Valve Cover Dress Up Kit 5.0L/302 EFI Black Satin Mustang 1986-1993

Ford Racing: M-6000-E302
MSRP: $229.95
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Product Description

Black Satin Valve Cover Dress Up Kit for 1986-1993 Ford Mustang.

You can choose from a unique selection of Ford Motorsport valve covers - specially designed to provide clearance for EFI intake manifolds. M-6582-D302 for 5.0L/302 EFI engines consists of a pair of valve covers only, featuring a lustrous chrome finish. The valve cover dress-up kits are available in either black satin or polished aluminum, and include a pair of valve covers,and oil filler cap.
You can equip your 5.0L/302 EFI engine with three different styles (Cobra, Mustang or Ford Motorsport). Onlyone style (Ford Motorsport) is available for the 5.0L/302 EFI and 5.8L/351 EFI truck engine.

You can also purchase EFI manifold covers separately for production and Ford Racing EFI manifolds. The chrome valve cover hold-downs provide more uniform claping loads, and can be used with either EFI or non-EFI valve covers.

Direct Replacement Part.

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Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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Sexy looking add-on
These add some pizzazz to any engine. I had only seen one other engine with these installed, but I knew when I saw them, I had to have some too! They were easy to install, once you remove the necessary items to get to the bolts. Always provides an opportunity to clean up other things though. I would have given it 5 stars, except for the clearance. The catalog description mentioned it would clear 1.6 or 1.7 roller rockers, but they do not with the oil filler baffle in place. I have the 1.7 Ford/Crane type. That is the only problem you'll run into though, because otherwise there are no problems. I added a 1/2 inch spacer on the intake, but these would fit without having to do that. I talked with Ford Racing, before ordering, who advised removing the baffle for fear of sucking oil into the intake. This, indeed will happen with the baffle removed. The CJ Pony guys suggested adding a simple small engine fuel filter to the tube running from the filler neck to the intake would resolve that problem. Thanks CJ c
Patrick92 December 22, 2011
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