Test driving the truck confirmed there was no leaks and, most importantly, no dreaded Check Engine light. The Ram was strapped to the dyno for post-install numbers and laid down 260.17 hp and 266.91 lb-ft of torque. Those numbers represent a change of 7.62 hp and 2.8 lb-ft of torque at the peak. The biggest gains came much farther down in the proper driving area where a larger majority of the thrust control comes from. The dyno showed maximum gains of 10.48 hp and 16.48 lb-ft of torque down in the 3,000 through 4,000-rpm range, which is perfect for those pesky freeway on-ramps.