Ethan Kier, 2012 RAM 3500 Dually

Ethan hasn’t had his 2012 Ram for very long, about a year actually, but he’s already adding parts to his ride. The first Banks product that he installed was the 3.5” Monster Ram a few months ago, and he’s already seen the benefits. “The Banks Monster intake is absolutely amazing,” said Ethan with excitement, “I noticed recently when I went on a road trip to Pennsylvania that it had quicker spool up and I saw an increase in mpg, and that was towing! The truck is my toy hauler. I tow my trailer, my girlfriend’s Jeep, we go to trails quite a bit, so I do a lot of driving.” 

Ethan Kier, 2012 RAM 3500 Dually and trailer

Ethan did his research. “Before making my buying decision I researched to see what was available for the truck, and when that research saw the amount of research that went into making your product, I was amazed. I came to the conclusion that you’d have to be stupid to not go with your product offerings.”

Ethan Kier, 2012 RAM 3500 Dually Engine

During his research, he came across the Banks Ram-Air Differential Cover and the benefits spoke for themselves. He also bought the Ram-Air intake and installed them both at the same time. “Years ago I had another 6.7 Cummins and I bought a competitive offering of the same products that I have from Banks now. Sure, I got a little something from it all, but compared to what I’m getting with the Banks stuff… it just blows the other guys out of the water! Take the Banks Ram-Air diff cover for instance: its design is beautiful, and it works. I can’t believe that no one has ever thought about putting on those scoops on one before! And the best part is that it only takes 4 quarts. Heck, the last one I had took 7 or 8 quarts of fluid. What the hell?”

Ethan Kier, 2012 RAM 3500 Dually Diff Cover