August 25, 2009
WE'VE CREATED A MONSTER!
These new Banks High-Rams are designed in the computer utilizing computational fluid dynamics, prototyped in our fused deposition modeling machine, tested on our flow bench and then proven in the engine dyno room. Both new High-Rams share the same design, only the inlet size is different. Nothing matches the performance and value of these new Banks Dodge High-Rams. Both are CNC port matched for a perfectly engineered fit.
From our new value-priced 3" market leader, to our kick ass 3½" system, Banks has removed a huge restriction in your intake system. Now, your turbocharger makes its boost with far less turbine exhaust backpressure for more power and mileage. And, boost response is way quicker to boot.
BANKS BILLET INTAKE HEATER DELETE
If you want another half pound of boost, our Banks Billet Heater Delete is just the ticket. And...unlike some setups, when winter comes, you can put the Heater back in.
WORLD'S FASTEST 222 MPH
BANKS BIG HOSS INTAKE MANIFOLD
Want to go all out? The Banks Big Hoss manifold that was developed on the World's Fastest diesel pickup, the Banks Sidewinder Dakota, is now available for street or racing engines. It features a 4" inlet with dual Heim joint boost tube retention and is good for utilizing up to 175 pounds of boost. Read more about this bad boy...
RAMMING IT TO THE COMPETITION
Being an engineer as well as a competitive-as-hell hot-rodder means pursuing every airflow advantage possible. Back in ‘98, my original Dodge High-Ram crushed the flow of the stock elbow. This established yet another path to enhanced diesel power and mileage. But it also invited a slew of imitators, offering knock-off, pretender versions. Because they’ve essentially copied our original, the competitors’ numbers look pretty good.