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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE mytmouz's Avatar
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    valve cover advice

    I am looking for a fabbed aluminum set for a sbc with no holes for my vacuum pump install. Any one find some to stay away from, a favorite? Any help would be appreciated...
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    I think there are some on ebay cheap..

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    You can get ProComp's, pretty cheap, i've got a couple sets in stock but they have the vent holes in them. Ron Owens may have some in stock w/o holes. Got a question for you though. Are you running conventional roller rockers and stud gurdle, or Jessel type rockers?? I don't know if the ProComp's will fit with Jessel's. I can take a set out to the shop and check for you. They do have a thick billet rail.

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    I am running conventional stud girdles... :P Thanks Zip...
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    What kind of price are you looking for. I sell Bandit, Motorville, Renegade, and Proform.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE mytmouz's Avatar
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    I found a used set with the an fittings, but thanks anyway...
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    Glad you found what you're looking for. That's what I like about this site. Most of the time when you ask for something, somebody has what you need.


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