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Part #: BP64507

Banks Power Electronic Pyrometer & Boost Gauge Assembly 64507

for use with Banks Power Six-Gun
Part #: BP64507
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Pyrometer & boost gauge assembly, electronic
Applications: 01-06 Chevy, 03-06 Dodge, 03-06 Ford Designed for use with Banks Six-Gun Only!
2-Year Ltd. Warranty


  • MFG. Number 64507
  • Manufacturer Name Banks Power
  • Shipping Weight 4.00 lb.
  • Shipping Length 5 in.
  • Shipping Width 10 in.
  • Shipping Height 12 in.
  • Fuel Type Diesel
  • UPC 801279645073
  • Warranty Yes
  • Warranty Info 2 Year Limited
  • Prop 65 Prop 65 WarningWARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm -
  • Internal L0.00R0.00


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4.0/5 Stars out of 1 Reviews
Work great
These guages work great I just wish they came with a better mounting kit and maybe look a little more appealing but overall they work great and install extremely easy if you have the six gun or ottomind6.

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Questions and Answers

I have a 2007 GMC Duramax 6.6. I have a Banks exhaust, intercooler and intake. No chip at this time. My exhaust temps get up to 1300. How much is too much and how can I get them down to a safe level under heavy load?
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So the big question is, what constitutes excessive EGT? If everything is working properly, 1250º to 1300º F. is a safe turbine inlet temperature, even for sustained running, mile after mile. Above 1300º F. things can start to get edgy. Remember, excessive EGT damage is cumulative. Over 1400º F., you're usually gambling against a stacked deck and it's only a matter of time until you lose. If you see EGTs climbing over 1300º F., the fastest way to reduce the amount of fuel going to the engine is to back off the accelerator pedal. Another possible solution is to downshift if your speed permits it. For example, while the engine might be capable of producing enough power to pull the load in fifth gear at high EGTs, running in fourth gear at lower EGTs is definitely easier on the engine as long as the engine's RPM red line is not exceeded.

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