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!
We Ride in JLTV, the Humvee’s Successor
This article was reprinted from Popular Mechanics online edition. The author is Eric Tegler published on May 25, 2017 “It changes audibly with the rpm, even over the roar of the Banks 866T turbodiesel engine (based on GM’s Duramax 6.6-liter V-8 diesel).” Keep your hands loose on the wheel. I remind myself of this as we fly across… Read more »
Recently Steven Olsewski, editor of Diesel Army, a Power AutoMedia publication, visited us for a day of Dyno runs. At Banks Power, we test and measure anything we do to the engine, and we also test and measure anything we might add to or put into the engine, for example, a lubrication package – does it… Read more »
Marine Corps Could Boost its Banks Powered JLTV Purchase by Thousands
Reprinted from National Defense Industrial Association 5/17/2017 By Yasmin Tadjdeh RESTON, Va. — The Marine Corps is considering purchasing thousands of more joint light tactical vehicles than originally planned, a service official said May 17. The service has committed to an acquisition objective of 5,500 platforms, but could boost that to more than 9,000 if… Read more »
Derringers are sought out for their small size that is easily concealed, yet deliver a powerful double punch. Today we installed a Banks Power Derringer in this 2016 Ram 3.0 EcoDiesel. Can you find it? Not only is it hard to visually see, it leaves no footprint, meaning it leaves no trace, take it… Read more »