Chicago’s leading engine builder, Automotive Engine Specialties (AES), is quickly becoming one of the premier engine builders of the United States, and indeed the world over. Their craftsmanship and astounding levels of precision is one of best we’ve ever seen and their creative and highly-regarded talent overflows from engine building, and well into the details.
Recently, they’ve announced their line of billet aluminum valve covers for a vast array of engines, spanning from small-block and big-block Chevrolet, small- and big-block Ford, Oldsmobile, Pontiac and naturally, LS. They’re currently being offered in a variety of colors and with or without the AES engraved logo. You can learn more about the specifics from the official release below!
Automotive Engine Specialties Announces Their Billet Aluminum Valve Covers
AES valve covers are constructed out of CNC-machined 1/2″ solid-billet aluminum rails that are heliarc welded to extra-thick 3003 sheet metal walls. They are precisely machined to match each engine’s gaskets, and are sized to accommodate the largest cylinder heads, rocker assemblies and stud girdles in use today.
The strength and flatness of billet rails offers incomparable sealing and fit, maintaining the integrity of the seal surface even after years of use. Our stout valve covers come with or without the custom engraved logo, and can be anodized in a variety of colors (shown in black). Additional options include; breather holes, filler caps, extra-tall for stud girdles, and valvespring oilers.
Prices start at $425/set.
- Precisely machined to match each engine’s gaskets
- CNC-machined 1/2-inch thick solid billet aluminum construction
- Available with or without the custom engraved logo, and can be anodized in a variety of color
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.