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Old 07-29-2011, 12:10 PM   #37 (permalink)
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Not sure exactly what kind of proof I can provide for that other than go watch one run on a bench. All I'm saying is I watched one run at school on a bench and at peak torque (cant remember exactly what RPM that was at id have to loook, its different per application) stock plate slid the whole way forward it was pushing 120cc's of fuel. With the plate out at the same RPM it only flowed 60cc's. Now im not saying that higher up in the RPM range your not gonna gain anymore fueling, cause you probably will, but not a lot, but if your looking for all out torque down low then leave the plate in cause thats where the pump was designed to deliver full fuel.
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Old 07-29-2011, 12:59 PM   #38 (permalink)
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interesting....this is the very first time i have ever heard someone say ANYTHING close to this.

personally i dont see how this could be possible. the plate onle effects top end fueling and torque doesnt occur at that point so i dont see how this is possible. BUT i have no facts that could back up my statement so im here to learn
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I'm not trying to upset anybody or start any arguments. Just stating what I witnessed. I would have never believed it before. Now I'm not sure why it happend like that. Teacher didn't go into detail and explain why just wanted to show us. We never tried it at higher RPMs to see what kind of results we would get.
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My 12 valve is a 98 and have to smog it.
Don't I need the egr to pass smog?
yes you do. but you can easily unblock the manifold and swap intake horns for smog and clear your trouble code with a scanner

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interesting....this is the very first time i have ever heard someone say ANYTHING close to this.

personally i dont see how this could be possible. the plate onle effects top end fueling and torque doesnt occur at that point so i dont see how this is possible. BUT i have no facts that could back up my statement so im here to learn
the plate limits max fueling (boost or no boost) at particular rpm, hence why they give you a profiled cut.

if it's restricting fueling at low rpm it will affect torque.
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Old 08-01-2011, 09:33 PM   #41 (permalink)
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I ripped my Fuel plate out just the other day and seems to be like a rocket ship haha.. why single disc? I was shootin for a dual disc street cluth?
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didnt know what you were going to be using the truck for, you dont need a dual disc to hold 300 hp
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