Superior to stock, everything about Banks Techni-Cooler Intercooler system is bigger. It includes mandrel-bent high-flow boost tubes…large, high-efficiency all-aluminum end tanks…a wide-open inlet and outlet…a thicker core area with an improvement in volume. Techni-Cooler dramatically increases the cooling capacity by balancing the richer fuel mixture with greater airflow and cooler, denser air. Denser air has more oxygen, which improves combustion as well as engine efficiency. Result: higher continuous power and more power at any exhaust gas temp (EGT), better fuel economy and lower EGTs. That’s a truckload of benefits! Banks Techni-Cooler delivers the maximum reduction in boost air temperature with a minimal loss of boost pressure. It doesn’t get any cooler than Techni-Cooler! Mounting hardware included.
Turbos and intercoolers are Density Machines. Increased Boost Air Density…"BAD" is very Good for power. After 58 years, the crew at Banks is Damn Good at making BAD… the numbers don’t lie!
When you compare the New Banks Intercooler for the Ram to stock and aFe, you can clearly see why Banks is better. The Banks Ram intercooler outflows stock 13x better than aFe does, and flows 2.5x better than aFe. Plus, with 55% reduced pressure loss, you’re looking at some serious density increases which equal massive power gains. When you compare to aFe in regards to the performance, and then see that we do it for less, why would you buy anything other than Banks? Banks = HUGE PERFORMANCE ADVANTAGE… lower price!
Banks’ Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) designed, rugged cast aluminum end tanks on the Techni-Cooler insure durability and slick air flow. The same can’t be said for welded-up sheet tanks. Air doesn’t flow well with square corners, and the welds break at high boost when performance is needed the most.
Banks’ Techni-Cooler improves airflow into and out of the intercooler with big mandrel-bent 3.5" boost tubes. The Techni-Cooler system also dramatically increases the cooling capacity — balancing the richer fuel mixture with greater airflow and cooler, denser air. Since denser air has more oxygen, this improves combustion and engine efficiency.