Turbo Speed Sensor Kit Turbo Speed Sensor Kit Banks Power  Turbo Speed Sensor Kit Monitor your turbocharger speed! Verify your turbo is functioning at peak efficiency and at safe operating parameters with this universal turbo speed sensor designed to fit almost any turbocharger. Requires iDash DataMonster or SuperGauge, plus the 5-ch analog with frequency Module harness (61301-16) that has the 4-pin "Ch-E" connector. This Banks turbo speed sensor is universal and designed to fit almost any turbocharger. Turbo speed is a critical parameter to ensure that your turbocharger is operating at peak efficiency and at safe operating parameters. The data is very useful in monitoring turbo or boost response alterations when upgrading or modifying various components of the boosted air intake system. The sensor is plug and play with the iDash 1.8 when used with the Banks 5-ch analog with frequency module. Setup is simple and only the blade count needs to be input to configure the sensor for your turbocharger. M6 x 0.5mm thread for universal install Plug and play with iDash and 5-ch analog with frequency module Contains internal signal processing circuitry for an accurate measurement Measures up to 400,000 RPM For more information on how Sensors and Accessories can interact with your vehicle, see the Banks Power iDash Common Sensor Scenarios

Turbo Speed Sensor Kit

Code: 66566
$839.00
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 Turbo Speed Sensor Kit

Monitor your turbocharger speed!

Verify your turbo is functioning at peak efficiency and at safe operating parameters with this universal turbo speed sensor designed to fit almost any turbocharger.

Requires iDash DataMonster or SuperGauge, plus the 5-ch analog with frequency Module harness (61301-16) that has the 4-pin "Ch-E" connector.

This Banks turbo speed sensor is universal and designed to fit almost any turbocharger. Turbo speed is a critical parameter to ensure that your turbocharger is operating at peak efficiency and at safe operating parameters. The data is very useful in monitoring turbo or boost response alterations when upgrading or modifying various components of the boosted air intake system. The sensor is plug and play with the iDash 1.8 when used with the Banks 5-ch analog with frequency module. Setup is simple and only the blade count needs to be input to configure the sensor for your turbocharger.

  • M6 x 0.5mm thread for universal install
  • Plug and play with iDash and 5-ch analog with frequency module
  • Contains internal signal processing circuitry for an accurate measurement
  • Measures up to 400,000 RPM


For more information on how Sensors and Accessories can interact with your vehicle, see the Banks Power iDash Common Sensor Scenarios

 Turbo Speed Sensor Kit

Monitor your turbocharger speed!

Verify your turbo is functioning at peak efficiency and at safe operating parameters with this universal turbo speed sensor designed to fit almost any turbocharger.

Requires iDash DataMonster or SuperGauge, plus the 5-ch analog with frequency Module harness (61301-16) that has the 4-pin "Ch-E" connector.

This Banks turbo speed sensor is universal and designed to fit almost any turbocharger. Turbo speed is a critical parameter to ensure that your turbocharger is operating at peak efficiency and at safe operating parameters. The data is very useful in monitoring turbo or boost response alterations when upgrading or modifying various components of the boosted air intake system. The sensor is plug and play with the iDash 1.8 when used with the Banks 5-ch analog with frequency module. Setup is simple and only the blade count needs to be input to configure the sensor for your turbocharger.

  • M6 x 0.5mm thread for universal install
  • Plug and play with iDash and 5-ch analog with frequency module
  • Contains internal signal processing circuitry for an accurate measurement
  • Measures up to 400,000 RPM


For more information on how Sensors and Accessories can interact with your vehicle, see the Banks Power iDash Common Sensor Scenarios