Rover V8 alloy rocker covers

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Post by volospian » Mon Feb 10, 2014 3:30 pm

What about logos, such as the chevy cross?



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Post by daxtojeiro » Tue Feb 11, 2014 6:43 am

Hi JRCast,
can you make plenums? Id have thought there would be much more interest for a properly designed, larger capacity plenum for the RV8. Especially with custom labelling on it.
I hate the look of the RV8 plenum, its one thing I wish I could change on mine,
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Post by jrcast » Tue Feb 11, 2014 3:00 pm

volospian, I will make a logo for them to go along with the lettering too, they're £185 a pair and £25 delivery in case anyone's interested.

daxtojeiro, I've bought a RV8 to go in my Morris minor and you're right, it's awful looking, I'm thinking of doing one with the intake on the front instead of the side.

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Post by jrcast » Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:57 pm

If anyone has a knackered head for a small block Chevy let me know. I'm going to do covers for those next and I need a head to work from.

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Re: Rover V8 alloy rocker covers

Post by jackfrostuk » Thu Jun 13, 2019 6:56 pm

Hi all first time post
i am about to build a hawk AC ACE and have acquired a rover v8 but the rocker covers have cobra on them and i thought it would more in keeping to have AC in the alloy cover castings is this something jrcast could help me with
regards DON

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