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Part #: BP49789

Banks Power 49789 Single Monster Exhaust System w/ DualTips

2011-2014 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke CCSB / CCLB
Part #: BP49789
$615.94
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The Banks Power 49789 Single Monster Exhaust System is constructed from 4" heavy-duty stainless steel and features dual CoolCuff exhaust tips that will not only lower tailpipe temperatures but also give your truck an aggressive, custom look.

The DPF-back Monster Exhaust system also features a constant-diameter intermediate pipe and tailpipe. The exclusive CoolCuff® design lowers tailpipe temperatures as much or more than stock while simultaneously improving flow and cutting back-pressure. Tested and refined by Banks engineers using Computational Fluid Dynamics software, then validated through extensive temperature testing in all areas: before and after the DPF, 6" out from the tip, by the spare tire, shocks, wiring, hoses, and more.

Features:
  • Slashes Back-pressure & Increases Flow
  • CoolCuff Dual Exhaust Tips
  • Stainless Steel Construction


NOTE: These exhaust systems do not fit Cab/Chassis models.


Specifications

  • MFG. Number 49789
  • Manufacturer Name Banks Power
  • Shipping Weight 60.00 lb.
  • Shipping Length 24 in.
  • Shipping Width 11 in.
  • Shipping Height 44 in.
  • Diameter 4"
  • Exhaust Exit Single
  • Exhaust Type Filter-Back
  • Material T409 Stainless Steel
  • UPC 801279497894

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Will this actually fit my 2011 F450?
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This system will not fit the F450 applications.
Will this fit a dually 2016 crew cab 8ft bed?
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No, this will only fit 2011-2014 trucks.
Is it suggested that I increase air intake also?
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The best way to complement and exhaust system is with a cold air intake system!