EMP Tuning Billet Valve Cover

Ajehoti

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EMP TUNING would like to share some images on the Billet Valve Covers that we will be releasing soon. The valve covers will be made of 100% aluminum and will result in a 7-8 pound single piece after cutting a 150+ pound piece of aluminum. On the valve cover there will be two female AN ports for a larger option of catch can styles for customers. The customer can either run our style of catch can or their own. Inside the valve cover the cyclonic separators are removed completely. That failing component will no longer be a leech for hindering performance. We can offer powder coated finishes for those who request it or can have it done on their own. We will be undergoing more testing shortly with high boost applications to make sure it withstands the increased pressure. This will also help with head pressure since it has more volume to fill as well. Enjoy!

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DR-JEKL

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Will there be a decorative cover to clip in and hide the injectors coils etc for the guys who want to show off the billet cover?
 

Ajehoti

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Hey guys, this is just a CAD drawing just to share. It's actually drawings of earlier stages, I just wanted to share some images
To let people know that "hey we are still doing this!" As per ground posts, of course they will be there! Factory fuel lines will fit etc etc. As per wiring, we haven't though if a clip to hide it all. Worst case scenario we can always come back to the design and adjust
 
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I think the block side is similar but the rest of the head is fairly different due to the valvetronic and different injectors I'd assume.
 
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