Gen IV. Vs Gen V bolt on compatibility

Discussion in 'Gas Engines' started by Captain Joeb, Dec 15, 2018.

  1. Captain Joeb
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    Location: North Carolina

    Captain Joeb New Member

    If anyone can give me some feed back on,
    Crusader gen IV block vs Gen V block. externals
    I'm most concerned with all the external bolt ons and their compatibility's from Gen V and going back onto the Gen IV rebuilt motor I have.
    IE. heat exchangers alternators starters transmissions cooling hoses intake carbs etc
    I have a completely blown up Crusader Gen V. 1993 closed loop fresh, the long block and heads are junk
    I also have 2 rebuilt Crusader 454 Gen IV's. 1989's raw water
    I going to put the Gen IV long block and heads that have been rebuilt into boat and try to bolt on as much of the Gen V bolt on parts onto the rebuilt Gen IV
    Is this possible ?

    Thanks anyone Capt Job
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