FROM THE DRIVER SEAT
The overall installation went very smooth with no complications. The most challenging segments of the installation, were removing the passenger-side exhaust manifold, and drilling a 7/16-inch hole, followed by tapping it with a 1/4-inch NPT tap (for the EGT coupler) and reinstalling the exhaust manifold. Once the iQ and Six Gun were installed, the Chevy Duramax was an absolute beast. Power was instantaneous and the added torque threw you back into the seat. Drivability was improved with quicker throttle response and any time more power was needed (up to 140 rwhp based on the dyno pulls), we used the touchscreen to dial it in and then held on while the iQ worked its magic.

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Time Spent Working: 3 Hours
Degree Of Difficulty: Beginner

Tools Used:
Assorted standard/metric sockets and ratchet, assorted standard/metric combination wrenches, pliers, wire cutters, drill, 1/8-, 13/32-, 7/16-inch drill bits, tap handle, 1/4-inch NPT tap, torque wrench, antiseize compound, heat gun

Parts Used:
Banks Six Gun Power Tuner / Banks iQ dashboard computer PN63899 $1,220.00

(Prices from Banks Performance and do not include tax, shipping or installation).

SOURCE
Gale Banks Engineering
546 Duggan Avenue
Azusa
CA  91702
800-398-9256
http://www.bankspower.com