1999-2004 6.8L Super-Duty Pickup: Banks has the formula for building V-10 muscle: the stainless-steel PowerPack adds best gains of +56 hp, +67 lb-ft torque, and 7 percent more miles to the tank-full. A pair of bulletproof TorqueTube manifolds uncorks major torque for big hauling and climbing jobs. Banks optional electronic AutoMind engine-calibration module maximizes power while keeping a stern check on the air-to-fuel ratio, for safe exhaust temperatures and engine longevity. Vehicle is EGR-equipped (1999 models only) if there is a large hex fitting connecting steel tube to exhaust manifold on driver's side. To identify type of catalytic converter, locate flange between Y-pipe and cat converter: Early style cat converter flange behind transmission cross-member. Late style cat converter--flange in front of transmission cross-member. Systems do not fit 2005 (3-valve) vehicles--designated by a V in the 8th position of the VIN number. PowerPickle. Banks invented a ballistic flow device to overcome the problem that occurs where tubes join within a single collector (a dead zone that kills exhaust-gas velocity). The patented PowerPickle fills that void and utilizes the rotational firing order to maximize exhaust extraction. This detail-exclusive to Banks-captures exhaust-gas action and turns it into massive torque. Gasoline: 6.8L (V-10), 1999-2005. Test vehicle: 1999 Ford F-350 crew cab dually, 6.8L Triton V-10, 4R100 4-speed automatic, 4.10 rear axle ratio, 7500 lbs solo weight, 20,000 lbs combined towing weight. Horsepower and torque measured at rear wheels.
PowerPack Bundle, Complete Power System with Single Exit Exhaust, Chrome Tip for use with 1999-2004 Ford 6.8L Truck, EGR Late Catalytic Converter