We will try to keep this list updated but if you do not see your engine listed here please ask! We can do custom stroker or knife-edge crank designs. We can provide templates for initial fitting and adjustment. Templates cost $100 and are a separate charge from the scraper pattern chosen.
We have included some representative pictures of the scrapers we make. If you would like to see a picture of a particular scraper please ask -- we would be more than happy to send one through.
When available (please enquire) our zero-clearance Teflon® scrapers run an additional $130.00 to the cost of the standard steel scraper unless noted.
Remember, your vehicle may have an engine made by a different manufacturer so check both product lines. If you are still unsure, please contact us.
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The 420A is a dual scraper: steel $84.95; Teflon version is $214.95
Here are some pictures of the pattern for the 2.2 Callies stroker crank; this scraper is also available in a Teflon bladed version (sump baffles included but not shown):
New! Installation video for this scraper and windage tray set
Many thanks to Brad Melkis for making this video.
It replaces the stock pan gasket and should be sealed with high quality RTV silicone gasket maker or similar product.
The windage tray and baffles seen below are an additional $335.00 to the price of either type scraper (standard steel or Teflon®), so $414.95 for the steel version; $544.95 for the Teflon® version.
The pattern now includes relief holes for people installing main stud kits. We have done NUMEROUS variants of this pattern over the years, including for stroker cranks.
The stock 2.0 engine in the 95-99 Eclipse -- often referred to as the 420A block -- lacks a windage tray or any oil baffling in the stock pan*. Many people have written to us and commented in forums that they experience drops in oil pressure when driving enthusiastically. The stock oil pan is actually a high quality piece it just needs some oil control hardware.
We make a triple-windage tray for this engine with louvers, directional screening and lower baffles with swinging doors. The above pictures show the set up installed in a 2.0 Dodge Neon pan; here are pictures of the different set up for the steel DSM pan:
The windage trays attach to a modified crank scraper (steel or Teflon®) framework that has bridges across the crankcase. The top louvered section can be adjusted to closely follow the rotating assembly. Underneath this louvered tray is a layer of directional screening followed by a tray with offset drain slots. The trays are separated by a gap of 4.5mm. These drainage holes and gap allow the top louvers to quickly dissipate the energy of the oil and direct it out of the path of the rotating assembly. Conversely they also help to isolate the rotating assembly from splashing sump oil that would otherwise come through the louvers. The two lower oil baffles have three independent swinging trap doors that help to keep oil around the pump pickup during hard turns.