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So im getting a trans built in a couple weeks so im going to order up a flexplate. I've looked into ats and bd. The price difference doesn't seem to be enough to justify one over the other. So my question is which one and why do you guys suggest? Ir what are some other options?
Sometimes the full solid ones will do that, that's why at DTT we changed design a while back. That being said We only had 2 out of several hundred break, so I wouldn't be worried about the ATS or anyones solid. The reason most leave it solid is it's way more machining to put the slots. I know on the new DTT plates it takes about 20-30mins longer to make them now.
BD black billet FlexPlate gets my vote, hands down a great part plus a GREAT company to deal with
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Im leaning towards the BD plate as of now kinda depending on the answer I get back about the DTT plate. Does anyone else have experience with one? Maybe in the 500hp range?
Anyone got anything bad to say about the BD plate or anything really to say about the ATS plate? I hear ATS customer service is kinda shatty, atleast that's what the powerstroke guys used to say about ATS. Great parts, sh!ty service.
Once again, I don't know n e of this first hand which is why im asking for first hand experiences
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