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 Pass-Around-Plates (PAP's) 
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I've had a few questions about the PAP's I sell and what are they?

This was a set of plates that was sent around the USA for testing on various flowbenches, it was a "blind test" and nobody knew what the plates were suppose to flow as calculated. It took a few months for the plates to make it around and was interesting seeing the results.

I have attached a link to the discussion on these plates from the old forum. RESULTS:http://www.tractorsport.com/cgi-bin/forum/cgi-bin/ikonboard.cgi?s=6e53317efd1d39867bd8e26f17d37c2d;act=ST;f=1;t=230

By using a set of these plates one can compare their flowbench to someone else's flowbench and get a good idea of it's accuracy.

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So that everyone does not have to wade through the old post to find the spreadsheet of results


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