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Old 02-01-2008, 09:08 AM   #1
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I recently purchased the lipp intake adaptor and the spark plug valley cover mirror'd.

The adaptor had a lipp on it that allowed for a very good fit with the AEM 3" dryflow adaptor. the MA-70 stamp on it adds a nice touch. It was a very solid piece and looked very nice.




The spark plug valley cover looked very nice mirror'd however its very very difficult to keep smudges off it. The surface also seems to scratch very easily if i were to buy it again i would probably just go with the brushed look. Very solid piece of metal and was easily installed. I used the o-rings to replace my old ones since they busted open and started leaking oil again ;(




This is what happend to the rings i got from NAPA
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Old 03-30-2008, 02:18 AM   #2
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Thought i would give an update and let everyone know that the rubber seals that i got with te LIPP valley cover did a good job at keeping oil out of my spark plug valley.
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Old 03-30-2008, 02:37 PM   #3
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Good to know, I just recently did my spark plugs and wires and checked my exhaust cam for tapping and the stock spark plug valley cover was pealing and leaving crud all over, I pulled as much as I could away and discovered that one of my o-rings was slightly leaking. So I was planning to put new o-rings in but I didn't quite know if it was worth buying that Lipp valley cover though, but now I know and I will. Thanks and good luck with everything!

By the way, if you can get a picture of the valley cover on the car?
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Looks like i need to clean it up lol
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lol, that is clean. The valley cover on my engine is a lot dirtier than that, lol.

Nice to see that sparkling clean fuel rail!
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