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2020 Duramax L5P Engine Revealed

Gale Banks takes a close look at the new 2020 Duramax L5P. He compares its upgraded parts to those from the current engine. Find out how GM bumped up the HD's towing capacity to a whopping 35,500 lbs.

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  1. sean rakers

    sean rakers

    7 horas atrás

    Ford guy, but seems an awesome engine for GM

  2. bigsmoke27

    bigsmoke27

    7 horas atrás

    Don’t know how engines work smh

  3. Austin Benesh

    Austin Benesh

    12 horas atrás

    Just discovered this guy and I'm already learning 10x more than I ever learned from superspeedersrob.

  4. Manuel Vallejo

    Manuel Vallejo

    Dia atrás

    dude looks sick

  5. Roger Lund

    Roger Lund

    Dia atrás

    The fact is the last good diesel engine produced by an American company was International Harvester and that engine was the 7.3 L Ford engine. The Japanese have mastered internal combustion engines a long time ago but people still want to say Americans have the know-how to build them the right way. I'm not so sure about that anymore

  6. Roger Lund

    Roger Lund

    Dia atrás

    I wish people would stop calling this a Duramax engine. I worked for Isuzu for many years and I can tell you that they've been in the diesel business in excess of 70 years. They have generators at the North Pole that have 10000 gallon fuel tanks and they only service them once a year. Bottom line.... don't be embarrassed to call this in a Izuzu because that's what it is.

  7. Matt S

    Matt S

    Dia atrás

    Wish I could work for this guy. I would never stop learning.

  8. FansSports

    FansSports

    2 dias atrás

    Awesome! That makes my LBZ look like a Cracker Jack toy :\

  9. Nou Moua

    Nou Moua

    3 dias atrás

    Like 👍👍👍

  10. Mike Brown

    Mike Brown

    3 dias atrás

    Still a fuck Isuzu junker

  11. Alex Naranjo

    Alex Naranjo

    3 dias atrás

    Can he adopt me?? I'm looking for a gearhead grandpa to tell me stories when I visit. I dont care if he says the same story twice, I'll take notes!

  12. Steffin Mezger

    Steffin Mezger

    3 dias atrás

    Nice IZUZU

  13. roger dodger

    roger dodger

    4 dias atrás

    Mr. Banks. Years ago you worked on a modified 454ss truck. A shop truck. I would LOVE to see a video on that thing.

  14. Wayne Powell

    Wayne Powell

    4 dias atrás

    Excellent as always Gale. Just sold my old 1986 Ford Dually with the 6.9 and your turbo & exhaust and not one lick of trouble after all the years of heavy towing. Premium engineering and products. Nicely done once again Mr. Banks.My bucket list is looking at the Cummins/Ram combo if I ever achieve that mark. Continued success going forward. Thanks for sharing this great video.

  15. Lightchaserphoto

    Lightchaserphoto

    4 dias atrás

    Great video how does the l5p compared to the 2020 versions for ram and ford?

  16. Daniel Crawford

    Daniel Crawford

    4 dias atrás

    Now if I only had a spare 100grand to buy the truck n send it to Banks....

  17. NakedDave100

    NakedDave100

    5 dias atrás

    Just another pos ISUZU engine built for GM!!

  18. jose Rodriguez

    jose Rodriguez

    5 dias atrás

    Shit for real???? Why when ford comes up with something new chevy GM copies right up???? Ford announced 7.3 couple months ago and now chevy lol haha

    • K.C.'s RC

      K.C.'s RC

      4 dias atrás

      Are you fucking stupid?

  19. Kurt

    Kurt

    5 dias atrás

    I love your passion and knowledge Mr. Banks, thank you for sharing !

  20. ThePolandball

    ThePolandball

    5 dias atrás

    Just subscribed, looking forward to diving into this content. This guy is an engineer's engineer.

  21. Jennifer Abraham

    Jennifer Abraham

    5 dias atrás

    Did anyone notice the Duramax funny car. 10 years ago it had a cummins. Not any more

  22. Jeff Caldwell

    Jeff Caldwell

    5 dias atrás

    I've been following Gale Banks since the beginning, I'm 66 Y.O. I had a 1992 Ford F-350 Crew Cab with the 7.3 International Powerstroke and wished I could afford the Banks upgrades. If I ever have another diesel, it will definitely be Banks modified. Sir, you are a genius.

  23. navy Guy

    navy Guy

    5 dias atrás

    Gale is an absolute legend, first book i bought as an apprentice grease monkey was his how to turbo small blocks and that was 40 years ago, but father time is catching up with all of us. Long live banks power

  24. c9j9RT

    c9j9RT

    6 dias atrás

    Gale - I subscribed. I would pretty much jump off a cliff if you told me to.

  25. david morrill

    david morrill

    6 dias atrás

    Live it up boys and girls the "greenies"want to put you on public transportation

  26. ViiV Creations

    ViiV Creations

    6 dias atrás

    GM is managing their stuff so bad i wont buy any of their garbage until they get new CEOs. Ford is doing everything right nowdays...LOVE this Dmax but....thats THE ONLY GOOD THING THEY OFFER LOL! the body and technology and price are complete garbage

  27. Fire Fox

    Fire Fox

    6 dias atrás

    If your going to tow, you need torque not horsepower, GM torque converters and transmissions need the improvement.

