Speed Engineering LS Swap Oil Pan

Speed Engineering designed this cast aluminum oil pan to fit all LS based engines. Many aftermarket oil pans either hang too low or interfere with chassis clearance, but this pan provides excellent clearance for most LS swap applications. The 26-1039 oil pan accepts a maximum crankshaft stroke of 4.25” and boasts a total oil capacity of 6 quarts, making this a great option for your swap application.

Add the LS3-style dipstick to complete the package!

**NOTE** GM "F-body" windage tray (GM P/N 12558253) is required, and modification to the windage tray is required to provide clearance to the pick-up tube. A full-length windage tray may be used if the front quarter of the tray is removed.

For even more chassis clearance, check out the low profile oil pan here!

Features include:

  • 6 Quart Capacity
  • Maximum Crankshaft Stroke 4.25"
  • Cast and Machined Aluminum
  • OEM Fitment
  • Great Clearance for Swap Applications
  • Engines: 4.8L, 5.3L, 6.0L, 6.2L
  • Includes all Hardware Pictured
  • Dipstick not included, add it above!

  • Vehicle Applications:

  • 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird
  • 1968-74 Nova/Apollo/Ventura/Omega
  • 1982-92 F-Body
  • 1964-72 A-Body
  • C10 Trucks
  • And many more..

    Note:Does not fit G-Body applications.

    Note: Uses GM LS3 Dipstick, available above. Also compatible: GM P/N 12669528 and tube GM P/N 12625031

    Note: Oil Filter (AC Delco PF48 or PF48E, Mobile M1-113, Wix 57060, K&N HP-1017, or equivalent)

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
    Speed Engineering LS oil pan

    Haven't installed it yet, but appears to be a nice oil pan

    Ryan Wood
    Amazing quality and easy installation

    Pleased with the oil pan came fast and easily installed! Look forward to ordering some more parts from these guys!

    Tony Anderson
    Great Product!

    I did an LS swap in my 66 GMC and this kit fit perfect and looks great. Very solid, easy to install and was great to get one locally in AZ. Will be purchasing another for my GMC S15 swap soon!

    Anthony Ramos

    nice part