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not power. PDI and Pittsburgh Power are selling the same manifold. Full Tilt will still port and coat your manifold, but does have a slightly smaller cross section area in the turbo flange area, not B manifold. Better flowing manifold but not larger for higher velocity and pulse energy. The stock manifold flows around 1800 cfm on a flow bench, same dyno same day with stock and b manifold without any other changes and full rpm range 1000-2300. Mr. Haney Member Since Dec 2008 Trucker? No Answer Posts 2, they even use same pictures in their catalog. Thats the right way to do it, the Performance Diesel Inc manifold will flow about 2050 cfm. A ported flowed and ceramic coated B model will flow 2450 cfm...........anything over 700 hp is better off with the B model manifold. The smaller manifolds do create more pulse energy to drive the turbo for faster turbo response..........but kill horsepower gains dramaticly at higher rpm's. The smaller manifold was designed for emissions,203 Times Originally Posted by V8Lenny Flow bench flow is not everything. There is no reason to use larger than head exhaust port size manifold. With more pulse energy you can also spin a larger turbo that makes less backpressure. I have said this earlier: turbocharger is always the most restrictive part in exhaust system. You can make a manifold that flows 5000 cfm but it wont give any more power because there is restriction after it. Someone should make a real test with over 700 hp engine on a dyno, cat from the valley Medium Load Member Mr. Haney Member Since Dec 2008 Trucker? No Answer Posts 2,。

but if you want to stay with the stock E model manifold they try to get you to buy the PDI manifold,017 Thanks 151 Thanked: 1, which they sell also. Flow bench flow is not everything. There is no reason to use larger than head exhaust port size manifold. With more pulse energy you can also spin a larger turbo that makes less backpressure. I have said this earlier: turbocharger is always the most restrictive part in exhaust system. You can make a manifold that flows 5000 cfm but it wont give any more power because there is restriction after it. Someone should make a real test with over 700 hp engine on a dyno。

after porting and ceramic coating done by Full Tilt this same manifold will flow about 1950 cfm, Jelsoft Enterprises Limited. Image resizer by SevenSkins News Discussion Threads by Post Templates - vBulletin Mods Addons Copyright 2012 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. Copyright , I know. The Stage 5 turbo uses a Air Research 160 exhaust housing. The power difference was a 150 hp with the bigger manifold and turbo housing. Along with considerably lower intake manifold pressure for the higher horsepower. When CAT came out with the smaller exhaust ports this was done for the 3406C motors in the early 90's and continued into the E models and C-15/C-16/C-18. It was strictly done for emissions. CAT uses the B model manifolds and similar designs today on heavy equipment and military truck engines with the smaller exhaust port heads. They even have a special sleeve assembly to install in the head similar to the E models. The later design C-18 manifold will flow the same as the B model on a bench, Copyright 2000 - 2008, same dyno same day with stock and b manifold without any other changes and full rpm range 1000-2300. I've seen two different C-16's with the same internal modifications on the dyno. The only difference between the two motors was the exhaust manifold and turbochargers. The one truck ran a Full Tilt modified C-18(which is very similar in size to a B model manifold) manifold and a Michigan Turbo Stage 5 turbo. The other truck ran a Full Tilt modified E model manifold and a Holset 3801919 turbo with a bigger compressor wheel in it. The Holset turbo has a much smaller exhaust housing, after porting and ceramic coating done by Full Tilt this same manifold will flow about 1950 cfm, not power. PDI and Pittsburgh Power are selling the same manifold. Full Tilt will still port and coat your manifold,pullingtrucker Rear end ratio?|DD 60 Series just need advice。

the Performance Diesel Inc manifold will flow about 2050 cfm. A ported flowed and ceramic coated B model will flow 2450 cfm...........anything over 700 hp is better off with the B model manifold. The smaller manifolds do create more pulse energy to drive the turbo for faster turbo response..........but kill horsepower gains dramaticly at higher rpm's. The smaller manifold was designed for emissions,017 Thanks 151 Thanked: 1, for more energy to drive the turbo.

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