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Ok, I know that sounds strange, but some roller rockers, like the FRPP and the Scorpions are squarish shaped on the upper corners. Can the corner be ground/filed/grinded down so it's angled so as to not hit the corner of the valve cover?
If not, does anyone know of a model of valve cover that will fit under the '94-'95 intake without too much modification?
 

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Ok, I know that sounds strange, but some roller rockers, like the FRPP and the Scorpions are squarish shaped on the upper corners. Can the corner be ground/filed/grinded down so it's angled so as to not hit the corner of the valve cover?
If not, does anyone know of a model of valve cover that will fit under the '94-'95 intake without too much modification?
I would file/pound the valve covers before I did that to the roller rockers. You want the RR's to be the exact same size/weight to maintain valvetrain integrity.

Just use a file on the valve covers, or pound it out with a mallet/hammer.

But if worse comes to worse, I think you can use Cobra valve covers for that.
 

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Ok, I know that sounds strange, but some roller rockers, like the FRPP and the Scorpions are squarish shaped on the upper corners. Can the corner be ground/filed/grinded down so it's angled so as to not hit the corner of the valve cover?
If not, does anyone know of a model of valve cover that will fit under the '94-'95 intake without too much modification?
I would file/pound the valve covers before I did that to the roller rockers. You want the RR's to be the exact same size/weight to maintain valvetrain integrity.

Just use a file on the valve covers, or pound it out with a mallet/hammer.

But if worse comes to worse, I think you can use Cobra valve covers for that.
 
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