Reviewed By Richard P (WOODBRIDGE, VA) —12/16/2014 4:30 AM
High quality system that installs easily.
Reviewed By Ken O (SALISBURY, MD) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford Excursion —4/23/2014 4:39 AM
Install went relatively smooth for the significant project it is. Power is as advertised. Only issue experienced is the engine stumbled a few times with the chip installed. The nice part with Banks is they stand behind their products and the chip is back to them for their review. In the mean time, mileage is up from about 15 MPG to 18MPG just with the airflow improvements on a hand calculation of mileage. Hopefully the chip comes back without issue and the MPG gain holds.
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