CNC machining has been one of the most amazing drivers of hot rodding technology, parts, and components, of the last couple decades. If a human mind can dream it up and draw it, incredible multi-axis mills can literally whittle it out of solid metal. The idea of a billet valve cover is something that people would have laughed you out of the bar about 20 years go. Today? Today it seems like the majority of the hardcore engines at PRI have them installed! Seriously, we have never seen anything like it.
All this leads to the fact that Moroso has entered the billet valve cover game and they have done so in a big way. With covers meeting the needs of LS series engine owners, LT engine series owners, Chrysler hemi engines, and Fords they are not leaving anyone out in the cold. Guys love the look of the billet valve covers, they love the strength of them, and the love the fact that something that once started at a really big and heavy lump of aluminum has been reduced to what can only be described as a gearhead sculpture on top of their engine.
On the non-billet side, Moroso has released several part numbers that allow you to buy their most popular fabricated style valve covers with no logo on them. These are perfect for people who are looking to have their own name scribed into the covers or if you are looking to have them anodized, dipped, or otherwise altered.
In today’s world of hot rodding, the details matter. The fact that the covers, which are essentially a set of inverted pans to keep oil from blowing all over the place are being made with this level of precision and are should prove that to you!