LS Classic Series GMLS2006M Gen IV Valley Plate, Driver Oil Fill
Chevy LS V8, Aluminum, Natural, Natural, Hardware Included, 0.375" Overall Thickness
LS Classic Series Gen IV Valley Plates combine the classic look and function of an OEM style chrome oil fill tube and breather cap into a modern LS engine. Precision CNC-machined from 3/8” billet aluminum, the plates replace the stock cast aluminum 11 bolt valley pans on late model, Gen IV LS engines. Integral O-ring bosses on the bottom side of the valley plate blocks off the Displacement on Demand passages (No other DOD delete kit is necessary). Installation requires relocation of the oil pressure sender (a remote mount is included). The valley plates are available with the filler tube slanting towards the driver’s side or passenger’s side with a cast finish and include all of the necessary O-rings, seals, and stainless steel fasteners. Oil fill valley plates utilize the oil fill breather cap only for ventilation.
GMLS2006M Gen IV/LS2/3/7 Oil Fill Valley Plate Driver Side Filler Tube
- Machined from 3/8” billet aluminum plate
- Replaces the stock 11 bolt valley pan in LS3/Gen 4 LS engines
- Includes OEM style chrome oil filler tube with push-in breather cap
- Available with filler tube slanting towards the driver’s side or passenger’s side
- Integral O-ring bosses block off the Displacement on Demand passages. No other DOD kit is necessary.
- Requires relocation of the oil pressure sender, a billet aluminum relocation mount is included
- Includes all of the necessary O-rings, seals, and fasteners
- Available with a raw machined or semi-gloss black powder coat finish
- Valley pan works with all LS Classic intake kits
- Made in the U.S.A.
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 10 business days for LS Classic to ship this item.
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