If you’re like me, you not only want your truck to be the best it can be when towing or hauling stuff, but you also want it to look great while doing it. That means some of the upgrades we add can be purely for aesthetics. For me, when it comes to the under-hood appearance of the 6.7 Cummins, nothing stands out like an aftermarket valve cover.
The folks at SPELAB realize the 6.7 Cummins engine’s plain black valve cover is functional but leaves a lot to be desired regarding looks. For that reason, the team at SPELAB has announced the release of a brand-new product that is sure to bring a smile to the faces of Cummins owners.
The 6.7 Cummins valve cover from SPELAB is for Dodge Ram diesel 2500/3500 models made between 2007 and 2023 and features a striking aesthetic appeal and performance boost. With the new 6.7 Cummins valve cover, truck owners get an instant valve cover upgrade. You can easily eliminate the stock valve cover, which is known to be made of plastic, with a billet aluminum alternative. ** What’s more, you can also replace the stock CCV filter **.
By replacing the CCV (crankshaft ventilation) filter with a high-quality maintenance-free CCV vent, customers can eliminate the need to purchase expensive filters when they get clogged. As a plus, the 6.7 Cummins valve cover from SPELAB controls crankcase pressure at high engine RPM, thereby ensuring performance.
This CNC-machined SPELAB valve cover has been designed for easy installation. DIY truck owners can install this valve cover in their home garage if they choose, with the right tools and knowledge. Each 6.7 Cummins valve cover from SPELAB comes with a billet aluminum oil fill cap, two baffled billet aluminum CCV canisters, two 10 AN ORB x 1-inch hose barb fittings, and stainless-steel socket head bolts. If you are looking for the ultimate in good looks, SPELAB can also customize your new valve cover.
Finally, a 14-day free return window backs each (non-customized) purchase.
** Removal of the CCV filter is not compliant in some states. However, SPELAB offers two solutions: adding an oil catch can or performing CCV deletion. (SPELAB states that adding an oil catch can is often a compliant modification as it aids in controlling internal oil movement in the engine, reducing oil vapor emissions in exhaust gases.) **