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BANKS RAM AIR & SUPER SCOOP 07.5-10 CHEVY GMC 6.6L DURAMAX

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Banks Ram-Air® Intake & Super Scoop

Emissions compliant: CARB E.O. D-161-100

Application: 2007.5-2010 Chevy/GMC 2500/3500 Silverado (New Body Style) 6.6L Duramax LMM

Testing, testing & more testing.

Banks Ram-Air Intake Systems are tested and proven. They start out as CAD software prototypes and are put through flow simulations. After a hardware prototype is made, it's tested on a flowbench. Then it's tested on the vehicle. And finally, Banks' density-tests the Ram-Air against stock and many competitors.

 Proven design. Proven performance.

Thanks to its enclosed cold-air housing, huge inlet, giant dome-shaped lifetime filter and streamlined design, Banks Ram-Air Intake maximizes the flow of cool, dense air to the engine for greater power and fuel economy. It flows 47% better than stock. And delivers greater air density to the turbo's inlet than the stock system and every competitor tested! Add on the optional Super-Scoop, and the results are even better!

 It's all about density.

And Banks Ram-Air Intakes deliver. The harder you work your truck, the more Banks Ram-Air Intake improves power and fuel economy!

 Longer service life, too.

An aftermarket exclusive: with 5" bellows, Banks Ram-Air accommodates engine movement, which protects the components and extends service life. What's more, Ram-Air is designed to not cause fault or error codes.

Banks Super-Scoop®

The more air you can flow through your engine, the more oxygen will be available for burning fuel. That means greater, more efficient combustion, which results in more power. This is where the Banks Ram-Air Intake System with optional Super-Scoop® comes in. The cold air box’s huge bottom opening and optional Super-Scoop inlet are engineered to inhale cooler, denser air from outside the vehicle. Stock systems don’t draw the cooler air from underneath, and many aftermarket “filter on a stick” designs leave the filter wide-open to all the hot underhood air, which robs you of power.