The OEM bellhousing cover is produced from a soft rubber. When heated, either by a track outing, hot climate, or forced induction, this cover often loosens to the point it can fall out of its location. If you're lucky, it will find itself on top of the engine. If you're not so lucky, it can fall into the transmission bellhousing (see image of clutch). We developed this cover to ensure sockets and large debris stay out of the bellhousing area if the rubber cover is lost already, or as preventative maintenance to replace the OEM rubber unit.
- Remove the poor fitting OEM cover
- Ensure sockets and debris stay out of the bell-housing
- Keep the poor fitting OEM cover from getting sucked in and chewed up by the clutch and flywheel
Why Verus (pronounced Veh-rus)? Verus is Latin for true or complete. We strongly believe in engineering as a whole. We are also a company comprised primarily of engineers. We wanted to bring our passion for engineering to our name. In 2014, a group of Motorsports engineers joined together and began a journey into revolutionizing the components available to the aftermarket industry. The group of engineers comprised in Verus Engineering have a wide range of previous and ongoing knowledge within the Motorsports world. We have worked within IndyCar teams and the sanctioning body, NASCAR teams, World Endurance Car (WEC) teams, as leading suppliers to the Motorsports industry, and in leading aftermarket companies as well. This vast experience allows us to cater to many needs within the automotive industry. With thoroughly engineered components including the use of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), thermodynamics, heat transfer, and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), we strive to produce aftermarket parts that can outperform the factory components. We are proud partners with ANSYS; utilizing the best analysis software in the world allows us to provide our customers the best products on market.