A lot of people assume that an oil pan is just an oil pan. The assumption is that it holds oil and that’s it. Simple and cheap is the way to go. The only time many people think about their oil pan is when it is time for engine maintenance and they need to drain the oil. However, for the more dedicated of auto enthusiasts an oil pan and subsequently an entire oiling system can be a matter of engine life and death. Many enthusiasts know that there are 3 types of basic oiling systems. (Click here to read that blog). Beyond the types of oiling systems there are specifics about how to set them up. With many different types and options for oiling systems we could go on for days. However, here we are just going to focus on the two most common materials used for oil pans.
The oiling system is one of the most important parts of an engine. Yet it is one of the most neglected and misunderstood.....Until a catastrophic failure occurs. If you are part of the latter then we are sorry for your loss and are here to help make sure it doesn't happen again. If you are ahead of the curve and addressing your oiling system before failure. Congratulations! You have made a great choice.
Topics: Engine Maintenance
Welcome to the Canton Racing Products Blog. Through this blog we will be sharing with you some of the insight and experience we have gained designing and manufacturing oiling and cooling systems for over 30 years. The blog will review common engine oiling and cooling issues as well as explore some of the more interesting questions that come up from our customers.