Select your vehicle to check compatibility! Select-vehicle-arrow

Banks Boost Tube Driver Side Upgrade Kit for 2013-2019 Dodge Ram 6.7L Cummins 25994

Part# 25994 l UPC# 801279259942
$232.22 Now $209.00
Qualifies for FREE SHIPPING - Ships Out by Next Business Day


Not Available to Ship to California

Product Description

This 6.7L Cummins Banks Boost Tube upgrade kit is the latest in the Banks Engineering family of high-flow boost tubes. Measuring a constant 3.5" in diameter, airflow from the stock intercooler to the 3.5" or 4" Monster-Ram intake elbow is greatly improved. A 70% increase in flow over the stock cold side (Driver’s side) means less pressure drop and air density loss between the turbo, intercooler and intake.

Key Features

  • Designed to give you a greater cooling capacity
  • Increase performance and lower EGTs
  • Banks cold side has 70% greater flow area than OEM cold side.
  • Mandrel-bent aluminized steel construction
  • Constant diameter tubing for the best flow
  • Perfect fit and finish
  • 4- and 5-ply heavy-duty silicone couplers
  • Spring-loaded constant tension clamps
  • Combine with Banks 3.5 Inch Monster Ram 42788-PC or 4 Inch Monster Ram 42790-PC for the most power
  • Works with stock intercooler or aftermarket intercooler with stock inlet and outlet size and location

Produced from high-quality aluminized steel, Banks boost tubes are mandrel bent for constant diameter. This increases performance by allowing quicker turbo spool. Better flowing intercooler tubes improve retention of boost pressure (increases density) between turbo, intercooler, and intake resulting in maximum horsepower. The powder-coat finish stops before the end of the tubes for better grip ensuring the 4- and 5-ply heavy-duty high-temperature silicone couplers hold tight under high-boost conditions. Spring-loaded constant tension clamps maintain a stronger grip to prevent leaks or blown boots. These boost tubes are designed for serious horsepower.

Click here for California Proposition 65 Notice

This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to