Quote Originally Posted by fullofpaint View Post
If I had to guess...New old school and short and snappy? Referring to the end result of the plates.
It's this.

The profile of the Short and Snappy (SAS) is identical to the standard Ressie-style plates, i.e., the change-angle hump to ensure full pull, but is different in that it has a timing rod hole vice slot as the Ressies have.

The New Old School has the single angle old-style plate, but also has just the hole.

Both of these will permit a shorter throw (especially with the new frame), but as noted, may come with certain side effects depending on what other parts are used in conjunction.

I'm going to be messing around with a metal Ressie plate to work through a hunch about a different profile and will report back, probably in a dedicated thread.

Definitely let us know how yours works out for you.