13 Best Automotive Performance Engine Valve Cover Bolts

List Updated June 2020

Bestselling Automotive Performance Engine Valve Cover Bolts in 2020


ARP 400-7507 Stainless 300 Hex Valve Cover Bolt Kit

ARP 400-7507 Stainless 300 Hex Valve Cover Bolt Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Polished, Stainless Steel
  • Hex Style Head; 1/4 Inch - 20 Thread Size
  • 0.812 Inch Under Head Length
  • Standard Height

Spectre Performance 5428 Engine Dress Up Kit

Spectre Performance 5428 Engine Dress Up Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • For 1987-1995 Chevrolet 305-350 engines
  • Includes stock height valve covers & T-bolts
  • Includes oil filler caps, pcv vent filter
  • Includes air cleaner Z-Stud
  • Chrome engine kit

Mota Performance A71032 Aluminum Valve Covers Tall Center Bolt Design 3-11/16"H

Mota Performance A71032 Aluminum Valve Covers Tall Center Bolt Design 3-11/16
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Fabricated of strong lightweight aluminum
  • Smooth polished finish
  • Includes one baffle hole on each cover
  • Heat Treated T-6 lightweight polished aluminum construction
  • Smooth polished Aluminum finish
  • Uses OEM Style Gasket
  • Sold in pairs

Mr. Gasket 9824 Chrome Valve Cover Wing Bolt - Set of 4

Mr. Gasket 9824 Chrome Valve Cover Wing Bolt - Set of 4
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Made of steel and chrome plated for beauty and durability
  • 5/8" long thread for stock valve covers
  • Thread size of 1/4"-20
  • For fast and easy removal of valve cover
  • Wing bolts are standard "Y" top bolts

Spectre Performance 5288 Valve Cover Center Bolt T-Bar

Spectre Performance 5288 Valve Cover Center Bolt T-Bar
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Sold 4 per package
  • T-bar design
  • Triple chrome plated
  • Made from high quality material

1955-85 Chevy Small Block 283-305-327-350-400 Fabricated Polished Aluminum Valve Covers - Smooth

1955-85 Chevy Small Block 283-305-327-350-400 Fabricated Polished Aluminum Valve Covers - Smooth
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Chevy small block fabricated polished aluminum racing valve covers fit 1955-85 Chevy 283-305-327-350-400 small block engines.
  • They are made of very high grade billet 6061 T5 aluminum and polished to a near mirror finish.
  • These valve covers are baffled and will clear most popular rocker combinations.
  • There is one breather hole in each valve cover.
  • Height: 3-3/4".

Trans-Dapt 4936 T-Bar Valve Cover Bolts - Set of 4

Trans-Dapt 4936 T-Bar Valve Cover Bolts - Set of 4
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Trans-Dapt Performance a trusted industry leader
  • Backed by manufacturer's Warranty
  • Great Performance

Moroso 68820 Valve Cover Stud Kit

Moroso 68820 Valve Cover Stud Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Fasteners have chrome finish
  • Stud size: 1/4"-20 X 1-3/4" in length
  • Slotted head set screws in head like stud
  • All lock nuts have nylon inserts
  • Includes eight studs, lock nuts and washers

ARP 1007503 Cast Aluminum Valve Cover Bolt Kit - Set of 8

ARP 1007503 Cast Aluminum Valve Cover Bolt Kit - Set of 8
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Designed to ensure proper sealing of valve cover
  • Features a wide base nut for better load distribution and sealing
  • Comes with black oxide finish
  • Facilitates easy installation
  • Corrosion resistant

Spectre Performance 5280 Valve Cover Bolt

Spectre Performance 5280 Valve Cover Bolt
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Triple chrome-plated steel
  • Sold 4 per package
  • Hex head
  • Easy to install with no special tools or skills required

Proform 141-903 Valve Cover Hold-Down Clamp

Proform 141-903 Valve Cover Hold-Down Clamp
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Valve Cover Hold Down Tabs
  • Bowtie Logo
  • Steel

Trans-Dapt 9781 Chrome 3/4" Hex Head Valve Cover Bolt Set

Trans-Dapt 9781 Chrome 3/4
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Trans-Dapt Performance 9781 V.C. Chrome Bolt
  • Product Dimension (LxWxH): 5.9x3.25x.5

ARP 4007508 Valve Cover Bolt Kit

ARP 4007508 Valve Cover Bolt Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Polished, Stainless Steel
  • Hex Style Head; 1/4 Inch - 20 Thread Size
  • 0.812 Inch Under Head Length

Julia Dollison

For a petite blonde with a powerhouse voice, don't turn to tabloided princesses of pop. Instead, try the luminous sound of Julia Dollison. This impressive jazz soloist launched her new CD Observatory with a performance at NYC's venerated Jazz Standard.

First, how does such a big voice come out of such a little chick?
I get that a lot. Maybe it's just my way of commanding authority when I'm 5'0".

There's a cultural conception that jazz musicians are sultry and cool. Is it a glamorous life?
Definitely not! We do indulge in interpreting songs with as much liberty as we'd like, but if you're in front of the wrong crowd - listeners who aren't accustomed to that kind of subtlety - one can feel as lowly as the pay they'll most likely receive for the night. Clubs are tough these days, but some are still set up as true listening rooms, places where the glamour still exists for us.

What was your absolute worst gig?
I sang a duet with Meatloaf for a sea of wealthy patrons at a fundraiser while he sweated profusely, appeared overly intoxicated, and cursed on mic. At least that gig paid well!

The Washington Post noted that you have a "bracing taste for challenging material." What challenges you?
I tend to get bored with the traditional presentation of jazz, I'm always tempted to re-harmonize standards and give them different textures and fresh moods. The challenge is finding the balance between what satisfies my own musical tastes and those of my potential listeners.

It also noted that you were the one other musicians went to hear. Anyone you admire in the audience?
At a recent gig in New York, all of my personal favorites showed up: Maria Schneider, Kate McGarry, Luciana Souza, Peter Eldrige, and Theo Bleckmann. I may never get that lucky again!

What's on your ipod now?
Mostly jazz instrumentalists, contemporary-sounding and writers of their own arrangements and compositions: Pat Metheny, Kenny Wheeler, Keith Jarrett, John Taylor, Ralph Towner, Fred Hersch.

Be honest, can anybody scat? It's sort of the Jackson Pollack of music…
It might feel like that to the listener. I was personally terrified of scatting and prayed never to be called on in improv class, until I learned to trust my ears and let go. It can be pretty intimidating, but if you just remove that edit-and-censor function that your brain wants to hang on to…

You recently married a jazz composer. Was he involved in your album?
Yes! He's a brilliant composer and arranger. We were impressed by each other's work - a love at first listen. His incredible ears were invaluable and he helped produce the layered vocal tracks which make the album seem complete.

Other couples listen to jazz to "get in the mood." What do jazz musicians do?
(We) might like listening to get that intellectual high, just from being able to recognize chord progressions or a hip melodic line or a complex rhythmic figure. But we try to alternate jazz with simpler musical styles for a breather, so we don't get burnt out.

But what makes jazz relevant now?
The cool thing about jazz is it's become very morph-friendly with other music styles. That works well for me, since I grew up listening to all kinds of music and had a tough time keeping those influences out of my jazz singing. I also try to pay homage in my own way to the traditions of jazz. Today, thankfully, it's permissible to do it all.

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