CJ Banks Automobile Parts 48784-48788 User's Manual

CJ Banks Automobile Parts 48784-48788 User's Manual
with Installation Instructions
Owner’sManual
Banks Monster
Exhaust System
®
2003-2006 Ford Power Stroke 6.0L
Turbo-Diesel F250/F350 Trucks & Excursions
THIS MANUAL IS FOR USE WITH SYSTEMS
48755-48761, 48764-48768, 48781, 48784-48788
Gale Banks Engineering
546 Duggan Avenue • Azusa, CA 91702
(626) 969-9600 • Fax (626) 334 -1743
Product Information & Sales: (800) 438-7693
Customer Support: (888) 839-5600
Installation Support: (888) 839-2700
bankspower.com
©2006 Gale Banks Engineering
03/07/06 PN 96440 v.10.0
General Installation Practices
Dear Customer,
If you have any questions
concerning the installation of
your Banks Power System,
please call our Technical Service
Hotline at (888) 839-2700
between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm
(PT). If you have any questions
relating to shipping or billing,
please contact our Customer
Service Department at (888)
839-5600.
Thank you.
1. Before starting work, familiarize
yourself with the installation procedure
by reading all of the instructions.
2. The exploded view (Figure 1, pages
4-5) provides only general guidance.
Refer to each step and section diagram
in this manual for proper instruction.
3. Throughout this manual, the left
the topsides. When raising the front
of the vehicle, put the transmission in
park (automatic) or reverse (manual),
set the parking brake, and block the
rear wheels. When raising the back of
the vehicle, be sure the vehicle is on
level ground and the front wheels are
blocked securely. Caution! Do not use
floor jacks to support the vehicle
while working under it. Do not raise
the vehicle onto concrete blocks,
masonry or any other item not
intended specifically for this use.
7. During installation, keep the work
area clean. Do not allow anything to
be dropped into intake, exhaust, or
lubrication system components while
performing the installation, as foreign
objects will cause immediate engine
damage upon start-up.
Tools Required:
• 1⁄ 2" and 3⁄ 8" drive ratchets with inch
and metric sockets and 1⁄ 2" and 3⁄ 8"
drive extension
side of the vehicle refers to the
driver’s side, and the right side to
the passenger’s side.
• Inch and metric combination or
open-end wrenches
4. Disconnect the negative (ground)
• Clean shop towels or rags
cable from the battery (or batteries, if
there are two) before beginning work.
• Standard screwdriver
• Pry-bar
5. Route and tie wires and hoses a
• Reciprocating saw
minimum of 6" away from exhaust
heat, moving parts and sharp edges.
Clearance of 8" or more is recommended
where possible.
Highly recommended
tools and supplies:
6. When raising the vehicle, support
it on properly weight-rated safety
stands, ramps or a commercial hoist.
Follow the manufacturer’s safety
precautions. Take care to balance the
vehicle to prevent it from slipping or
falling. When using ramps, be sure the
front wheels are centered squarely on
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• Inch-pound and foot-pound
torque wrenches
• Penetrating oil or light
lubricant spray
• Transmission jack (manual
transmission)
Monster Exhaust System Installation
1. Disconnect the negative (ground)
cable from the battery (if there is more
than one battery, disconnect both
negative cables). Secure the cable so
it cannot accidentally come in contact
with the post.
2. Raise the vehicle and support it
securely with properly weight-rated
safety stands, ramps or a commercial
hoist. Take care to balance the vehicle
to prevent it from slipping or falling.
When using ramps, be sure the wheels
are centered squarely on the topsides.
Place the transmission in park
(automatic) or reverse (manual), set the
parking brake and securely block the
wheels that are on the ground.
CAUTION:
DO NOT WORK UNDER ANY VEHICLE
SUPPORTED ONLY BY A JACK. SEVERE
INJURY MAY RESULT.
WARNING! The following step
may require the use of a torch and/
or saw. Proper safety equipment
should be used. Failure to use proper
safety equipment may result in
severe injury.
