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Gail Banks

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I feel like we should have a thread- everything Gale Banks.

Funny thing is, in person he is more fun to be with than you can imagine, he doesn’t put up with nonsense (bs) from anyone. And with his psyco level of knowledge, he still listens open minded to any and all ideas. Problem is when you think you have a new concept, he goes
“Oh yeah, thats a good one. I think it was 1979 we first tried that and found out...”
 

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I found this pretty interesting. I have never put much thought into the way the diff covers are made.
 

THEFERMANATOR

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Mark at Danville did all these same tests years ago. He was the one that proved stock bottom ends could hold 700hp with his tuning because he includes cylinder pressure monitoring in his tuning.

The one thing that really urks me about him is calling others and there numbers jackassery. Several have pushed 650+ to the wheels on bone stock L5P's with tuning, intake, exhaust, and lift pump. No, it's not ideal, yes it's out of it's map, but they're pushing close to 200hp more than he is pushing.
 
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