Banks Power - Ram Air Intake for the 2.0

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Did you say that Banks now has an intercooler pipe also?

Can you post a link?
Hey Joshua! This is interesting, I was on the Banks website last week and they were showing the new 'Big-Ass' intake, an intake that was designed to use with the stock air box but with a larger, smoother intake tube as well as the new intercooler downpipe.

Today I see their website has been updated showing the new Diesel tuner. I wonder if they are updating their website and/or shuffling their product line. I'll keep and eye on it and see if they make additions.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5HJ5REOo6XbFuakJem6TTw

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Hey Joshua! This is interesting, I was on the Banks website last week and they were showing the new 'Big-Ass' intake, an intake that was designed to use with the stock air box but with a larger, smoother intake tube as well as the new intercooler downpipe.

Today I see their website has been updated showing the new Diesel tuner. I wonder if they are updating their website and/or shuffling their product line. I'll keep and eye on it and see if they make additions.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5HJ5REOo6XbFuakJem6TTw

-Steven
Hey All, I need to clear up something I stated that was incorrect.

I said in an earlier post that Banks Power had a intercooler pipe for the 2.0L Turbo. That is not the case. I had been researching intakes and intercooler/downpipes for the 2.0L and was jumping between 3 manufacturers, Banks, Mishimoto and AFE.

AFE Power makes an intercooler pipe as well as offering 4 different intake set-ups for the 2.0L. Mishimoto also makes an intake and intercooler pipe.

It was bothering me that I couldn't find the intercooler pipe I had mentioned and finally realized my mistake. Again, sorry for the inaccurate info posted earlier.

I've attached the AFE link to make it easy to browse.
https://afepower.com/vehicle-platforms/jeep/wrangler/2018-2019-2020-2021-jl-i4-2-0l-t

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5HJ5REOo6XbFuakJem6TTw

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I just asked Banks if the water fording depth was impacted:
It is not different, we are still within the same 30in of water fording that the factory rates. The opening for the intake is above this, tucked in the engine compartment. There is no direct path from the grill to the intake housing compartment. Also, we have a small drain build into the housing to prevent water from being sucked up and causing hydrolock. Additionally, there is a third defense against water intrusion by having a smaller, second drain near the filter coupler sleeve.

Additionally it is now fully CARB certified with the CARB E.O. listed on their website.
 
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