Engine SN95 valve covers - stud mounted rockers

fasterthangas

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The Moroso stamped steel ones will clear. It's a combination of issues. The stamped steel valve covers clear the alternator, but then they sit so high they don't clear the intake. The cast Trick Flow valve covers clear everything.

Kurt
Thanks for the reply. The TFS covers are unobtanium at this point. Their foundry is having issues. I'm going to try a pair of '93 GT covers that don't have all of the internal ribs. We shall see.
 
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Thanks for the reply. The TFS covers are unobtanium at this point. Their foundry is having issues. I'm going to try a pair of '93 GT covers that don't have all of the internal ribs. We shall see.
I've tried those before. They don't clear the alternator. I tried grinding them to clear, and went straight through the cover before it would clear the alternator. I can't find a pair of Trick Flow valve covers anywhere either.

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I've tried those before. They don't clear the alternator. I tried grinding them to clear, and went straight through the cover before it would clear the alternator. I can't find a pair of Trick Flow valve covers anywhere either.

Kurt
Summit just got several pair in. Mine should be here tomorrow. Trick Flow showed them in stock the other day as well.
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/tfs-51411801
 

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Summit just got several pair in. Mine should be here tomorrow. Trick Flow showed them in stock the other day as well.
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/tfs-51411801
Yup Yup, that's them. They clear everything. If you want an oil filler neck, you will need this part as well.


You have to drill the valve covers and put a grommet in. It sounds stupid, but different cars need it in different places, and that's why they do it this way.

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Which heads are those? Some have extended rails and others (like Edlebrock) use the stock rail height. I'd love to go back to stock SN covers.