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I want to put a fuel plate on my 95 2wd automatic. What size would be best not to tear up the stock transmisson but give me some good power??
 

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Is your truck auto or 5 spd? I would assume its 5 speed.
 

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He says in his post that it's an automatic. For a '95 auto TST Products recommends a #6 if the transmission is stock. If it's modified to be able to stand more power a #5 is ok.
 

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I have a #5 in mine with a modded valve plate and billet TC. No problems in about 75K.
 

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wow, i dont know what i did, but when i slid my stock plate just 1/2 way my trans started slipping pretty good well at least the t/c and now just waiting for a few thousand dollars to float my way till i can afford a fully rebuilt heavy duty trans:CRY::$:
 

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:rof The early trucks will not have a good trans for long with a # 6 plate
 

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So what do you recommend if a #6 is too much?
The # 10 is very versitle and will work excelent with a 3kgsk kit.Adding the gsk will allow much better drivability and make the trans easier to live a longer life

Bob
 

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The power level of the plate is also greatly dependant on the position of the plate. And trans life depends on how you drive. I agree that a #10 is a good plate, and think its the best for the street
 

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thanks ctd5.9 for the charted info :thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup:thumbsup
 

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The chart does not show you how they fuel-ie rpm(power band) :peelout
 
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