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Old 07-11-2005, 05:17 PM
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What is the difference between a Gen V and a Gen VI remote oil filter adapter (Part that connects to the block). Can a Gen V be run on a Gen VI?
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The oil filter pad on each is different. You do not want to use the the cooler taps on the gen 6 block. When I went to gen 6 I had to get a new oil filter adapter because old one would not work on new motor don't remember exactly why.
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In the CPPerformance catalog, it lists two different part numbers for the two blocks. Any ideas why?
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