Where are the performance numbers?
dont you think maybe that the cats might be like on the hemi, where the has got to be some room for improvment, since it still a production cat for emissions. hennesy's seems to have made gains with just muffs, i bet you are doing better than you think.-dosent bassani have a access to some one with a dyno, they have got to need data for themselves?galoot said:have you looked at the cats? they're pretty big. they appear free flowing. with the rest of the system being well built in terms of performance, i'd assume dodge did not skimp on the cats. plus here in cali you can't touch them anyhow. the exhaust setup is similar to hennessey's, so i'd assume the power gains would be about the same. and like i said earlier i'll do what i can with the dyno testing to see the gains on the whole system.
question. does our truck run 4 cats? is that a second one in line after the first or some kind of resonance chamber?John Hennessey said:We use the mods we have already done on the Viper SRT10 as our measuring stick since it is the same motor. Our long tube header, exhaust and high flow cat system for the Viper SRT10 makes 474 rear wheel hp. So this is the benchmark for where I think our exhaust mods for the Ram SRT10 should be targeted.
Our SRT10 baselined 428 rw hp when it was bone stock and today we got 448 rw hp - primarily from exhaust mods. Next on our R&D list is long tube headers.
Sorry for the thread hijack. Bassani makes very nice parts and I would like to try them out when they become available.