Ever since we did our Banks Twin Ram for the old 12 Valve Dodge Cummins 5.9, Gale has had this thing about getting air into a Cummins cylinder head. Recently he’s been busy on our newest military diesel V8, but now it’s back to the racing equipment business big time! And we can’t wait. After all, we’re a group of racers and hot rodders at heart and we are having withdrawals from not being at the track, from not designing and using “go-fast” products, heck you could even say from not being at the shop until 2 AM engineering and prototyping something to be more powerful and durable. It doesn’t matter if it is for the track or the street, we just have the desire to make the best possible products.
Here’s our new 6.7 Cummins Monster Ram undergoing testing! This piece of racing equipment solved the problem as only Gale would, instead of putting a big flow reducing dent in his “power elbow” to clear the #1 cylinder injector line, he replaces the line and does it right! As a result, our new 6.7 Monster Ram kicks butt, out-flowing everything on the market! And of course, we made our own custom injector line available for ease of install. We will be offering this Monster Ram with either a 4 inch or 3.5 inch (OEM size) inlet. It comes in our durable Banks Power red, but for those of you doing custom under the hood paint jobs, there will be a limited number with an unfinished option.
We are bringing out our new Ram Air Intake for the street. Here is a first article piece being flow tested and everything looks good, but more on that later.