002 camaro. What do we do? Anybody please....Help!!!!!!!!!
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Is there no hole on the oil pan? If not you will most likely will need to drill a 3/8ths hole for it. There should be one in their though. I've seen some write-ups for it in various places online. Maybe i can find one.
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Is there no hole on the oil pan? If not you will most likely will need to drill a 3/8ths hole for it. There should be one in their though. I've seen some write-ups for it in various places online. Maybe i can find one.
I'm pretty sure that the hole is supposed to be in the block, not the oil pan.
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I'm pretty sure that the hole is supposed to be in the block, not the oil pan.
I knoe on some ls oil pans there's a 1/4 hole for it. atleast on the wet sump systems. but there should be a 3/8ths hole on the block that may need to be drilled
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