Banks engineers just got their hands on the new 2020 Jeep EcoDiesel Wrangler and even before the driver was able to exit the vehicle, they had the hood open scanning the engine compartment and reading sensors. While the vehicle is here at Banks, the mission is to see how the ECU communicates, “sniff’ out what’s being broadcast and what info can be requested with the iDash DataMonster, measure the exhaust and digitize the available space where the stock intake system resides. By doing this the team can start designing the Monster Exhaust system, Ram-Air intake system, Derringer tuner connectors and communication strategy… and of course to ensure that the iDash can see as much of the ECU’s communication as possible.
There’s a lot going on in preparation for some great products for the EcoDiesel Wrangler, but then again it’s the same approach Banks has used for decades. The results are winning products that fit right and deliver best in class power and efficiency.