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Chevrolet Performance Engine Valley Covers 12598832

Chevrolet Performance 12598832 - Chevrolet Performance Engine Valley Covers
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Engine Valley Cover, Gen. 4 LS2/LS3/LS7 without PCV, Aluminum, Natural, Chevy, Small Block LS, Each

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Brand: Chevrolet Performance

Manufacturer's Part Number: 12598832

Part Type: Lifter Valley Plates

Product Line: Chevrolet Performance Engine Valley Covers

Summit Racing Part Number: NAL-12598832

Valley Plate Material: Aluminum

Valley Plate Finish: Natural

Quantity: Sold individually.

Notes: Includes valley gasket. Direct replacement for LS2/LS3/LS7 engines. No PCV provision.

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These Chevrolet Performance engine valley covers are made of aluminum. They can be used for Chevrolet Performance SB2.2, Spider-type, intake manifolds, runners, or race applications.


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Is this the correct part for a DOD delete on a 06 5.3l ls4? Will it require knock sensor and oil sensor relocation?

Asked by KYLE on January 03, 2018


Yes, this part is what you need. No sensor relocation is needed. Suggest a thin bead of Copper gasket sealer on the o ring that's included. Performed a DOD delete on my 09 5.3l with this cover....have had NO issues

TIM from FL answered on January 03, 2018

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Will this fit the 2006 Saab 97x with 5.3

Asked by RAMON on March 19, 2019


Sorry for the incorrect info from Brandon here, but yes thats the piece! It will actually go all the way back to 2005 for some models that came with the LH6 engine. (GMT360 chassis mainly)

ANTHONY from WI answered on January 22, 2020

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I was considering using this for my LS3 to delete the breather hose for a cleaner install and less clutter. Will this cause any crankcase pressure issues with this one vs. my stock one?

Asked by SCOTT on March 13, 2020


Absolutely not it will be like the motors before they did this

SUSAN from AL answered on March 16, 2020

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Has anyone used an oil screen with this plate? Or have you done without, and just connect the sensor?

Asked by EDWARD on October 06, 2019


When you install this plate you eliminate the solenoids that manage the cylinder deactivation system. The oil screen under oil pressure sensor is to filter oil going to this system. The DOD AFM delete plate doesn’t provide a location for the filter so it can’t be installed. So the answer, no it doesn’t need the filter and it’s not possible to install anyway.

MARCUS from PA answered on October 15, 2019

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