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The Ram-Air® system improves Mass Air Flow by 36% over to stock. That's a huge gain compared to S&B, and over 2X the gain aFe produced.
Cool, dense air improves fuel economy since your engine, and specifically your turbo, has to work less hard to compress the intake air while making the same horsepower.
Your Fords 6.7L Power Stroke is built to keep on trucking no matter what it faces, the last thing you want is to be stuck with reduced engine performance from a clogged filter.
Our Big-Ass Air Filter stands head and shoulders above the competition, offering the largest filter volume and surface area compared to Stock, S&B, and aFe.
The Big-Ass filter's 116.7 in2 greater filter surface area means more time hauling, and less time stopping between filter services.
When under load, your engine rocks from side-to-side. The Ram-Air system features unique bellows that are positioned to allow engine movement.
The XLPE intake tube slides under and through these bellows to provide turbulence-free high-velocity airflow while maintaining a smooth bend into the turbo inlet.
This reduces pressure loss in the intake and improves air density within the sealed box, maximizing power and throttle response.
The Banks Ram-Air system’s unique smooth tapered shape continues through the EPDM bellows and allows for turbulence-free airflow and maximum efficiency.
With the least amount of restriction, pumping losses are reduced, freeing up engine horsepower.
The factory system has no airflow management.
Air is forced to take a difficult path through a restrictive filter while the OEM intake tube bellows induce turbulence and reduce mass airflow.
aFe's intake tube necks down sharply right after the filter and has a portion of the intake tube plastic that goes across the back side of the filter.
This induces turbulence to the air stream and a sharp bend before the turbo adds further restriction.
S&B's simple straight tube leaves performance potential on the table.
With a narrow filter outlet and a sharp bend before the turbo inlet, reducing flow and performance.