Making upgrades to your street car or racecar to pick up some power is the very essence of drag racing. If you add a set of better cylinder heads or valvetrain components you might have to address the valve covers. For that, Moroso has you covered, and in this video they cover all of their many valve cover offerings.
The standard die-cast valve cover has been a staple in the automotive aftermarket for years; these tend to be a little bigger than the stock valve covers that came with the car, and allow for upgraded valvetrain parts to fit. The covers will fit the standard bolt pattern for the OEM-style heads and have provisions for different breathers or PCV applications.
If you’re running a bit more of a radical valvetrain, Moroso has a solution for you with their sleek fabricated valve covers. These valve covers have the position adjusted on the rail of the cover to fit the head correctly. To make sure larger rocker arms fit properly, the fabricated valve covers move the material of the cover to allow more clearance for the rocker arms. These custom valve covers also offer a significant weight savings over the standard types of covers available, and each set of valve covers is handmade for the individual who orders them using quality materials.
Using modern machining techniques Moroso is also able to offer valve covers that are machined from billet aluminum. These high-end units offer extra strength, durability, and a quality finish that will help the valve covers last.
If you’re in need of a new set of valve covers for your engine, make sure to visit Moroso’s website to see their extensive line of products for virtually every high performance cylinder head out there.