We’ve yet to see a part from Wilson Manifolds that isn’t the best of the best. We’ve got to presume that this new intake manifold for direct-injected Cummins diesels is every bit as bad-ass as they claim.
Here’s the official release:
Wilson, a leading name in performance and racing induction systems,
has expanded its repertoire and announced an amazing new intake system
for all 5.9 liter common-rail Cummins engines from 2003-2007.
Depending upon the state of tune, the Thrasher can generate in
excess of 300 extra ft-lb of torque, or with lighter throttle use, the
equivalent in fuel savings.
In contrast with the OEM arrangement, this new induction system
provides greater equality of air-fuel distribution, especially in the
cruise zone of 2,000 to 2,250 rpm. As a result, the Thrasher generates
not only amazing gains in both torque and fuel economy but also
improves horsepower output, lowers exhaust gas temperatures, reduces
exhaust emissions, and improves drivability.