Banks Power Powerstroke 7.3L Single Monster Exhaust System

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1999-2003 Ford 7.3L Powerstroke
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F-250 & F-350 PICKUPS and EXCURSIONS: Banks 4" Monster exhaust pipes bolt behind the turbocharger. The streamlined turbine-outlet pipe, intermediate pipe and tailpipe are formed of stainless, heavy-wall tubing with constant-diameter bends to maximize flow, lower exhaust gas temps and slash backpressure up to 81%. (Available with or without a cast, large-bore Power Elbow™ housing.)

The polished-stainless Monster muffler features a straight-through 4”-diameter flow-path with a Banks-designed expansion chamber to dissipate the annoying mid-range exhaust drone that affects most straight-through designs. The muffler utilizes spun ceramic, very-high-temperature packing, more than doubles stock exhaust flow, and delivers an authoritative—but never intrusive—exhaust sound. A huge 5" polished-stainless steel tailpipe tip sports a rolled edge. Double-walled design with 1/2" air gap keeps heat from tarnishing exterior mirror finish. Adjustable clamp for positioning on tailpipe.



Power Elbow Assembly Option

  Remove the final restriction to power. Banks Power Elbow assembly slashes the stock outlet and pipe backpressure by 40%. Available separately or with Banks 4" Monster® Exhaust.


Application Notes 

To receive the correct downpipe it is important that you select the proper system for your truck. This Banks exhaust system is not designed to remove or “delete” the catalytic converter if one is present. 


Banks Brake and Banks Power Elbow cannot be used on the same vehicle

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Sean (Washington) 3/14/2009 5:27 PM
Excellent fit, easy install - exactly what I was looking for.
Anonymous (Unknown) 2/19/2008 9:57 AM
Great exhaust,sounds great and goes on easy. Quality metal and parts. Removal of the old down pipe is the hardest part you will encounter.