Banks Power SpeedBrake All-Electronic Braking System
From $496.74 to $1,009.26
2004-2010 Chevy 6.6L Duramax LLY/LBZ/LMM
Banks SpeedBrake is a revolutionary, patented all-electronic braking system with downhill speed regulating capability, user-adjustable setpoint speeds (25-75 mph) & built-in safety. It takes exhaust braking to a whole new level by combining intelligent manipulation of the variable geometry turbo's turbine vanes with specific control of gear selection and torque converter clutch application when engine braking is desired. SpeedBrake has various operating modes and settings to optimize braking function for individual preferences and conditions.
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SpeedBrake requires use of Banks Power iQ or PDA
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Works as advertised
1/2/2015 2:58 PM
2005 Chevy Silverado duramax pulling 38' 5er
I would not want to be without this, it's like cruise control for those long steep downhill grades.
Also a great thing on manual mode when pulling on the level.
The local Chevy dealer did the install, which only took a couple of hours including testing (also included install of the Banks tuner).
06 LBZ 2500HD Banks Speed Brake
(Rancho Cucamonga, California)
3/27/2012 5:45 PM
2006 LBZ 2500HD Duramax stock, Coast Highway 101 into Ventura, 7% grade, Trailer - Coachman Brookstone 38 1/2 ft, Truck and Trailer - 22000 lbs, Speedbrake w/IQ set to 55, Transmission set to 3rd gear by Speedbrake, engine rpm @ 3300, speed held gross to 56 MPH, Speedbrake % varied from 75-92%.
Beekeeper retired IA teacher
11/29/2010 1:27 AM
This braking system does what they advertise it to do. I used it for the first time 11/23/10 on the Tehachipi pass to Bakersfield. I set my cruise and the speed brake at 57 and it never broke the pace. I use the Low setting for everyday country and city driving and I don't have to use the brakes except for the 15 mph cut out speed. In Feb. I will give it the ultimate test when I go down the four mile 9% grade out of Death Valley. I am anxious for Banks to complete the IQ with a navigation and media access. It is frustrating having to use two screens to view them at this time. 2008 GMC LMM towing a Montana 2955 fifth wheel.