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I'm looking for one that will allow access to the cam, a two piece, easy to find for the gen IV and VI, but no luck with the gen V.
 

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Gen 4 and 5 will cross and fit both blocks. gen 6 has 6 bolts and only fits that.
Why is it then Gen V timing cover, and gasket, are different part numbers, than Gen IV. Every where I look I see this, what are the differences?
 

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I think the gen 5 cover is oringed as the gen 4 is a gasket, but both have the same bolt pattern.
 

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FAT GUY IN A TPR STEALTH
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I think the gen 5 cover is oringed as the gen 4 is a gasket, but both have the same bolt pattern.
THE FRONT OF A GEN 4 IS DIFFERENT THAN A 5 ON THE PAN... ONE IS WIDE AND FLAT THE OTHER IS THIN AND INSERTS ,, SAME BOLT PATTERN DIFFERENT PAN SEALING AREA...
 

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THE FRONT OF A GEN 4 IS DIFFERENT THAN A 5 ON THE PAN... ONE IS WIDE AND FLAT THE OTHER IS THIN AND INSERTS ,, SAME BOLT PATTERN DIFFERENT PAN SEALING AREA...
Correct totally different seal radius. Mark 4 is its own animal. A Gen 5/6 share the same seal raduis but the design of the covers is different.
 

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Boat Nut
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It's looking like the mythical Gen V, 2 piece timing cover does not exist. As long as it's for a boat it's not spendy :D
 
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