A few months back Team RV Magazine was invited to spend a day at Gale Banks Engineering in Azusa, California. It’s an industry-leading facility that honestly made us feel more like we were getting a behind-the-scenes tour of a NASA facility. One of the coolest and most useful tools we found that day was the new Banks IQ Flash programmer.
The Banks IQ Flash man-machine interface is a performance programmer with diagnostic and gauge capabilities that plugs into the diagnostic port of most any OBD2 vehicle (1996 and newer). The huge 5-inch touch-screen gives access to a plethora of useful applications from GPS information to performance tuning, navigation, back-up cameras and more. With dozens of options and upgrades there’s seemingly nothing this system won’t do.
Versus the prior Banks IQ, the new Flash has more memory at 4GB, a quicker GPS update rate
We tested the Banks IQ Flash on a 2008 Class-A Damon Motor Coach. The install took literal
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