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BD-Power 1040050 Exhaust Brake Downpipe Adapter 24626 10.00 BD-Power 1040050 Exhaust Brake Downpipe Adapter
$ 185
The BD-Power 1040050 Exhaust Brake Downpipe Adapter for your 89-93 Dodge 5.9L Cummins is required when installing a turbo-mounted exhaust brake from BD-Power.
BD-Power 2033135 Turbo Mount Exhaust Brake 24648 13.00 BD-Power 2033135 Turbo Mount Exhaust Brake
$ 1045
The BD-Power 2033135 Turbo Mount Exhaust Brake for your 1989-1998 Dodge 5.9L Cummins provides you safety and comfort while driving around the country. Descending grades can be a hazardous and tricky situation, resulting in over heated service and trailer brakes, that leads to brake fade, excessive wear, and costly unwarranted repairs. BD Engine brake has been the industries time proven variable regulating back-pressure exhaust brake. Controlled by a lighted On/Off toggle switch or optional stick-mounted rocker switch for manual transmissions, the BD brake communicates with the engines electronic idle verification board for quick engagement. How it works: Using BDs exclusive Variable butterfly Technology, providing peak retarding power throughout the engines rpm range unlike some models that rely on a hole/orifice within the butterfly to calibrate back-pressure only in the higher engine RPM . BDs turbo-mount design bolts in place of the factory elbow between the turbo and the exhaust system. The advantage to regulating the butterfly vs. other brands is: The Butterfly is constantly exercising thus reducing the possibility of carbon and rust deposit forming that can cause premature wear and binding. Furthermore no maintenance or lubricating is required providing miles of trouble free service. The BD Brakes rugged cast-iron housing incorporates BDs exclusive AlumiBronze bushing and positive sealing piston ring, no blind holes for carbon and rust to form, and miles of leak free retarding.Stainless steel butterfly shaft that has proven to stand up under the harsh, high-heat conditions of the exhaust environment, the offset butterfly valve wont stick, and has been strategically placed in the elbow so that it wont impede exhaust flow when in the open position. Brake valve is actuated by a powerful, three-inch vacuum cylinder. Automatic-equipped trucks require BDs programmable AutoLoc and PressureLoc kits (sold separately) to electronically control torque converter clutch engagement. This addition effectively reduces slippage, resulting in peak retarding performance as well as lower transmission temperatures. Features: Vacuum Actuated Turbo Mount - For Stock Turbo 60# Valve Springs Required (Sold Separately) Notes (Please Read For Additional Required Components): 1989-1998 12-valve engines require 1030060 exhaust valve spring kit 1989-1993 turbo mount brakes require 1040050 down pipe kit 1996-1998 "California" spec engines with EGR require 1030030 Kit Trucks with automatic transmissions are suggested to also install an AutoLoc for electronic controlled lock-converters, or, a lower stall converter for manual or no lock-up converters. For stock turbos only. If you plan on upgrading please see BD-Power Remote Mount 1037135 Exhaust Brake as it can be used with aftermarket turbos.
BD-Power Remote Mount 4" Exhaust Brake 1037135 15700 22.00 BD-Power Remote Mount 4" Exhaust Brake 1037135
$ 1205
The BD-Power Remote Mount 4" Exhaust Brake 1037135 provides safe braking power to your 1989-1998 Dodge 5.9L cummins. Descending grades with trailers can be hazardous and tricky situations, resulting in over heated service and trailer brakes, that leads to brake fade, excessive wear, and costly unwarranted repairs. BD Engine brake has been the industries time proven variable regulating back-pressure exhaust brake. Controlled by a lighted On/Off toggle switch or optional stick-mounted rocker switch for manual transmissions, the BD brake communicates with the engines electronic idle verification board for quick engagement. Using BDs exclusive Variable butterfly Technology, providing peak retarding power throughout the engines rpm range unlike some models that rely on a hole/orifice within the butterfly to calibrate back-pressure only in the higher engine RPM . Got a modified or twin-turbo application? This remote mount exhaust brake incorporates all of the standard BD-Power technology found in their turbo mount units in a 4 free flowing design that wont impede the exhaust flow and performance enhancements you worked so hard to achieve. The BD Brakes rugged cast-iron housing incorporates BDs exclusive AlumiBronze bushing and positive sealing piston ring, no blind holes for carbon and rust to form, and miles of leak free retarding. Features: For Use With Non-Stock Turbochargers Remote Mount - Mounts Inline In Exhaust System 60# Valve Springs Required (Sold Separately) Vacuum Actuated Notes (Please Read For Additional Required Components): 1989-1998 12-valve engines require 1030060 exhaust valve spring kit 1989-1993 turbo mount brakes require 1040050 down pipe kit 1996-1998 "California" spec engines with EGR require 1030030 Kit Trucks with automatic transmissions are suggested to also install an AutoLoc for electronic controlled lock-converters, or, a lower stall converter for manual or no lock-up converters
Pacbrake C11420 3.5" Mounting Group 25437 5.00 Pacbrake C11420 3.5" Mounting Group
$ 143.27
The Pacbrake C11420 3.5" Mounting Group includes the adapters needed to install your InLine Mount Pacbrake Exhaust Brake in a 3.5" exhaust system. Features: Fits 3.5" Exhaust Systems Includes 2 Adapters and 2 Clamps
Pacbrake C11440 3" Mounting Group 25438 5.00 Pacbrake C11440 3" Mounting Group
$ 169.13
The Pacbrake C11440 3" Mounting Group includes the adapters needed to install your InLine Mount Pacbrake Exhaust Brake in a 3" exhaust system. Features: Fits 3" Exhaust Systems Includes 2 Adapters and 2 Clamps
Pacbrake C18037 Maintenance Lube 19177 1.00 Pacbrake C18037 Maintenance Lube
$ 7.81
Pacbrake exhaust brakes are relatively maintenance free when used at every opportunity. However, to get the maximum amount of trouble free service a few areas require periodic lubrication. Lubrication is one key factor for trouble free service of your exhaust brake. The two reasons that give an exhaust brake problems are worn parts and seizing parts. Worn parts are caused by extreme use without the benefit of the proper lubrication. Seized parts can be attributed to seasonal use and lack of lubrication. Periodic lubrication will prevent these two issues. Applying Pacbrakes synthetic lubricant to the moving parts at every oil change will eliminate both these problems. FOR OPTIMUM RESULTS, FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS With the engine off, apply a sufficient amount (4-5 drops) to the following locations: Both cylinder pivot ends Cylinder air line port Main butterfly shaft Cylinder rod Base of the spring lever (PRXB only)