Banks Power Ram-Air Intake System 42220
Manufacturer: Banks Power
Mfg. Number: 42220
XDP Part Number: BP42220
Testing, testing & more testing.
Banks Ram-Air Intake Systems are tested and proven. They start out as
CAD software prototypes and are put through flow simulations. After a
hardware prototype is made, it's tested on a flowbench. Then it's tested
on the vehicle. And finally, Banks' density-tests the Ram-Air against
stock and many competitors.
Proven design. Proven performance.
Thanks to its enclosed cold-air housing, huge inlet, giant
dome-shaped lifetime filter and streamlined design, Banks Ram-Air Intake
maximizes the flow of cool, dense air to the engine for greater power
and fuel economy. It flows 35% better than stock. And delivers greater
air density to the turbo's inlet than the stock system and every
It's all about density.
And Banks Ram-Air Intakes deliver. The harder you work your truck,
the more Banks Ram-Air Intake improves power and fuel economy!
Longer service life, too.
An aftermarket exclusive: with 5" bellows, Banks Ram-Air accommodates
engine movement, which protects the components and extends service
life. What's more, Ram-Air is designed to not cause fault or error
2012 GMC LML
7/23/2014 7:38 PM
Bought this product because of one simple fact when it comes to safe and reliable power Banks is #1. Before installing this intake and a Banks 4 inch Monster Exhaust I was getting about 15.5 hwy and about 12.5 city. But I'm sitting on a Rough Country level kit and 33.1250.18 toyo m/t's. After installation it boosted me up to 15 city and up to 21 hwy. No programmers or any tuning either. Things to come in future MBRP turbo downpipe and maybe Banks Automind.
MORE TQ and SOUND but NO MPGs
1/5/2013 11:25 PM
good power for my 2011 LML NO PROGRAMMER. They don't offer the superscoop for the LML but I bought it any way. It doesn't mount with the given hardware so you need to be good with your hands. If not, do not get the LMM super scoop. I got it mount on one panel bolt at the bottom of bumper. Had to drill about 2 or 3 holes and heavy duty zip tie for the upper. Some heavy duty rubber to snug up the connection to the filter box. And I also sealed up the big hole on the side to keep hot engine air out. Long story short 50 MPH - 27 MPG, INTERSTATE AT 70 MPH 24.4 MPG on the dash read out with 50 degree weather. better than 19.2 MPG AT 70 MPH. I put 1/4 a tank in cruised the highways for about 2.5 hours. Burned half of the quarter. $159 for the LMM super scoop and 5 EXTRA MPG... No Bull Not sure about my power gains but its still strong as an OX.