That is a pretty huge amount of parameters. If you want to try a solution without writing a new objects, I'd suggest trying out @DrJustice preset manager, called
That doesnt use much ram or DSP for that matter. The presets are stored in the track folder on sd card.
You should read his notes carefully since it has got 3 different modes, that acts differently. For example one of the modes will break any saved presets if you move any objects around. What is special about that mode is that it saves the integer spinboxes in the presets too. But you dont really need that option, you can do with , was it 4 dials? So you should be good with one of the other modes.
Link to notes on the updated preset manager:
I think that could be a good, effective solution