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|Six-Gun, Level 6||Stock||Banks||Improvement||Results|
|Rear-wheel Horsepower: Best gain||
|Rear-wheel Torque: Best gain||
|+275 lb-ft||62% more|
|Rear-wheel Horsepower: Peak-to-peak||246 hp
|+100 hp||41% more|
|Rear-wheel Torque: Peak-to-peak||449 lb-ft
|+271 lb-ft||60% more|
|Acceleration, time: 1/8 mile||11.49 secs||10.66 secs||-0.83 secs||7% quicker|
|Acceleration, speed: 1/8 mile||64.3 mph||73.3 mph||+9.0 mph||14% faster|
|Acceleration, time: 1/4 mile||17.53 secs||16.06 secs||-1.47 secs||8% quicker|
|Acceleration, speed: 1/4 mile||80.6 mph||91.2 mph||+10.6 mph||13% faster|
|Acceleration, time: 0-60 mph||10.18 secs||8.00 secs||-2.18 secs||21% quicker|
|Acceleration, distance: 0-60 mph||511 feet||363 feet||-148 feet||29% shorter|
Test vehicle: 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500, crew cab, long bed, single rear wheel.
Engine: Duramax 6.6L LLY.
Transmission: Allison 5-speed automatic.
Horsepower and torque measured at rear wheels.
Engine differences in 2004 vehicles: Early 2004 vehicles LB7 engine (8th VIN digit - 1) Late 2004 vehicles LLY engine (8th VIN digit - 2)
Upgradeable options include Banks iDash and airflow components to build a complete engineered power system.
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