The Banks engineers have put the ultra-performance Monster-Ram on a “high-CARB” diet with the continued development of the EGR version for the 2007-2020 6.7 liter Cummins engine used in RAM 2500/3500 trucks.
With the plastic prototype printed, it’s now getting test-fit on the vehicle and flowbench testing. Making the new Monster-Ram as large as possible and incorporating the best airflow can “plump” up the finished product, and testing the underhood clearances is a must. Flowbench testing will allow the engineers to compare the results to the stock, competitive, current Banks Monster-Ram, and the computer model CFD outcome. Once this has been completed, and everything checks out, the actual piece won’t be far from behind.