Banks TorqueTube Exhaust Headers Customer Reviews
19 Customer Reviews
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Whether you’re towing a fishing boat up to your favorite mountain stream or chugging over rocky badlands on an off-roading expedition, a boost in torque gives your ride the muscle to conquer any task. And, the quickest path to tire-peeling torque is bolting on Banks TorqueTube Exhaust Headers.
Custom engineered for your exact engine, Banks TorqueTube Headers are tuned to literally suck the fumes out of your cylinders. Not only does this improved engine scavenging unlock serious torque, it also allows your power plant to draw in more oxygen for greater efficiency.
Best of all, Banks TorqueTube Exhaust Headers are built tough enough to outlast your vehicle. Each TorqueTube Header is expertly wrought from 400-series stainless steel, and the meaty flanges are milled dead flat to create a leak-free, warp-resistant fit. Plus, your Banks TorqueTube Exhaust Headers come with new mounting hardware and a Lifetime Warranty against defects.
Our 10+ Banks TorqueTube Exhaust Headers customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
19 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ignatius D (Damascus, MD) Reviewed for a 2003 Jeep Wrangler — Apr 20, 2013 7:11 PM
goid quality. big diff in response alone in my 2003 tj. huge pain to install. bolts for mini cats flanges had heads that are to short. can not keep socket on them once ckose to torque spec. reuse stock HW or get new from elsewhere. need a 14mm flex head box wrench for middle lower bilt. no other way to install. I Tried many diff ways. otherwise when done ur vehicle will thank u.
Reviewed by Anthony P (EL DORADO HILLS, CA) Reviewed for a 1995 Jeep Wrangler — Nov 27, 2012 8:04 AM
Don't see any difference in performance, not worth the additional funds. The attachmednt rail is approx 0.050 thicker than the Intake Manifold requiring shims to properly tighten.
Reviewed by Scott H (Mount Vernon, WA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-250 — Oct 15, 2012 11:01 AM
Spent the extra for the Banks tubes and although they are very difficult to install and get to hook up to the existing plumbing, they are very high quality and the finished product is one I am happy with both for sound and aesthetics as well as performance. Give a nice low growl to the sound.
Reviewed by Ed H (Aberdeen, MS) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado — Aug 30, 2012 5:56 AM
Welding leaves a little to be desired, but over all appearance is good. Very easy to install taking about 2.5 hours. Does make a differance in sound but have not seen any change to mileage and can not say they have added to the torque of my 2007 2500HD 6.0, but have to say I've not put that many miles on it yet with this addition.
Reviewed by Brian P (Bountiful, UT) — Aug 18, 2012 5:29 AM
Put this on 2001 TJ 4.0. I dont drive this vehicle often so I am still wondering if this upgrade is worth the money. I now have what would be considered the "stinger system" from Banks but bought parts seperate instead of together and the headers were the last part. I did notice they cleaned up the sound a little (less annoying and more smooth deep sound). I believe it has improved mpg but not sure from the 50 miles I've put on. Worth the money? Probly not, but Autoanything beats all prices.
Reviewed by Nathan T (Brookings, SD) Reviewed for a 2008 GMC C/K 1500 — Feb 22, 2012 10:13 AM
These headers were purchased to help my little half ton, as I pull an enclosed trailer with four or five of my motorcycles on vacations. They have given my truck a noticeable gain in power, accompanied by a vararam ram air, and banks monster exhaust. What amazes me is the increased mileage. I burn e85, and in town stock my truck was averaging 8.6 miles per gallon, it now is averaging 12.8! Two miles per gallon better at interstate speeds! It will make your truck noticeably louder, and in four cylinder mode it sounds, well, like it's missing on four cylinders. Lol the positives well outweigh the negatives.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jul 06, 2012 8:15 AM
These say 50 state legal, but what about CARB?
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jul 06, 2012 12:09 PM
If they state that they are 50-state legal, theat means that they ARE CARB exempt. Parts that are not “CARB exempt” may violate emission control system anti-tampering laws, and may not be legal for highway use in certain states. Check here for details and a list of states that follow the CARB standard.flag Accept Answer