- Magazine Articles
- “ Emissions compliance at the San Mateo Truck Fest”Off-Road Adventures - February 2013
Experts from Gale Banks Engineering will reflash Six-Gun tuners and advise on diesel emissions compliance February 23-24, 2013.
- “ Gale Banks Comes Clean part 2”8-Lug - January 2013
Gale's thoughts on black smoke, DPF delete kits, and more.
- “ Clean Diesel Power”Truckin' - Issue 12, 2012
Once again Banks shows us the path to more power without choking the environment, this time on a 2008 Duramax LML.
- “ Emissions bill debate”San Gabriel Valley Tribune - May 18, 2010
Lawmaker wants AB 32 suspended. How would that affect California businesses ... and you?
- “ Famed Hot Rodder Sees Opportunity in Clean Diesel Tech”The New York Times - online edition
From The New York Times: We sat down with Gale Banks and came away with a genuine hot-rodder's perspective on the future of clean diesel engines and fuels.
- “ Gale Banks Engineering pushes to make vehicles more powerful, fuel efficient”Los Angeles Times - September 22, 2008
Gale Banks Engineering pushes to make vehicles more powerful, fuel efficient
- “ Engineer Banks Strives To Sip Fuel, Burn Rubber”Automotive News - March 10, 2008
For the past 25 years, Gale Banks has been a prophet in the wilderness for the fuel efficiency of diesel engines.
- “ Drivelines Chatter: Gale Banks, Gale Banks Engineering”4-Wheel & Off-Road - March 2007
Gale Banks knows how to make power, whether he's land-speed racing or improving the performance of an anemic motorhome.
- “ Engine Builder Does It Diesel”The Detroit News - May 9th, 2007
Could performance cars like Corvettes and Mustangs and others be powered by diesel engines in the future? They not only could be, but they would be if Gale Banks had his way.
- “ Speed Demon”Los Angeles Business Journal - April 23-29, 2007
Speed Demon Puts Pedal to Metal on Alternative Fuel
- “ Road-Racing Diesels”Truck Trend - November/December 2006
Diesels are coming fast, and Gale Banks wants to lead the charge
- “ Fuel for Thought”Popular Mechanics - September 2005
The future of automotive propulsion may already be here, waiting at your local truck stop.
- “ Diesel Power”Hot Rod - September 2005
For Decades, Fringe Hot Rodders Have Been Predicting a High-Performance Diesel Revolution. It Turns Out They Were Right. Expect Diesels to Be Smoking Musclecars at a Track Near You.
- “ The Engine of the Future: Here Now”Diesel Power - Spring 2005
It's an exciting time to be involved in high performance diesel.
- “ Will Dr. Diesel's turn ever come?”Car and Driver - January 2003
Other than big-rig drivers, Americans haven't worked up much affection for the engine that Rudolf Diesel invented in 1897. Read on to see why that's going to change.