Monday, December 2, 2019

Banks Derringer L5P Duramax Reviews

Despite the limitation, many new Sierra and Silverado owners still want improved
performance from the latest Duramax V-8 without sacrificing any of the driveability dialed-in by factory engineers. Enter Banks (formerly Banks Power) and its Derringer inline programmer for 6.6L Duramax L5P-equipped rigs.

Banks Derringer L5P Duramax Reviews
Banks Derringer L5P Duramax Reviews
When it comes down to it, you want a real L5P tuner. You want something that makes big power and doesn’t kill your truck. After all, you just spent a lot of money on that beast, and according to Banks, the Derringer L5P tuner is the only option you should consider.
“There’s no easy way to make more power in a daily-driven L5P with GM’s ECU and factory turbo, no magic flash or special ‘chip’ available,” says Banks. “We had to go the tuner route, and making an inline tuner for this truck was no easy task. We have almost 1,000 man hours into Derringer development. Fortunately, we’ve been making tuners for 20 years, so we know what we’re doing.”
The Derringer is the only tuner on the market to include “Active Safety,” an active failsafe system that utilizes bypass relays to smoothly transition a vehicle to stock power levels in the event of any trouble signs in the Derringer.
“The system constantly monitors various parameters at over 50 times a second to ensure that everything is operating as it should,” says Banks. “If any competitive tuners lose power or fail in any way, they will instantly trigger a ‘limp home’ mode where all power is lost and the vehicle dangerously slows to a crawl. If the same fault condition occurs to our Derringer, it will gracefully remove its additional power and return to stock power levels without a hitch.”
If you’re in the market for an L5P or even acquired one recently, you can sleep at night knowing you have tuning available for that new truck and it is state-of-the-art. For more information about Banks Power and their products, check out their website.


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