Banks Power Bullet Performance Module / Gauge

From $307.97 to $366.52
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2003-2007 Dodge Cummins 5.9L | 2003-2006 Ford Powerstroke 6.0L | 2001-2004 GM Duramax 6.6L LB7
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Three power levels: STOCK, TOW, SPORT. TOW adds about 30 hp; SPORT adds about 60 hp. Power adjustable on-the-fly.


The Bullet is also a Digital Boost Gauge. A separate setting lets you select a boost level that will trigger the visual alarm (a red LED). Adjustable from 20-50 PSI in 1 PSI increments.


FUELING percentage displayed. Stock is always 100; higher numbers are stock + additional fueling from Banks Bullet. (140 indicates 40% more fuel delivery with Banks Bullet.)


Requires thermocouple upgrade. The optional thermocouple equips the Bullet with adjustable temp limiting control. Set the temp limit and save your engine! Fueling limits are adjustable from 800-1500 degrees in 50 degree increments. Exceeding the set EGT limit by more than 50 degrees will trigger the visual alarm.

Easy Mounting & Installation

The size of a standard 2” gauge, Banks Bullet can mount anywhere a gauge can go. Includes a single-gauge instrument mounting panel. An optional pillar-mount console is available.

2-Year Ltd. Warranty

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(106 Ratings, 4 Reviews) Average Rating:
happy camper
ken (bossier city, LA) 6/10/2011 4:48 PM
best bang for the buck if you are looking for a kick in power along with EGT/PSI read-out at a minimal cost. The features and benifits are are much better than ATS automizer and other pressure only boxes out there. Banks does offer other devices such as the SIXGUN for RACING or ECONOMIND for efficiency and tow so look at those if you are looking for a more advanced tuner.
Good for what it is
Scott (Alaska to Texas) 8/10/2010 7:57 PM
This product is not designed for racing against anybody, it is supposed to be for moderate towing or performance...and that is what it does. I drive an F350 CCLB and towed a combined 20,000 pounds from Alaska to Texas getting a consistant 10 mpg. That isn't bad considering the varying terrain. I have finally decided to upgrade to the Economind though for even more power and hopefully better fuel economy. With the Bullet set for Sport and the tailgate down I do get 18-19 mpg with the cruise set for 70 mph. This is from a 6.0L with only 60,000 miles on it. If you want more power go with the Six Gun, if you want more pulling go with the Economind, if you are on a budget this is the product for you.
steve (s.e. mo.) 12/22/2009 2:17 PM
was not worth money, could tell no real change to power or fuel economy
billy bob (upurs tx) 10/2/2008 1:21 PM
Amazing product! I can race everyone and still lose!