RAM 6.7L owner puts PedalMonster to the test

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“I decided to try the Banks Pedal Monster on my 6.7 Cummins,” explains Eris Gutierrez, the man behind the Zia Outdoor Adventure channel. “I wanted to put the Banks PedalMonster to the test in a diesel truck. I wanted to see how it responded to the ever-annoying Turbo Lag. I was pleasantly surprised by how well the PedalMonster performed. Dead Pedal, No More!”

Eris’ New Mexico neighborhood is full of full-size trucks. It’s only a matter of time until he gets all of his friends using the PedalMonster. Once they try it, there’s no going back to stock. 

The Banks PedalMonster makes the driving experience more fun. And it’s unlike any throttle booster on the market in a few important ways. First, it’s OBD-connected. This connection supplies the module with 12v power. Owners of competitive modules complain of check engine lights or limp mode because those modules are powered by the 5v pedal circuit which isn’t designed to power anything but the pedal itself. Its OBD connection also makes the PedalMonster the only throttle booster with Reverse Safety. When you’re in reverse gear, it returns the pedal to stock response. It also knows the vehicle’s speed which allows for Adjustable Low-Speed trim. Let’s say you prefer an aggressive level like Sport 5 but you don’t want to jerk your trailer in stop and go traffic. You can set the Adjustable Low-Speed Trim to ramp in PedalMonster’s added sensitivity above 10 mph. Click here for more performance and safety features