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The engine bay is packed tightly, with only the bare necessities in view. Tubing protects all essential componetry from rollover damage, and the chassis design features bolt-together flanges in key areas to allow easy serviceability. The Ram Jet 502 puts out an estimated 560 lb-ft of torque at 5,000rpm. A massive aluminum radiator manages coolant temperature, while exhaust is routed through a set of Sanderson headers.