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GMPP windage tray - need ASAP - anyone know when/where i can get one?

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Old 05-24-2009, 04:55 PM   #1
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Default GMPP windage tray - need ASAP - anyone know when/where i can get one?

if you go to GMPP's online catalog, there's a bunch of badass LSX stuff in there, part numbers and all, but none of them register in a search or seem to be available.

i NEED the windage tray kit to finish my build, part number is 19202613. i was wondering if anyone on here knew anything about availability or anything???

EDIT: new part number is 19202609
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I need to get one too. I didnt figure it would be hard to get.
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why cant you just use a regular windage tray?
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scoggin dickey has them. call them . half the time they will have it even though the website doesnt show.
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^i'll check SDPC tomorrow, thanks
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why cant you just use a regular windage tray?
you have to shim it WAY off of the mains to get it to clear the rods. This causes several problems: 1) you lose a lot of the windage effect due to the distance it takes to make the windage tray clear 2) the studs don't have any threads sticking out the tops of the nuts once the tray is tightened down 3) the oil pickup is left WAY too close the bottom of the pan due to the shims that hold the tray away from the rods.
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ok....i called SDPC. they don't have it and can't get it from GM for whatever reason, BUT they also told me that GM already changed to part number to 19202609 (if i heard him right)...

i just got off the phone with the closest GMPP dealer, who is ~1 hour northeast of me, and they're calling GM right now to see what's up. i'm sure they can't get it either, but he's trying...you never know who may have a little extra pull so i'm calling anyone i can think of.

What i don't understand is why they would release a catalog full of parts and part numbers that aren't available i'll have to take pictures of this setup i've got going right now...it just looks half-assed when you consider it's on a ~$12K engine. i don't like it. i don't want to just bend the pickup around until everything works. i want some threads sticking out of the nuts too, locktite and prayers won't make me think any less that the nuts will work loose over time.
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ok...one more post:


Dealership called me back, told me that GMPP said the part number (and a few others) were coming into the system in a day or two or three...they'll be ready to order in "no less than 2 weeks, probably monday if not the end of this week."

I also had PM'd Robin L on here, no response yet, but i'm sure he can verify or correct any information i've been given. I wasn't told a price either, and i don't think they actually know yet either. The reason for the revised part number was the windage tray now comes with all the hardware necessary to install it.
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