I'm done with this!
Thanks to Pete for all his hard work in coming up with information and finding videos that were so helpful.
100% AP Flour
24 Corn Oil
Thickness Factor = .111
The pictures are a 14" pizza.
287g King Arthur AP Flour
69g Corn Oil
Begin by dissolving salt in 110-115* water. Add ADY and stir it in then let bloom for five minutes. Add half of the flour and begin to mix. I did the mixing with the dough hook of my Kitchen Aid mixer. Once it comes together add the oil and half of the remaining flour (3/4 of all flour now in mixer). Once that comes together, knead on 3 speed for 5 minutes. Add remaining flour and mix until combined then knead for 3 additional minutes on 3 speed. If it seems a little scrappy, add water one teaspoon at a time until it comes together. This will be a pretty stiff dough.
Place in bowl and cover with a tea towel then let rise in warm oven (light on is good enough for me) for two hours with a pan of hot water on the rack beneath to provide some humidity. Punch down and let rise again for another two hours. Remove from oven.
Preheat oven to 475*
Portion dough for same day use but try not to over handle. Pat out to size then place on a dark perforated disk or some kind of dark pan. Pinch up the edge to create a rim. Top skin with 6 3/4 oz. sauce, preferred toppings (I used sweet Italian sausage for the pictured pie), and 10 oz. shredded low moisture part skim mozz. Cook on middle rack for approximately 10 minutes.
I attempted an overnight, fridge rise with IDY last week and didn't care for the results. I also tried straight from peel to stone with no luck getting it off the peel. I've done a lot of NY style and have rarely had peel problems but this was just too much for me. Peter, the fact that you got it off the peel is another strong point for your consideration to Master Magician status.
I'm done tinkering with this recipe, it turned out delicious but what really sent me over the top was when I reheated the leftovers in the oven. The smell that overcame my kitchen was the same that I remembered as a little boy when my Grandparents would cook a Home Run Inn pizza in their oven. It almost brought me to tears fondly remembering those days long ago.