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Old 05-10-2013, 01:59 PM   #1
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got my valve covers powdercoated

Well I got my valve covers powdercoated here's some pictures

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Looks good did you do uninstall/install yourself
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Yep theirs no other way Iam putting them on tonight. I was just waiting for new valve cover gaskets and the vct sensor grommet
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Yep theirs no other way Iam putting them on tonight. I was just waiting for new valve cover gaskets and the vct sensor grommet
The gaskets aren't rubber type like the manifold ? Was it easy to take them off in the future I plan on powder coating mine to
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The gaskets aren't rubber type like the manifold ? Was it easy to take them off in the future I plan on powder coating mine to
They are rubber but they can still leak and I don't want to take that chance
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Those look awesome! From the pictures color looks real close to your paint. How much did the powder coating run you?
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Those look awesome! From the pictures color looks real close to your paint. How much did the powder coating run you?
$65 which was a lot cheaper that new valve covers
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Looks really good.
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Them on

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WoW.........they came out great.
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Might have to look into doing this too. I really want the ford racing but cannot justify spending close to $300 for valve covers.
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Might have to look into doing this too. I really want the ford racing but cannot justify spending close to $300 for valve covers.
Its cheeper that's why I went this route also
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