3. From under the vehicle, remove the
factory exhaust system from the catalytic
converter back. Starting at the rear of
the vehicle, remove each component
by either cutting through the pipe near
the clamps or by removing the clamps
and heating the joints with an oxyacetylene torch to allow crimped pipes
to separate. DO NOT CUT OR DAMAGE
CATALYTIC CONVERTER TUBING
DURING THE REMOVAL PROCESS. To
assist in removal, the T.O.P. should be
cut before the transmission if it is
going to be replaced. Remove the
hanger pins from the rubber hangers
with a pry bar. (Spray lubricant will ease
hanger removal.)
4. Remove the two (2) nuts attaching
the turbine outlet pipe (T.O.P.) to the
catalytic converter inlet. Loosen and
remove the band clamp that attaches
the rear intermediate pipe to the
catalytic converter outlet. Remove
the catalytic converter assembly from
the vehicle. Remove the band-clamp
that attaches the T.O.P. to the
turbocharger and remove the factory
T.O.P. from the vehicle. Retain V-band
clamp for re-assembly.
Note: To assist in T.O.P. removal,
remove the rear engine hoist hook by
removing the two (2) Hex screws and
remove the valve cover heatshield.
The dipstick tube may also be
removed or slightly bent to allow for
T.O.P. removal/installation. Retain all
hardware and parts for reassembly.
For Manual Transmissions only: the
transmission will need to be lowered
to allow for removal and installation of
the T.O.P. Using a Transmission Jack,
support the rear of the transmission to
allow working room for the T.O.P. and
remove the rear transmission mount
and crossmember. Remove the Front
drive shaft support bracket from the
cab. Lower the transmission 4-6" and
remove the factory T.O.P.
The transmission may need to be
raised before the Banks T.O.P. is
installed. Install the Banks T.O.P. Raise
the transmission and reinstall drive
shaft bracket, transmission
crossmember and rear transmission
mount. Refer to vehicles owners manual
for factory Torque Specifications.
5. Loosely place the factory V-band
clamp on the Banks T.O.P. Install the
Banks T.O.P. to the turbine housing.
Loosely snug the V-band clamp
assuring the T.O.P. is aligned properly.
Note: Reinstall the engine hoist hook
and valve cover heat shield if
previously removed.
6. The catalytic converter inlet will
need to be trimmed to accommodate
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Figure 1
General Assembly Diagram
1
Turbine Outlet Pipe (T.O.P.) (1)
2
Front Intermediate Pipe (1)
3
Rear Intermediate Pipe (Crew-Cab Long-bed / Crew-Cab Short-Bed) (1)
4
Extension Pipe (Crew-Cab Long-Bed) (1)
5
Rear Intermediate Pipe (Extended-Cab Long-Bed) (1)
6
Rear Intermediate Pipe (Extended-Cab Short-Bed and Excursion) (1)
7
Rear Intermediate Pipe (Regular-Cab Long-Bed) (1)
8
Banks Monster Muffler (1)
9
Monster Tailpipe (1)
10
Polished 5" Exhaust Tip (1)
11
Exhaust Clamp, 4" (1)*
12
Exhaust Clamp, 31⁄ 2" (2)
13
Hanger Clamp, Front, Muffler
14
Hanger Clamp, Rear, Muffler
15
Hanger Pin Assembly (1)**
16
Bolt, 8-1.25x30mm (2)**
17
Washer, Flat, 5⁄ 16" (2)**
18
Nut, Lock, 8-1.25mm (2)**
19
Spacers, 8mm (2)***
20
Banks Power decals (2)
12
12
11
2
1
4
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3
3
* Crew-Cab Long-Bed models contain two (2) 4" exhaust clamps
** Crew-Cab Short-Bed only
*** Long-Bed only
10
16
19
15
14
8
18
17
9
13
4
11
20
5
6
7
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the Banks exhaust system. Be careful
not to trim an excessive amount of
tubing. Be sure to wear proper
safety equipment.
about 7" rear of the inlet flange). Using
a reciprocating saw or equivalent,
vertically cut and remove 7" from the
converter outlet tubing (see Figure 2).
