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The heavy-duty stainless steel 4" Monster Exhaust from Banks Power delivers like no other exhaust system can. This single exhaust shows off Banks' engineering prowess, including a constant-diameter (even through the bends) intermediate pipe and tailpipe, and the exclusive Monster Muffler. Dropping your stock exhaust for this beast will not only slash your EGTs but also get your exhaust flowing to cut backpressure up to 81%.
The thumping Monster Exhaust is available with or without the Banks Power Elbow--a cast large-bore elbow housing that removes your last restriction to power. The elbow further reduces backpressure by 40% by replacing the stock outlet with a better engineered, free flowing elbow and a huge 4" Monster turbine-outlet pipe.
The Monster Muffler features a straight-through 4" diameter flow-path with an exclusive expansion chamber that dissipates the annoying mid-range exhaust drone. The spun ceramic, very-high-temperature packing not only helps to more than double your exhaust flow, but also delivers the signature Monster sound.
The Monster Exhaust includes is finished off with Banks huge 5" round angle-cut rolled edge tailpipe tips. You choose between high-temp black or polished chrome-over stainless cleverly designed with a 1/2" air gap to keep the finish looking great. The tailpipe tips also feature an adjustable clamp that lets your position your tips just right.
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Will this exhaust fit with the power elbow on a garett 38 ball bearing turbo??
Yes, the elbow should just take place of the factory elbow.
Does the power elbow direct bolt to the Banks Power Quick-turbo Kit? I have a F250 1999 7.3L?
Yes it will.
with the power elbow taking the place of the stock elbow and getting rid of the exhaust valve with this cause codes to make the check engine light to be on all the time??
Yes, you would have to do a resistor in the EBP solenoid pigtail to fool the comp to keep the light off. If you need a little more detail shoot us a call.