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Old 02-03-2005, 10:48 PM   #1  
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difference between a 0 plate and 100 plate

i have heard both terms, 0 plate and the other is a 100 plate, is this 2 different terms for a plate that does not defuel or are they 2 different things?
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0 plate is flat all the way from top to bottom. 100 plate has a ramp on bottom to control low engine speed fuel, then flattens out with no top end fuel cut-back. Think of it as a 10 without the top-end defuel ramp. I made mine and love it so far. Very smooth power and doesn't "put out the fire" at low RPM with my current set-up like the 0 did. No one offers a 100 YET, so you have to make one up. Most use their stock plates.

Do a search for 100 plate and see some pictures of it.

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I was under the impression that the #100 plate was available... I think Joe Donnelly makes them...

but honestly, not to step on anyones toes, but a #100 isn't difficult to make... I'd just grind my own out of a stocker. I like my ghetto #0 plate

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my o plate looks like the first thing i have ever done that has hurt fuel mileage. it feels good. hope to get some 0 to 60 times this weekend road should dry up. the last 3 days i can actually see the fuel gauge move
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That's because your foot has been into it more.
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fuel milege is no concern really, unless it gets down to about 8-10 since my old ford i am driving now gets 8, anything will be an improvement. does a 100 plate cut down the smoke say if you have a gutted afc? cuz i don't want none of that, i think i can controll my foot good enough to smoke a ricer when i want to
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anything with a nose on it will cut down on bottom end smoke...

running a gutted AFC is fun and all, but if you're putting out some fuel, it actually makes the truck slower... been there/done that

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yeah, i have a ford i.d.i. with the fuel turned up too much, when you floor it, it just smokes, and when you let off, you can feel it pick up a few ponies. but i think that was also partially due to the timing advance-retard built in to the throttle linkage.
does a ve have a timing advance built in?
what kind of plug can you use on the front of the pump to let the fuel rack travel just a little farther than it would with a 0 plate or no plate?? do you know what plug i am talking about?
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my o plate looks like the first thing i have ever done that has hurt fuel mileage. it feels good. hope to get some 0 to 60 times this weekend road should dry up. the last 3 days i can actually see the fuel gauge move
good bad or ugly. went a best of 5.30 0 to 60 with 4400# truck. going after my buddies hemi magnum now.
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