5" aluminized steel constant-diameter DPF-back system with Patented negative backpressure SideKick tip. 82% less backpressure than stock, allowing the engine to produce more horsepower. Improves flow and cuts backpressure. Includes Huge Polished Chrome Patented SideKick tip.
Banks Power introduces the new 5" Monster Exhaust designed specifically for the 2017-2022 Ford 6.7L F-250/350/450 Super Duty pickup trucks. The DPF-back exhaust system features constant-diameter 5" mandrel-bent aluminized steel tubing and a massive patented tip which virtually eliminates backpressure after the DPF.
Super Duty owners can choose from two huge patented 6.5 x 7.5-inch ob-round slash-cut exhaust tips: chrome-plated polished stainless steel or high-temp Cerakote matte black.
And, unlike other brands, Banks' Cerakote black tip will not turn brown with heat.
The stock exhaust tubing measures a mere 3.5" on the outside, compared to the Monster Exhaust's massive 5" outer diameter as such the Banks system offers a 110% greater flow area than stock.
With a rocket nozzle-like tip, exhaust gasses are literally sucked out of the end of the exhaust, reducing back pressure all they back up to the turbo inlet.
The stock exhaust hides a 2.44" nozzle further necking down the system.
With its 4.87" internal diameter, the Banks Monster Exhausts has almost 4x the flow area! This results in 82% less backpressure than stock, leading to more power and increased fuel economy.
The large 6.5"x7.5" Tip also provides a reduction in exhaust temperature two feet behind the tip during regen.
Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) are cleaned through regeneration in which scorching exhaust gas temperatures can last up to 20 minutes while driving. The Monster Exhaust massive over sized tip is aimed out to the side of the truck.
This allows ambient air to diffuse the heated gas, eliminating the risk of melting a trailer, which has been reported by many owners.
This allows ambient air to diffuse the heated gas, eliminating the risk of melting a trailer, which has been reported by many Duramax owners.