Here’s some mug shots of our upcoming 7 liter supercharged, nitrous and water injected drag race engine.
– Gale Banks
Gale Banks 870S Blown 427″ Dmax. A variety of Superchargers from a 4Liter Whipple Screw to an 8-71 GMC will be evaluated, the Whipple is shown.
Gale Banks 427″ Drag Dmax. The sound of the zoomies is like no Dmax you have ever heard! It’s a very Bad Ass Motor.
Banks Sidewinder displayed at the entrance of the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum at the Pomona Track. If you’re in LA and you don’t see this place then you’ve missed the gear head experience of the decade!
Banks Blown 427″ Dmax goes right here!
Gale Banks “Godfather of Diesel” on the Diesel Performance Podcast: Part 2
Gale Banks returns to the Diesel Performance Podcast and continues to set download records. In this episode, Paul, Danny, and Nick Priegnitz learn about Gale’s work with the new Duramax engine, the L5P. This episode examines the L5P’s bottom end, along with the engine’s amazing performance potential. Gale hopes to use the new design to reach… Read more »
Gale Banks “Godfather of Diesel” on the Diesel Performance Podcast: Part 1
Gale “Godfather of Diesel” Banks sets new records with part 1 of 2, when he sat down with the Diesel Performance group for their weekly Podcast for the first of a scheduled 2-part series. Within the first 4 days of being posted, Gale’s podcast had already bypassed previous podcasts for number of downloads. You can… Read more »
Jon Apogée Appointed Director of Corporate Communications
FOR IMMEDATE RELEASE: Contact: Jon Apogée, Director of Corporate Communications JApogee@bankspower.com Direct line: (626) 691-2178 Jon Apogée Appointed Director of Corporate Communications AZUSA, Calif. October 12, 2016 – Gale Banks Engineering has appointed Jon Apogée to the position of director of corporate communications. Apogée will be responsible for all aspects of brand management, strategic… Read more »
There’s something different about the 2017 L5P Duramax. Well… there’s a lot different, actually, and we’ll cover a lot of those differences more in depth in the coming weeks. For right now let’s take a look at something that would normally be passed over as phony-bologna vents that only make the vehicle design look aggressive,… Read more »