IMPORTANT: Diesel catalysts may
become plugged with soot which
can restrict exhaust flow, impeding
performance. Inspect the converter
by shining a powerful flashlight into
the inlet. Observe the light through
the other end of the converter.
The full circle of the flashlight should
be visible without any blockage
in the gridwork of the catalyst.
If excessive soot is observed, the
catalyst may need to be cleaned.
TAKE PRECAUTIONS to avoid blowing
soot toward the work area or where
it could be inhaled. ALWAYS use
breathing protection. Also inspect
the catalyst for damage (i.e. chips,
bent corners, etc.) to the gridwork.
If your catalytic converter is
damaged, it may be covered under
your vehicle’s emissions warranty.
B) Install the supplied Banks front
intermediate pipe onto the previously
installed Banks T.O.P. Loosely install
a supplied 4" exhaust clamp onto
the forward end of the front
intermediate pipe.
A) With the catalytic converter
removed from the vehicle and the
headpipe removed from the converter,
measure approximately 4" from the
weld and mark the location (this
location should be before any bend,
Figure 2
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C) Install the supplied 31⁄ 2" clamp onto
the outlet of the front intermediate pipe.
Place the trimmed catalytic converter
onto the previously installed front
intermediate pipe. Loosely snug the
clamp onto the catalytic converter inlet.
7. Place a supplied 31⁄ 2" clamp
onto the front of the supplied rear
intermediate pipe.
Note: Review the Parts List Table on
page 11 to verify the rear intermediate
pipe P/N.
8. Install the supplied rear intermediate
pipe onto the catalytic converter outlet.
Be sure the notch and catalytic converter
pin are properly aligned. Lightly snug
the 31⁄ 2" clamp onto the front of the
intermediate pipe / catalytic converter
outlet. For crew-cab long-bed models,
install the supplied extension pipe onto
the intermediate pipe and snug a
supplied 4" clamp onto the connection.
Note: Exhaust clamps should be
placed at the beginning of the slot and
evenly tightened.
muffler hanger location (see Figure 3).
Note: spacers are to be installed between
the hanger pin and the inside of the frame
rail. Torque factory nuts to 20 ft-lbs.
9. For crew-cab long-bed, extended-cab
it is necessary to replace the factoryinstalled frame-mounted hanger pin
that is located behind the rear
transmission crossmember.
short bed, and extended-cab long-bed
models, it is necessary to relocate the
factory-installed frame-mounted hanger
pin that is located behind the rear
transmission crossmember.
A) Remove the two (2) factory nuts that
mount the front muffler hanger pin to
the frame rail and remove the hanger
pin from the vehicle.
Note: Extended cab short bed models
will NOT use the two (2) 3⁄ 8" spacers.
B) Re-install the frame mounted hanger
pin using the two (2) 3⁄ 8" long steel
spacers onto the factory exhaust
hanger studs. Install the hanger/spacer
assembly into the vehicle frame holes
about 10-16" to the rear of the original
10. For crew-cab short-bed models,
A) Using a pry bar, completely remove
the rubber hanger from the front muffler
hanger pin. Remove the two (2) factory
nuts on the front muffler hanger pin
from the frame rail and remove the
hanger pin from the vehicle. Retain
the rubber hanger for re-assembly.
B) Install the supplied hanger pin to the
vehicle frame about 10-16" to the rear
of the original muffler hanger location
(see Figure 3). Install the supplied bolts
and washers into the hanger plate and
through the frame. Install the supplied
nuts and torque to 20 ft-lbs.
Figure 3
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C) Reinstall the rubber hanger onto the
mounted hanger pin assembly.
11. Install the single pin front hanger
clamp onto the rear of the intermediate
pipe with the hanger pin on the inside
facing the muffler. Insert the hanger
pin into the vehicle's rubber grommet.
Install the inlet of the Banks Monster
muffler to the intermediate pipe.
12. For F-series Trucks, install the
dual pin rear hanger clamp onto the
outlet of the Monster muffler with the
hanger pins on the inside, facing the
muffler.
For Excursions, install the rear hanger
clamp with the pins facing to the rear
of the vehicle. Insert the two hanger
pins into the vehicle's rubber
grommets.
