August 10, 2010
Just enough is never enough when it comes to engine air flow. Banks’s new Monster-Ram flat-out destroys the competition utilizing the latest in electronic computational fluid-dynamic technology. Tested on the flow bench, the dyno, and finally in the real world, Monster-Ram is a beast that only Banks could have unleashed. Nothing on the market comes close to its performance or value.
With up to six ports for water/meth/propane/nitrous injection (or pressure/temp. sensors), the sky’s the limit for Monster-Ram’s performance expandability. And Monster-Ram is CNC port-matched to the stock heater as well as the optional Banks Billet Intake Heater Delete spacer. Monster-Ram removes a huge restriction in your intake system, clearing the way for maximum boost, throttle response, power, & mileage.
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.