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COMP Cams NG4011 LS Valve Cover Adapters
COMP Cams NG4011 LS Valve Cover Adapters

COMP Cams NG4011 LS Valve Cover Adapters

Chevy LS V8

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These adaptors allow you to put 1960-'86 S/B Chevy valve covers on your LS engine. CNC-machined from billet aluminum, the SBC Valve Cover Adapter Kit features an O-ring channel for reuse of stock LS valve cover seals, as well as featuring the same oil-deflecting lip on the spacer. Compatible with all LS valve train components, rockers and springs.  Hardware is included.

Note:  Use with Painless Wiring 60127 LS1 coil pack relocation harness part # 910-60127 (shown below).

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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