Banks Power Six-Gun Bundle

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2001-2004 GM 6.6L Duramax LB7
Banks Power
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No airflow gridlock.
Banks Six-Gun Bundle replaces the power-robbing factory airflow inefficiencies with free-flowing components that dramatically increase intake airflow and air density and expel exhaust with virtually no backpressure.

Power that keeps its cool.
Banks balances the improved airflow with advanced CleanTune™ Technology that nearly doubles the HP and adds up to 84% more torque!

Live long and run strong.
Forget mismatched components. Run away from tuners that can destroy your engine. Everything in the Six-Gun Bundle is engineered to work together and maximize your engine’s power, efficiency and durability. Six-Gun Bundle honors your vehicle by safely living within the limits of your engine and powertrain. Your Duramax will run stronger and live longer!

All gains measured at the rear wheels. +155 hp/+385 lb-ft

Banks Ram-Air® Intake System

Flowbench developed, dyno proven cold-air intake with enclosed housing improves flow up to 57%; increases power and fuel economy; reduces exhaust gas temps and sooty, black smoke.

Six-Gun® Diesel Tuner & Banks iQ™

Monster Muffler

  • Polished-stainless with straight-through 4” diameter flow path
  • Exclusive expansion chamber dissipates annoying mid-range drone
  • Flows up to 201% better than stock
  • Authoritative, but never overpowering, exhaust sound

BigHead® Wastegate Actuator

  • Doubles stock’s diaphragm area & spring pressure
  • Produces massive torque right from idle
  • Achieves higher peak boost sooner
  • More top-end power

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Alan (Northwest) 9/25/2008 5:18 PM
I installed this system 4 years ago, and have been truely impressed with this system. It took a day toi install and the only part that was needed was the bit to remove the cooling line for the Turbo, however any store would carry it. The other problem is making a big enough hole in the rubber boot in the firewall to pass the connectors through. Once I got through those problems, everything was smooth sailing.