Gale Banks from BANKS Engineering has done it all, from setting Bonneville records to building 1,400HP jet boats. If you're thinking about building a turbo setup, or just want to know why they work, this video is for you.
He's been called the master of boost, setting records since the 1960's Gale Banks if you don't know who he is check out his wiki page https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gale_Banks
Here's a few old records Gale Banks have under his belt.
1982: The “Sundowner” Corvette, powered by a Banks twin-turbo big block, becomes the “World’s Fastest Passenger Car” at 240 mph
1984: A street-legal Pontiac Trans Am with 700-hp and a Banks turbo breaks the 200 mph barrier and becomes a cover story for Car & Driver magazine.
1987: A Banks Power twin-turbo, 1800-hp Pontiac GTA sets a new “World’s Fastest Passenger Car” speed record at Bonneville Salt Flats at 277 mph
2002: A street-legal Dodge Dakota pick up truck built in the Banks Power shop with a 735-hp, 1300 lb-ft, 5.9 litre Cummins hauls its own trailer to Bonneville and sets the FIA record for “World’s Fastest Pickup Truck” with a two-way average of 217 mph and one-way top speed of 222 mph.
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