Banks Power Six-Gun Diesel Tuner 61022
2003-2005 Dodge 5.9L Cummins
Calibrated for racing and sport, Six-Gun is a fully engineered diesel tuner with an unmatched combination of power, safety and versatility. It delivers pavement-shredding best gains of +105 hp and +258 lb-ft at the rear wheels; has 6 change-on-the-fly power levels; is Stacked for Power® to timing and fuel pressure; and has exclusive AutoRate® and ActiveSafety® engine and transmission safeguards.
2-Year Ltd. Warranty
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6/11/2014 12:08 AM
Please don't waste your money on this. I've had it on for about two months trying to get it to work. And though it has a green light and tech support has walked me through everything twice there is no power difference at all. Nothing I do will make it work so I pulled it of. On the fly shifting is why I bought it and now I realize it wouldn't even be that useful if the thing worked. Save you're money and buy something else like I should have and now have to.
Power without the destruction
(bossier city, LA)
6/10/2011 4:53 PM
This tuner is perfect for the guy that is looking to get the most USEABLE, SAFE and DEPENDABLE power out of their rig. It isnt the fastest or quickest because it was designed that way to keep the engine, trans and turbo from tearing up. Look into other more aggresive programmers like "bully dog" and "smarty" if you have lot of $$$ to drop after you have ruined the engine, turbo or trans or give it to someone you dont like as a gift.
Should stayed with Smarty
6/24/2010 1:02 PM
I originally bought a MADS Smarty tuner for my truck. I loved the tunes for it but didn't like how it wasn't shift on the fly. So I bought this to replace it. It doesn't compare. The banks system has less power, less response and less fuel mileage than my smarty. I wish I wouldn't have got this but I will say the shift on the fly is nice and convenient.
Bottom line is, buy smarty if you want performance and buy Banks if you want convenience.
12/30/2009 10:32 PM
I have a 2006 3500 Dodge Mega Cab. It is stock because I use it for work and sometimes as a daily driver,However, I want to add a little more power to it but I am not sure if buying this product would be safe to run it on a stock truck like mine. If anyone has any suggestions please post it on this website. Thanks!
2/23/2009 11:33 AM
this thing is awsome