Banks engineers are feverishly at work on an all-new performance engine tuner for RAM trucks equipped with the 6.7-liter Cummins engine. These trucks, which range from 2013 to 2020, had been previously adapted to run the current Banks Derringer in the Banks electrical engineering.
Although successfully integrated, the power output and benefits were nowhere near the level engineering was looking for. It became apparent that there was a need for new hardware capable of doing the additional workload and an all-new approach to access the true potential of the engine.
From rapid-prototyped software-based engine simulation that allows the engineers to sort out what is needed to tune the engine for big power, to circuit board design, to software and firmware everything is done under the Banks roof. A fleet of RAMs of various years and configurations has been gathered at Banks and testing is well underway.
When this new tuner comes out Banks will have a complete offering of powerful products for the RAM.