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Old 11-11-2012, 09:03 PM   #1
3.0 SOHC Crank Scraper / Windage Tray  
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So this may not be news to the 3.0 guys that have been around for a while but I thought it was a cool find. I found these a little while back but I was dead broke and kinda forgot about it. Looks like a pretty sweet setup, although the price point is pretty high for how simple it seems. I sent them an email and they confirmed that it was made for our engines and was designed about 10 years ago. They don't have any in stock but are still willing to make them.

I know these are common in drag racing applications, even "mild" big blocks only revving to 5500rpms are running windage trays / scrapers. I think there is potential for gain on our motors, particularly higher revving 3.0's

Has anyone ever run anything like this on a SOHC 3.0? Any thoughts?

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Old 11-12-2012, 06:50 AM   #2
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So this may not be news to the 3.0 guys that have been around for a while but I thought it was a cool find. I found these a little while back but I was dead broke and kinda forgot about it. Looks like a pretty sweet setup, although the price point is pretty high for how simple it seems. I sent them an email and they confirmed that it was made for our engines and was designed about 10 years ago. They don't have any in stock but are still willing to make them.

I know these are common in drag racing applications, even "mild" big blocks only revving to 5500rpms are running windage trays / scrapers. I think there is potential for gain on our motors, particularly higher revving 3.0's

Has anyone ever run anything like this on a SOHC 3.0? Any thoughts?

Link to website... Chrysler
awesome idea! anything you can do to reduce the drag on motor will show a gain! I have thought about making these but now that I am running a 24 valve the windage tray is already there!
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Old 11-12-2012, 10:23 AM   #3
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i have ran a crank scraper in my 99 3000gt and all my cars and did see a difference, as stated before any drag you remove of the rotating assembly helps
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