What's a high performance Ford without a set of Ford Racing valve covers' Take your pick from die-cast aluminum covers with a smooth or finned design in either a polished or satin black finish. The valve covers are available in a variety of styles with an array of logos that are sure to add an individual touch to your Ford.
Ford Aluminum Valve CoversFord Racing Valve Covers are designed to dress up your engine compartment and still maintain the quality fit and function you are used to with your factory valve covers without all the leaks or excessive crankcase pressure build up common with other aftermarket valve covers. Ford Racing has baffled and non-baffled valve covers that are available in many finishes with different logos.
Ford has designed specific units to work with engines using the factory fuel injected intake manifolds or factory style fuel injected intake manifold. Most valve covers are 50-state street legal when installed with the proper closed PCV hardware (included). Tall valve covers are designed to clear roller rocker arms with poly locks. Sold in pairs except #397-M-6582-16K.Features
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS high performance racing professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need for your race car, hot rod or truck.
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