Join Date: May 2009
Location: Woodacre, Ca.
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Ok, that would have been a good first post right there. None of us could understand what you were getting at with all of the talk of fuel plates, and most of us don't run them.
A #10 is a desirable plate for towing because it lets fuel come on nice and easy in the beginning and allows more fueling up top where you need power/tq.
I'd do the AFC mods for sure, and put a #10 full forward for your application. Also, a 3k GSK would liven things up a little too. Don't worry about the mack plug, unless you really want the extra fueling, it sounds like you may not be needing it for what you do.
Also, 16º timing, BHAF, 4" exhaust, and w/g at 35 psi would be great accompanying mods...
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1997 2500 SCLB NV4500 4x4 - 5x.012 VCO's, No Plate, Modded and Tuned AFC, 4K GSK/60# VS, 2095 Plug, 16º Timing, 4" TBE, K&N Intake, Isspro EV Gauges, South Bend SDD3250, BFG All-Terrains, Bilstein 5100's, KDP Tabbed, Steering Box Stabilizer, 40 Gal. Veggie Oil System, B100 & WVO burner!