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Old 08-11-2009, 06:46 AM
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Replacement Filter for Banks Ram Air System

Does anyone happen to know the Banks part number for the AIR FILTER in the Banks Ram Air system? 99-04 F350 V10

Or a possible K&N or who ever replacement. The banks part number would very helpfull.

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Old 08-12-2009, 02:54 PM
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here is the website. you can call the 1-800 #http://bankspower.com/
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Thanks for the reply senix,

I just walked in from picking up some parts from a local off road shop. While I was there they looked up the filter for me and seemed confident it was the correct one so I went ahead and ordered it. It will take a week+ or so to come in. It's supposed to be the original Banks filter.

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I have a 08 F250 4x4 and pull a 28 ft 5th wheel. I get about 10 mpg pulling in hills 60 65. I put on a Banks Ram Air and a Superchip. I did not increase my mpg any. I am looking for any recomendations. Thanks.
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I have a 08 F250 4x4 and pull a 28 ft 5th wheel. I get about 10 mpg pulling in hills 60 65. I put on a Banks Ram Air and a Superchip. I did not increase my mpg any. I am looking for any recomendations. Thanks.

With the 6.4 and I am sure the soon to be 6.7 the only way to really increase mpgs is gonna removal of the DPF. This will require a programmer that is capable of that.
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I appreciate you replying so soon. I am new to this site and lingo. What is a DPF? Thanks
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DPF=Diesel Particulate Filter.
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You have a nice looking rig, Scott. Thank you for the information and I hope you have a great day.
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