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When installing an exhaust brake there are two different mounting configurations. One of the most typical exhaust brake installation is known as an inline mount. For this type of installation, adapters are required to seal the airflow from the exhaust brake to the exhaust pipe. They are mounted on either side of the brake and clamped into place.
The second type of exhaust brake, most often found on 2003 and newer Dodge vehicles, are exceptions as they are installed using a direct mount configuration, in which the exhaust brake is mounted directly to the turbo. This type of installation does not require adapters as one side of the brake attaches directly to the turbocharger and the other side directly to the exhaust pipe.
Pacbrake’s exhaust brake adapters feature machined flanges so that they are perfectly matched when connected to the exhaust brake housing. The adapters, combined with the V-Clamps (not included), ensure that there is a perfect air tight seal between all exhaust brake joints.
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