Figure 4
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13. Route the tailpipe over the rear
axle housing and into the muffler outlet.
Install the tailpipe hanger pin into the
corresponding rubber hanger. Loosely
snug the 4" hanger clamp onto the
muffler outlet.
14. Install the 5" Monster tailpipe tip on
the exhaust. Keep the wrapping on
until installation is complete. The tip
should be rotated so the clamp nut and
drain hole are pointing down. Align the
end of the tip with the body line of the
truck.
15. With everything positioned
properly, begin to tighten the clamps
starting with the ones closest to the
front and working your way back.
Torque the exhaust clamps evenly to
35 ft-lbs. Make sure that each slip is
fully inserted (+/- 1⁄ 4 inch) and that all
mount hangers are in the forward
position (see Figure 4).
16. Remove the protective covering
from the tailpipe tip. Caution: The
protective covering may ignite and
burn if not removed prior to running
the engine.
17. Your system includes two “Banks
Power” logos designed to complement
the Ford badging on your truck. Use the
provided measurements (see Figure 5)
to position the logos for a clean
factory look.
18. Re-connect negative battery
cable(s). Start the engine and listen
for exhaust leaks. Tighten the exhaust
clamps as necessary. Whenever
possible, tack-welding slip connections
to prevent disengagement is
Figure 5
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10
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2003 T.O.P w/Resonator
Front Intermediate Pipe
Exhaust Clamp, 4"
Exhaust Clamp, 3.5"
Owners Manual
53525
53526
52470
52468
96440
2004 T.O.P w/ Out Resonator
Front Intermediate Pipe
Exhaust Clamp, 4"
Exhaust Clamp, 3.5"
Owners Manual
53537
53526
52470
52468
96440
T.O.P. System (Build Date 10/03 & Later)
Description
(Build Date 9/03 & Earlier)
P/N
T.O.P. System
1
1
1
1
1
48781
1
1
1
1
1
48761
Std. Cab LB
137" WB
1
1
1
1
1
48781
1
1
1
1
1
48761
Ext. Cab SB
141" WB
1
1
1
1
1
48781
1
1
1
1
1
48761
Crew Cab SB
156" WB
1
1
1
1
1
48781
1
1
1
1
1
48761
Ext. Cab LB
158" WB
1
1
1
1
1
48781
1
1
1
1
1
48761
Crew Cab LB
172" WB
Parts List—Ford Power Stroke Monster Exhaust
1
1
1
1
1
48781
1
1
1
1
1
48761
Excursion
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Tailpipe
Tailpipe (Excursion)
Tailpipe Tip
Hanger, Clamp, Front Muffler
Hanger, Clamp, Rear Muffler
Hanger Clamp, Front, Muffler (Excursion)
Hanger Clamp, Rear, Muffler (Excursion)
Exhaust Clamp, 4"
Exhaust Clamp, 3.5"
Rear Interm. Pipe (Kit 48750)
Rear Interm. Pipe (Kit 48751)
Rear Interm. Pipe (Kit 48752)
Rear Interm. Pipe (Kit 48753)
Rear Interm. Pipe (Kit 48754)
Rear Interm. Pipe (Excursion)
Frame Hanger, Muffler
Nuts, Lock M8-1.25
53800
53512
53536
52383
53453
53454
53498
53499
52470
52468
53527
53528
53529
53530
53531
53534
53532
91803
Owners Manual
96440
Warranty Card
Spacer
91019
96503
Washer, Flat
91202
5⁄ 16
Description
Monster Muffler
P/N
Monster Exhaust System
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
48755
Std. Cab LB
137" WB
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
48756
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
48757
Ext. Cab SB Crew Cab SB
141" WB
156" WB
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
48758
Ext. Cab LB
158" WB
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
48759
Crew Cab LB
172" WB
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
48760
Excursion
Gale Banks Engineering
546 Duggan Avenue • Azusa, CA 91702
(626) 969-9600 • Fax (626) 334 -1743
Product Information & Sales: (800) 438-7693
Customer Support: (888) 839-5600
Installation Support: (888) 839-2700
bankspower.com
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