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Check out these photos from a PowerPack installation on a 2011 coach
2006 Thor 4-Winds Motorhome equipped with a 6.8L 30-valve Triton V-10 engine. While the engine is rated by the factory at 362 hp, on the dyno the stock best gain was only 242 hp.
Horsepower and torque measured at rear wheels.
|Power @ Rear Wheels||Stock Motorhome||Banks PowerPack||Improvement||Result|
|Horsepower, best gain||216.3 hp
|+55.6 horsepower||26% more|
|Torque, best gain||270.5 lb-ft
|+69.5 horsepower||26% more|
|Horsepower, peak-to-peak||242.1 hp
|+42.8 horsepower||18% more|
|Torque, peak-to-peak||316.5 lb-ft
|+44.1 lb-ft torque||14% more|
|Acceleration, 0-60 mp||24.20 sec||21.28 sec||-2.92 sec||12% quicker|
|Acceleration, 40-60 mph||12.00 sec||10.36 sec||-1.64 sec||14% quicker|
|Hillclimb speed, 6% grade||52 mph
|Fuel economy||7.20 mpg||7.73 mpg||+0.53 mpg||7% better|
Banks' streamlined, stainless steel TorqueTubes (shown below compared to the stock headers) are the industry's only parallel 5-tube exhaust manifolds for RVs. Unlike competitors who add a separate tube length to a 4-tube formation, Banks integrates five tuned-length tubes into a design that allows rotational firing of the cylinders through the exhaust, minimizing backpressure and maximizing torque. The thick, 5/8-inch flanges never warp or leak.
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