Banks Power Derringer Tuner with IDASH 2017-2018 Chevy L5P 6.6L Duramax Diesel
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2017-2018 Chevrolet/GMC L5P 6.6L Duramax Diesel
Pickup & Cab and Chassis
Banks Power Derringer Tuner with IDASH
Stop the competition in your 2017-2018 GM 6.6L Duramax L5P with the Banks Power 66592 Derringer Tuner With iDash 1.8. This value priced, feature packed tuner gives you torque and power gains across the full RPM range. Starting off at idle, and marching to the shift point in each gear. Designed to use multiple data inputs such as throttle position, RPM, vehicle speed, AFR, knock, and coolant temp just like your engine's ECU. It's microprocessor based electronics are able to actively and safely optimize calibrations in real time, unlike other products on the market.
The Derringer with iDash has six switched settings. Level 6 produces best in class performance that knocks you back in your set. The Plus setting is for work use and has great mid-range feel. When running Plus with a loaded work truck and/or pulling a trailer, your on ramp merging speeds and passing times are greatly improved. The Derringer is the only tuner that actually utilizes your truck’s ECU to make intelligent calculations!
The electronics are molded into a waterproof connector, which is easily concealed and communicates using B-Bus (Banks Bus) with other devices such as the iDash 1.8 Super Gauge/Control Center. The Derringer connects in line with the Throttle Inlet Pressure (TIP) and Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensors. But, unlike others it also connects to the vehicle's OBDII diagnostic bus connector. A CAN (controller area network) transceiver chip communicates with OBD or B-Bus allowing our microprocessors to talk with the vehicle. And, Derringer's special coolant temp watchdog prevents power addition when the engine is too cold or overheated. The Derringer also auto-adjusts power if knock occurs due to bad fuel....