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!
Another Dyno Day
Banks Engineering has four dynos and we will soon have five. On any given day, at least two are in use. So, you would think that making a dyno run would become blasé. But you would be wrong. Every time we run an engine on the Dyno we learn something and that is never boring…. Read more »
Ever since we did our Banks Twin Ram for the old 12 Valve Dodge Cummins 5.9, Gale has had this thing about getting air into a Cummins cylinder head. Recently he’s been busy on our newest military diesel V8, but now it’s back to the racing equipment business big time! And we can’t wait. After… Read more »
I get excited about every new Banks Power product, but I think we’ve outdone ourselves with our latest digital gauge. We call it the MMI 1.8 iDash (MMI = Man Machine Interface). The team and I have been calling it the “super gauge” because really, that’s what it is. This gauge, and “gauge” is really… Read more »
Gale is back on with with Paul Wilson and Nick Priegnitz. This time Gale Banks returns to the Diesel Performance Podcast for an incredibly deep dive into the L5P top end. Banks holds enormous respect for the next-gen Duramax – it’s ruggedness and power potential. Gale even divulges a specific horsepower number. Paul, Nick, and… Read more »