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Old 03-02-2009, 10:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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48re mate to a 12v?

i have been checking out the possability of mating my 06 48re to my 12v. with a plate from destroked.
and their final words were it will mate up.without a plate. meaning ther bolt patters are the same. besides the comp.what else would be needed?
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If you swap valve bodies, so the wiring matches up, you can use the 12v computer.
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i thought the 47 was pure mechanical?
no computer?

so i will bolt right up?
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the 47RH is mechanical and the 47RE is electronic....
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what # fuel plate would be the best for delivering the most smoke
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Didn't Garmon do this last year?
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what # fuel plate would be the best for delivering the most smoke
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what # fuel plate would be the best for delivering the most smoke
correct me if wrong? 94' =47re?

by the way i didnt know fuel plates deliver smoke? does it fedex or ups?
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94 is a 47RH
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ups, actally what i ment was what# fuel plate will make the most smoke considering it adds more fuel
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ups, actally what i ment was what# fuel plate will make the most smoke considering it adds more fuel
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If you swap valve bodies, so the wiring matches up, you can use the 12v computer.
The 47RH is Hydraulic (that is mechanical) ('94 - '95). The 47RE is Electronic. ('96 and later). The PCM (computer) is different for the RH than the RE because of that. The transmission for the RH is longer because there is a fly weight governor in the tail shaft. Anyway, there are more problems installing it a '94 than a '96 or later.
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