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The Banks PowerPack Performance Package saves time, money and headaches by stuffing all your performance upgrades into one custom bundle. By tweaking and tuning their hottest components, the performance-nuts over at Banks have packed this powerful, all-inclusive kit into one box.
Chock full of all the upgrades you could wish for, the list of PowerPack components reads like a hot-rod catalogue: Tuner, intake, exhaust, performance intercooler, turbo improvements, tranny upgrades and more. The PowerPack is the easy way to take your rig from factory to ferocious.
Every component in the PowerPack is specifically matched to make your Ford, GM or Dodge powerplant scream. Plus, beyond gnarly horsepower and torque gains, the PowerPack bolsters fuel economy and engine life.
Banks includes all the mounting and installation hardware you need, plus an illustrated installation guide for you do-it-yourselfers. So, get the Banks PowerPack today and discover what Banks power is all about.
Reviewed by Tony T (Port Richey, FL) Reviewed for a 2001 Dodge Ram — Jun 20, 2013 11:06 AM
This performance product is fantastic. I started stock at 17.5 mpg and now getting 21, towing my 37 foot fifth wheel rv was 10.7 now a whopping 12.8. Torque has increased especially in 4th,5th and sixth. Took my time and it went together so easily, did it in the driveway, with everyday hand tools.
Reviewed by John P (Silverthorne, CO) Reviewed for a 1999 Jeep Wrangler — Oct 28, 2009 12:55 PM
It definitely takes some time to get the headers on what with having to remove the intake manifold, fuel rail, etc. but the end result is well worth the effort. My jeep has 33s and a 4 inch lift, and it feels like a sports car now in comparison to the way it used to be. Much more torque and throttle response, and much more powerful overall. I am also noticing a substantial fuel efficiency increase and added about 45 miles to my average tank of gas overall. It also ends up with a very "meaty" yet still uniquely jeep sound. I would recommend the Banks Powerpack system to anyone with a Jeep as I can't speak highly enough about it.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jul 17, 2013 9:06 AM
2000 GMC Sierra
How do I tell. If my 2000 gmc sierra 1500 is air injected or not
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 17, 2013 9:41 AM
Hi, Air injection will have a small tube routed into the top of the exhaust manifold. Air is pumped into the exhaust manifold to reduce pollution.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Oct 31, 2012 9:05 AM
1997 Jeep Wrangler
Will the banks powerbank work with a 97 jeep TJ? and does this pack come with a turbo? Dont see a list of items it comes with.
Answered by Nathan S. — Nov 08, 2012 2:47 PM
There is a kit specifically for your TJ, but keep in mind that this isn't a kit to add a turbo, its an upgrade to a naturally aspirated jeep motor. http://www.autoanything.com/performance-chips/61A1980A0A0.aspxflag Accept Answer
Asked by Mick R.
Jan 05, 2012 5:35 PM
2005 Dodge Ram
What number on the palm pilot should I use when I am towing a fifth wheel and what setting should it be on when I am running empty?
Answered by DAN M — May 20, 2012 5:01 PM 2004 Ford F-250
The best answer I could give you is give Banks a call or an email. I know Banks has an excellent R&D dept. and I'm sure they could give you some help.flag Accept Answer