Pacbrake Releases Max Flow Exhaust Brake

April 2008, - Feature

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Pacbrake has released a new Max Flow PRXB Exhaust Brake specifically designed for 1994-2002 Dodge trucks equipped with HX/HY35 turbo engines.

The Max Flow features a cast housing that facilitates faster escape of waste gases, enabling more horsepower, more torque and lower exhaust gas temperatures.

All Pacbrake PRXB designs, including the new Max Flow, deliver stronger braking horsepower, speed reductions and shortest stopping distances possible without the use of service brakes. It maintains retarding performance by maximizing the exhaust backpressure throughout the entire rpm range. The PRXB delivers constant exhaust pressure (braking) as early as 1200 rpm through to the maximum allowable rpm.

The brake mounts directly to the turbocharger outlet with a five-bolt flange in the Directmount design, eliminating the factory flange. This enables the turbocharger to spool up faster, decreasing turbo lag and, in turn, increasing horsepower and torque while lowering exhaust gas temperatures.

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