Clean up the look of your LS engine with the latest modular valve cover from billet parts engineer and acclaimed automotive builder Ringbrothers.
Spring Green, Wisc. (April, 2016) – Ringbrothers has developed a reputation for building show cars packed with innovative, one-off parts, including highly customized engine accessories. For the first time, it is now offering Modular Billet LS Engine Valve Covers, modeled after the covers used on Ringbrothers builds including the 1965 all carbon fiber Espionage Mustang, the 1,000hp 1966 Recoil Chevelle and the 1971 ADRNLN De Tomaso Pantera.
GM’s excellent LS series of engines have become ubiquitous in modern hot rodding thanks to the low cost, high power output, compact size and light weight. However, this popularity can make it difficult for someone to make their LS engine stand out from the crowd. Ringbrothers, long known as being one of the most unique custom car builder in the world, has come up with a solution that will truly let your LS stand apart.
Designed to give LS engines a sleek and polished look, the Ringbrothers LS modular valve cover is machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum for a precise, leak-free fit. With its two-piece design, the LS engine’s oil cap and ignition coil packs are hidden under the stylized top cover that is available either blank or etched with the “RINGBROTHERS” logo inside the “H-bar.” The LS modular valve cover is sold as a pair, includes all hardware and mounting fasteners for easy installation. They are available in either a natural aluminum or black anodized finish.
The LS modular valve covers (Part# 92000-6600) from Ringbrothers are machined in the USA to exacting tolerances and with the utmost attention to quality. For more information on the Ringbrothers or its line of beautifully crafted parts, please visit www.Ringbrothers.com.
Ringbrothers LLC – (www.ringbrothers.com) – Based in Spring Green, WI, Ringbrothers has rocketed into the top ranks of American car builders over the past decade, winning numerous design awards including “Best in Show” at the 2014 SEMA Show, back-to-back Goodguys Street Machine of the Year awards, multiple Mother’s Shine awards, countless magazine covers and several builds commissioned by OEMs. Founders Mike and Jim Ring also design and manufacture some of the most detailed billet interior and exterior parts that money can buy, beautifully designed with architectural lines and incredible craftsmanship, all made in the USA. Each piece of automotive jewelry that leaves the facility gives buyers an opportunity to make their very own Ringbrothers inspired cars that truly stand apart.