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I could use fuel plate descriptions..

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Could someone list out descriptions of all the plate numbers.

Such as power curve, power achieved, driveability.

Thanks..
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try doing a search. there are several threads about plates and profiles and im sure everyone would appreciate not having to do a write up for the hundreth time.
 

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I did a search before posting and didnt find a list. Only guys talking about ones they put in.

I would like to see something along these lines.
#0= --hp --tq
#100= "" ""
#5= "" ""
#6= "" ""
#8= "" ""
#11= "" ""

We could make it sticky and there would be questions like mine.
 

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This is the best you'll get:


partyshortbusdriver hit the nail on the head. Plate numbers are even more worthless than injector horsepower ratings. Every companies profiles are different. Just like DDP's injectors are much different than Industrial Injections injectors, TST's plates are way different than PDR's plates.

The best help I can give you is the deeper the cut (farther to the left in the above picture) the more power. Any more about how plates work would be likely do more harm than good.

The profile on the plate is almost totally irrelevant when dealing with less than 500 or so horsepower. The AFC does most of the controlling of the fuel limit. Just use a plate like a throttle stop to control max fueling.
 

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I did a search before posting and didnt find a list. Only guys talking about ones they put in.

I would like to see something along these lines.
#0= --hp --tq
#100= "" ""
#5= "" ""
#6= "" ""
#8= "" ""
#11= "" ""

We could make it sticky and there would be questions like mine.
Youll never find anything like that way to much comes into play. You're looking for answer nobody can answer.
 
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