Toyota Tundra Exhaust

If you have a 2009-2010 5.7L Toyota Tundra pickup truck with a double cab medium bed or crew max short bed configuration and happen to find yourself wanting to upgrade your vehicle with aftermarket parts than Banks Power has you covered.  With a long history of great service and great parts, you can’t go wrong with them.  One thing that Banks does unlike its competitors isn’t just that they test all of their products extensively with very effective methods, but they even test their parts against the competition.  On their website you can view the results of Banks, stock, and other aftermarket model parts compared; and Banks always out performs them by a mile.

For the ideal exhaust system on your truck, check out the Banks Power Dual Monster Exhaust System, which has many advantages.  Such as its free-flowing, open design of 3″ constant diameter stainless-steel pipes that are mandrel-bent to ensure the best increase in flow dynamics.  These pipes are bolted behind the catalytic converter; the exhaust system reduces your vehicle’s backpressure by up to 76%.

With the included Monster Muffler and its straight-through, free-flowing design, you’ll be getting a tested, pleasant sound out of your vehicle.  Compared to stock systems, the Monster exhaust system more than doubles the airflow and is that much more dependable.  This level of performance leads an addition of 11 horsepower and 11 torque, leading to a much more improved rate of acceleration, and all of the other benefits lead to an increase of your vehicle’s fuel efficiency as well.

To seal the deal are two polished stainless-steel tailpipes that measure at 5 1/2″ X 4 1/2″ with rolled-edge angle-cut tips.  Not only is this entire system covered by Toyota’s factory warranty but it is also backed by Banks’ lifetime warranty.  So really this has to be the best option for you Tundra owners looking to install a new exhaust system, so if you’re ready to make that final commitment go online at Banks Power Products using the search bar located at the left-hand side of the screen or call at 714-848-2170.


Truck Dual Exhaust

So you’ve found yourself scouring the internet to learn what’s the deal with dual exhaust systems.  You want to know how they differ from single exit exhaust and which one is better.  The long and the short of it is that Dual exhaust systems can provide a gain in horsepower but it has to be an actual Dual exhaust system and not just a single that branches into two exits.  Those fake dual exits are merely for cosmetic value as opposed to say the Banks Power Dual Monster Exhaust System, built for 2004-2008 4.6L, 5.4L Ford V6 & V8, which is great sounding due to its free-flowing, open design.

The Dual Monster exhaust system is constructed with heavy-duty stainless-steel and larger diameter mandrel-bent pipes.  These pipes bolt behind the catalytic converter and help cut backpressure by up to 79% and increase the flow by up to 138%, which provides for an increase of power, fuel efficiency, and longevity.  The system’s polished stainless-steel, straight-through design muffler outperforms stock models in terms of flow and has an excellent exhaust noise.  Due to the systems light-weight and direct-fit-system easy lock-on technology, this system will safely clear your spare tire and keeps your vehicle under Ford’s factory warranty and it comes with a Banks Lifetime Ltd. Warranty.

You can’t go wrong with any of Banks’ products and you can rely on their exhaust systems to make your truck feel like a hundred bucks.  When the Monster Exhaust system is combined with the Monster Muffler, you’ll experience a significant boost in air flow and efficiency.  All the Banks products are like a big team that can work together on their own but are most effective when working together.  Banks’ line of exhausts are all available as parts of huge car part bundles or instead separately if you already have started upgrading your vehicle.

So if this wasn’t enough information about single and dual exhaust ports for you than go online at Banks Power Products using the left-hand sided search bar or call at 714-848-2170.