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    Default WTB Gen VI 502 Block

    I would like to buy a VI 502 Block if anyone has one.

    Thanks Kyle.

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    ​I have a running 502

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    Is it a gen VI?

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    Im not sure, ill check

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    The number off the block is 10237300

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    got one with billet main caps and all machine work done 760-972-7373




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    what is the difference in generations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Johnnie, that looks an awful lot like a GEN 5
    casting number - P/N 10237300



    This Gen VI cast iron block is a strong foundation for a big-block engine project. The "short-deck" block was designed to meet the needs of a powerful and dependable 500cid engine for street or boat usage. The block's cylinder walls are "siamesed" and are bored to 4.47". The deck surfaces are reinforced to improve the head gasket sealing. Four-bolt main bearing caps are installed to reinforce cylinder barrels and add strength to the bottom end.
    Technical Notes: The distance from the crankshaft centerline to the deck surfaces is 9.80". It is used on 502 engines assembly, and partial engine. and can use roller tappet or stndard tappet. Casting P/N 10237300. Maximum over bore is 4.500".
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