World's Fastest: Banks twin-turbo Trans Am

Take a look back to 1986: Working with Pontiac, Banks Twin-turbo Trans Am sets new World's Fastest Passenger Car mark (268 mph). Raises mark to 283 mph in 1987 -- record stands for more than a decade. (visit for more info)

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Turbos & Blowers with Gale Banks (part 2 of 2)
It's everything you need to know about pumping more air into an engine for more power. Ram-Air & Boost, turbochargers & Superchargers, gas & diesel... it's all here. (see part 1 here For more info visit

Who the Hell is Gale Banks - Hot Rodding The Military - part 3
Hot Rodding The Military! Pikes Peak Hillclimb-Dyno Videos-HMMWV Drag Races-427” SBC Twin turbo...They’re All On This Video! Here’s part 3 of the NHRA Motorsports Museum,Winners Circle Tour, at Banks Power.

The Boost Gauge is Dead to Me!
Here's a tease. I've got an engine on the Dyno and I've made four pulls. The first was naturally aspirated and the remaining three were ran with an identical twin turbo setup, running exactly the same 20 lbs of Boost. The engine made 580 hp without turbos. The three pulls at 20 lbs of Boost ranged from 1,044 to 1463 hp -- a 419 hp difference at the same Boost ... but not the same MAD (manifold air density). Actually when it comes to engines, there are three air density values that really count. They are; AAD (ambient air density), BAD (Boost air density) and MAD (manifold air density). If you're into forced induction and all you know is Boost...It's time to up your game! At Banks we've been supercharging since 1960 and turbocharging since 1965. We've wanted an instrument to measure MAD and all the rest but it didn't exist. So, we designed and patented one, eight years ago. Since then it's been a versatile and indispensable development tool on all our engine and vehicle programs. If you're into horsepower, take an hour to watch this, you won't be disappointed! Gale Banks

The Great 6.7 Cummins Intake Elbow Shootout 2017
Hey 6.7 Cummins Owners! We Got The Big Horn and we all know Size Matters...but so does The Shape! The Air Flow Bench tells no lies. If you're building a 6.7 Cummins for racing, the stock intake elbow is the first problem to fix! And, choosing the best flowing design always results in the highest horsepower and torque on the Dyno. Plus you'll get quicker spool, greater fuel efficiency and maximize the Boost and manifold air density regardless of your turbo setup! Here's a full flow bench comparison of all the major intake elbow products we could find. But now there's more, we've also added a section on each elbow's cost per 100 CFM of flow gain. The results are eye opening! If we missed your favorite Intake elbow in this go round, we will trade you our new Monster-Ram for yours, straight across, we want to know where we stand against all the competition. Contact Rich Norman, Or call him at 626-969-9600