Removes the final restriction to power. Banks Power Elbow assembly slashes the stock outlet and pipe backpressure by 60%. Available separately or with Banks 4-inch Monster® Exhaust.
Includes: Cast, large-bore elbow housing; Stainless, 4" Monster T.O.P. turbine-outlet pipe; Mounting hardware.
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Bob of Page, Arizona, installed a Monster Exhaust system, Power Elbow, Big Hoss Diesel Tuner and a High-Ram air-inlet casting on an ’01 5.9L Cummins 24-valve turbo-diesel
I was driving a ‘66 Dodge pickup for 15 years. I finally got an 01' Dodge Turbo Cummins 2500 4-By...Used, but perfect!…white…beautiful! Stock, this truck was awesome. I say was, because with the Banks stuff I put on....it's now a freakin' "Beast." I Love My truck!!! You guys at Banks no doubt "Walk the Walk"...not just "Talk the Talk." You ROCK!!
Tom I got the Exhaust kit and as you said it was a snap to install, fact is it took longer to remove the old one than install the new. You said it would take about two hours, I guess with the right tools it did go faster than that. It took 45 minutes to remove the old and in less than a half hour after that we were on the freeway. The power had a great increase, and I know that the mileage has also increased too. My didn't like the idea of putting the new system on, but after a few hills and me asking her how do you like the sound, much to my surprise she said "I cant tell the differences." However, she did notice how much quicker it was at attaining the speed limit. The system is just what I wanted, thanks for the help.
I wanted to take time out to send you a picture of our Dodge 2001-2500 camper-barge set up that I pull when we go camping.
It sure has a lot more power and better fuel mileage since I've installed the Banks exhaust system.
I recommend it highly to any truck owner. I am anxious to see the fuel savings when we make our yearly trip to Brookings, Oregon. It has a lot of climbing and high altitude on the 5000 mile trip.
Thanks for your system,
Gale Banks' experience with high-performance engines and speed record-setting attempts provided excellent background in developing intake and exhaust manifolds to minimize flow losses and backpressure losses in an engine.”