Banks Power - Exhaust, Intake, Tuner

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Except that 3rd party tuners are reportedly able to pass emissions standards with better fuel economy, better power, less DEF, fewer regens etc. FCA doesn’t have a vastly different tune simply to appease the EPA/CARB. They are weighing trade-offs that the tuners aren’t transparent about or simply don’t understand.
Ok, you can believe that, but it is specifically to appease the EPA. I've been getting every single car ive owned tuned since 2003. That first one went to 175k, 2 others over 120k (traded them in) and currently my ram (only has 30k miles). I doubt the tuners are as clean and the oem one but its just enough to pass emissions (probably not in communist cali).





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If I lived in a state that would cancel my registration once they discovered that I modified MY property to make it last longer and require less fuel to operate, I'd pack up and move to another state.

Maybe that's one reason there are UHaul caravans leaving California weekly.
 

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I think Oracle decided to move its HQ to Texas, maybe people are finally had it with the powers to be in CA.

I dont understand why the EPA and whatnot get so upset about folks modifying tunes, the # doing so is so miniscule, wont impact air quality, suprised no pol says, pay a 1 time fee and you can modify your tune and skip the inspection, sort of like free revenue for the state.

Kind of like legalizing all the other vices, as long as the state collects $$ they are more than happy to turn their heads.
 

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Kind of like legalizing all the other vices, as long as the state collects $$ they are more than happy to turn their heads.
I suspect the difference is that vice taxes address victimless crimes. Only the smoker/gambler/etc... are impacted by their behavior. I'm not a big EPA fan, but pollution tends to impact society as a whole.
 
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Small update I received from Banks:


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Derringer Tuner for 2019+ EcoDiesel RAM and Jeep
Chassis dyno testing and final calibration is concluding this week on the upcoming Banks Derringer turner for 2019 and up RAMs and Jeeps equipped with the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel engine. The launch of the tuner is imminent, and owners can expect the class-leading horsepower and torque along with Banks’ exclusive ActiveSafety features which ensure delivery of the most power available, while protecting the engine and powertrain.

Derringer will be paired with your choice of iDash DataMonster or iDash SuperGauge and you can add PedalMonster for the ultimate in throttle sensitivity control. Stay tuned for power numbers, details and data!
 

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Which is the difference between iDash DataMonster and the iDash SuperGauge?
 
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Very excited to see results. I still plan a full tune and delete when I get near the end of the warranty.
 

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Very excited to see results. I still plan a full tune and delete when I get near the end of the warranty.
The canadians seem to be in no rush to supply what you and many others are after.
 
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Small update was just sent.

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Derringer tuner coming for 2020+ RAM EcoDiesel
We're just a few weeks away from releasing the NEW Derringer tuner for the 2020-2021 3.0L EcoDiesel-powered RAM 1500, Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Gladiator.

The OBD-connected module adds an impressive yet safe 57 horsepower and 73 lb-ft of torque and is available with either iDash DataMonster or iDash SuperGauge. And, the system integrates seamlessly with the popular PedalMonster throttle booster to make your EcoDiesel feel and act like an entirely new truck And best of all, the Derringer is packed with all the same great patented safety features as our other Derringer tuners. ActiveSafety health monitoring circuitry puts the module back to stock should it detect any internal or external issues. Just like the stock ECM, Derringer pulls back its added power when EGTs hit 1450°F. If it detects transmission slip, again, it pulls back its added power. And, thanks to it's unique OBD-connectivity, it monitors speed, gear, coolant temp, torque converter lockup and more than a dozen temps and pressures. Derringer also compensates for altitude!

What does 57 additional horsepower feel like? It shaves a full second off your quarter-mile time. That means getting onto the highway and merging is now effortless.

If you'd like to be notified when Derringer is available for your EcoDiesel, click the link below, view the test data, and drop in your email address.
 

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I’m excited to see a review on this
is there a way to mount the super gauge onto the grab handle?
 
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