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Quick-Turbo System

Starting at $727.00

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Quick-Turbo System

Starting at $727.00

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Banks Quick Turbo
Banks Quick Turbo
Banks Quick Turbo
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Banks Quick Turbo
Banks Quick Turbo

Quick-Turbo System

Massive Instantaneous Torque
For 1994-2002 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 5.9L Cummins
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MSRP $807.78


Choose Your Quick-Turbo System

With BigHead Actuator
With Boost Gauge
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Developed to maximize turbo-diesel efficiency, Quick-Turbo provides massive instantaneous torque; BigHead Wastegate delivers quick, controlled turbo boost.

CARB E.O. Not Required

Fitment Note

E.O. Not Required
Replacement Part for Banks Stinger-Plus and PowerPack

2001-2002 Hx35 only (245 hp engine)

Key Features

  • Maximizes Turbo Diesel Efficiency
  • Provides massive instantaneous torque
  • Improves Midrange Torque
  • Improves Boost Response
  • Fits 1994-2002 Dodge 5.9L Cummins
  • Option with BigHead Wastegate Actuator included
  • Note: 2001-2002 Hx35 only (245 hp engine)


Banks developed the Quick-Turbo® in conjunction with the Holset turbocharger and Cummins Engine companies, to eliminate sluggishness out of the hole and produce strong acceleration. Quick-Turbo produces massive torque right from idle, achieves a higher peak faster, maintains more boost through the powerband, and doesn't over-boost. Banks exclusive BigHead wastegate actuator prevents wastegate blow-open by keeping the valve seated at higher pressures, increasing mid-range torque and top-end power.

Please note: The Quick-Turbo will not fit 2001-2002 models with the HY35 turbo (automatic transmission, 235-hp rated engine). The quick turbo will fit the 2001-2002 models with the HX35 turbo (manual transmission, 245-hp rated engine).

Quick-Turbo System for use with 1994-2002 Dodge 5.9L

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