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Old 04-04-2005, 12:05 AM   #1  
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What is the performance difference between the #0 and #100 plates?
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Old 04-04-2005, 05:30 AM   #2  
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I like the 100 plate alot better than the 0 for the fuel control on the bottom end. I really don't like the big bellow of smoke with the 0 plate I had. I ran the 0 on a 180 pump and run the 100 on a 215 pump if it makes any difference. I am running alot different timing now and thin washers with a .013 cut head which may make a difference in smoke to.
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Old 04-04-2005, 07:57 AM   #3  
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As gwhammy stated, the #100 has less fueling on the bottom end than the #0 does. The name #100 means bottom end of a #10 and top end of a #0 (your foot is fuel control).
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i have found 2 mpg less with the 0 plate under same driving conditions. plus side is a solid .4 better 0 to 60 time checked with the same g-tech on the same road.
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So would you say the mileage went down 2 mpg because the 0 to 60 time went down or do you think you drove it the same as before?
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the difference is #'s 1-99.
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same driving conditions. only drive 12 mi. round trip 5 days a week.
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Wow, you must have to change your oil a lot! Ever have problems with condensation not getting out of the oil? I'd imagine there would be a lot of error possibilities in such a short trip.
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Thanks for the replys fellas I think I will stay with the #100 for now
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