Banks Monster-Ram Cold-Air Intake
Banks Monster-Ram Cold-Air Intake

Banks Power Introduces Products for Certain Ram Trucks

Banks Power is offering three new products for 2013-17 Ram 6.7-liter pickups. These components are designed to maximize intake air flow, increase boost air density, and can be used together, or separately. They will be on display at the Ultimate Callout Challenge event, set for April 21-23 at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis.

Cold Air Intake

The Banks Ram-Air Cold Air Intake features an enclosed cold-air housing, huge inlet, giant dome-shaped lifetime filter and streamlined design, according to the company. The intake allows 50-percent better flow and greater air density to the turbo's inlet than stock.


The Banks Power Intercooler for the 2013 - 17 RAM 6.7L Cummins Diesel is designed to eliminate airflow restrictions and increase boost air density. It includes oversized mandrel-bent high flow boost tubes, larger diameter inlet and outlets for increased flow, Computational Fluid Dynamics designed cast aluminum end tanks providing uniform airflow into the intercooler core, which is 1.66-inches thicker than stock. The combined result is an overall 44-percent improvement in cooling volume flowing 53 percent more CFM than stock, according to Banks Power.

The Intercooler offers a 55 percent reduction in pressure loss over stock.

Monster-Ram Intake

The Banks Monster-Ram Cold-Air Intake is engineered to eliminate airflow restrictions for improved throttle response, and to be far more-free flowing than stock intakes. 

The Monster-Ram uses an OE-quality custom fuel line that clears properly. This improved airflow allows the engine to respond more quickly to throttle input, and the increased efficiency improves MPG. The cast aluminum Monster-Ram intake deletes the EGR and throttle body, and is available with inlet size options of 3.5 inches (OEM size) to 4 inches, according to Banks Power. 

Available in red powder coat, or unpainted finishes. 

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