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Ford Racing 302-001 Small Block Aluminum Valve Covers

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Specs
Material Type:
Aluminum
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Finish:
Polished
Hardware Included:
No
Baffled:
Yes
Overall Height:
3.75
Overall Width:
5.38
Overall Length:
20.00
Hole Diameter:
1.19
Depth:
3.63
Notes
1" suggested bolt length.
Ford Racing 302-001 Small Block Aluminum Valve Covers

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Please note the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a pair.

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Reviews (3)

Q & A (5)

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Polished aluminum valve covers are 3-3/4" tall with black letters. Will clear stud girdle and roller rockers. One hole in each cover for a PCV or a breather. Grommets are supplied for both, as well as baffle plates to install inside the covers for oil control. Comes with instructions.

  • Style of hole: Push-in
  • Suggested bolt length: 1"
  • These valve covers have baffles

Application

  • Fits 289/302/351W small block Fords

Specs


Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
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716peterc
Verified Purchaser
Dunkirk NY

Shop around Speedway has Excellent prices

May 25, 2016
Fast Delivery and packaged Very well
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Bobbin
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Indiana

Quality Valve Covers

April 15, 2016
These Valve covers are excellent quality and really improve the look of your motor. Invest in a pair of rubber valve cover gaskets
Pros:
  • Quality Product
  • Excellent Finish
Cons:
  • None
Yes, I recommend this product.
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AUGIE
LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK

item #91550205 ford raceing value covers

December 07, 2010
keeps the new look longer. with little work
Pros:
  • Keeps shine well
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

5 questions : 7 answers

2 answers

PCV grommet part #? Oops, I should have been more clear on my 1st question (thanks for the part # on the breather grommet). What is the part # for the PCV grommet? Thanks.

Grommet
August 19, 2014

PCV grommet part #? Oops, I should have been more clear on my 1st question (thanks for the part # on the breather grommet). What is the part # for the PCV grommet? Thanks.

Answers

September 06, 2014
GYSOT
The part will take the place of a grommet. No grommet is needed, the part bolts in with an O-ring.
August 20, 2014
EricM
If your PCV valve is 3/4" OD then grommet numbers 7209359 or 5506377 will work.
1 answers

What are the part #'s for the breather grommets, and do you sell them?

Grommet
August 16, 2014

What are the part #'s for the breather grommets, and do you sell them?

Answers

August 18, 2014
EricM
Breather grommets are part number 5506375.
2 answers

will these fit on a 95 5.0 efi

cowboy
Iowa, USA
January 27, 2013

will these fit on a 95 5.0 efi

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September 06, 2014
GYSOT
It should, but to be sure read the specification section about the part. Should work universally.
January 28, 2013
Jason
These Ford racing aluminum valve covers should fit 1968-2001 small block Fords. On the '95 5.0L modification is required to clear OEM intake
1 answers

will these fit a 351C?

June 07, 2011

will these fit a 351C?

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June 08, 2011
Jason
No, 289, 302 & 351W
1 answers

will they fit on a 91 5.0/302 efi mustang ?

April 04, 2011

will they fit on a 91 5.0/302 efi mustang ?

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April 06, 2011
Ken
These valve covers will bolt onto your engine just fine. The valve covers are 3.75” tall. You may want to check for adequate clearance under your intake plenum or air cleaner assembly (depending on what induction system you are using). Other than that I do not foresee any issues.
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