  28. Fire Fox

    Fire Fox

    6 dias atrás

    The Durashit

  29. roger lopez

    roger lopez

    6 dias atrás

    Are those duramax diesel still made on China like all the rest of the older duramax diesel engines?

    • steveman513

      steveman513

      4 dias atrás

      The 6.6L Duramax is built in Ohio and has been since its introduction in 2001.

  30. HorsepowerTube

    HorsepowerTube

    6 dias atrás

    You the man Gale. Looking forward to your Dyno series.

  31. Monette Fowler

    Monette Fowler

    6 dias atrás

    why is it not an electric fan ?

  32. 603Machines

    603Machines

    6 dias atrás

    What happens during Tow laws and GVW during all this????

  33. Avg Murican

    Avg Murican

    6 dias atrás

    He suggested, I subscribed.

  34. Doug C

    Doug C

    6 dias atrás

    If I was to buy a diesel, this is the guy I'm getting go fast parts from. My buddy bought a package for his Ford 6.0. what a difference. Yes it still had the egr cooler problems that 6.0 are know for, but it was not the banks kit fault.

  35. Howard Stern

    Howard Stern

    6 dias atrás

    You are the man gale banks,best knowledge in the diesel business. Would love to visit your shop.

  36. jokrj

    jokrj

    6 dias atrás

    Gale lookin OLD!

  37. fleurys2

    fleurys2

    6 dias atrás

    This video made me subscribe... I like this guy ! can't wait to see the rest...

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      6 dias atrás

      Stay tuned for more content that we are releasing this spring and early summer.

  38. BackwoodsBrotherhood

    BackwoodsBrotherhood

    6 dias atrás

    What ever happened to the differential cover testing conclusion?

  39. Timothy Thompson

    Timothy Thompson

    6 dias atrás

    I had the honor of meeting Gale when he toured our DMAX plant. One of the most down to earth people I have ever met. I’m proud to be building the L5P and our previous generations of Duramax Engines and getting to watch Gale turn them into complete monsters.

  40. Tree

    Tree

    6 dias atrás

    Pa... Pa... is that you? Please adopt me and be my daddy!😝✌🏼

  41. dazzleyd

    dazzleyd

    6 dias atrás

    awesome,

  42. Makan Tahi

    Makan Tahi

    7 dias atrás

    it looked like hot v but is not

  43. J M

    J M

    7 dias atrás

    I could watch this guy explain all the technical details of a Leaf blower no problem!!

  44. ken cohagen

    ken cohagen

    7 dias atrás

    Can GM really do this, reliably? In 1977 they couldn't make a motor for the Vega/Monza lived longer than the 30,000 mile warranty. My Mother's car had 3 engines in in in 11 months. My folks got their full purchase price back via the Lemon Law in AZ, not an easy thing to do. To see GM doing much more is laughable. Sorry, but after 20 yrs in the Auto Parts field, most of it in management of Engine Remanufacturers. I worked with most of the parts manufacturers in business from 1978 to 1998. There were a lot of confessions from ex GM employees that came to light in those days. Gale Banks is THE MAN when it comes to beefing up the impossible, but it's still hard for me to have any faith in GM, when a classmate of mine who worked for GMAT the proving grounds in Mesa AZ got screwed by his own company because GM fucked up up the oil distribution on their cast iron LSBlocks for their LS truck blocks in 2000. Maybe they figured out how to make their motors live on the cheap after all theses years, but they've done everything on the cheap! Because of the problems my folks had, not only on the 77 Monday, but also on the 81 Citation which they bought a few years later, ill never own a GM product. The funny thing is, when they bought their Monza they could have bought a Cosworth Vega, or an AMC Hornet in the same class of cars they were looking at, and either one would have. Lasted much, much longer. The Cosworth Vega could have brought them a handsome return down the road if they had kept it up, and the Hornet was good for well over 150,000 miles. Not as great an MPG as the other manufacturers 4 cylinder offerings, but much more reliable. But who listens to a kid in High School. Still, a Hornet Hatchback with a 401 would kick ass today if they had bought one! Lol

  45. tlt40s&w 70

    tlt40s&w 70

    7 dias atrás

    Banks is the the Diesel God and the Duramax is a sweet engine. Cummins are good engines but no match to the Dmax. Ford is about 15 years behind in Diesel technology. The ford guys think they have it all lmao. Yes Dmax had problems in the LB7 engines and the LLY was not that much of a upgrade either. Duramax got their shit together with the LMM engine. Dmax engines with the Allison trans is a bullet proof combination. I love the Duramax and worked on them from their inception. Yes ford sells more because owners trade off every year but it’s a fact that GM owners keep their trucks longer. I’ve had my GMC since new 2011. I just picked up a 1ton Doolly with the Duramax and she is a keeper as well.

    • Mobile Tech

      Mobile Tech

      9 horas atrás

      We sure don’t trade off after a year , fleet of 20 plus f550 diesel all 200k no major failures , 550 chassis with a custom built body to house concrete tools , pulling a skid steer , gmc doesn’t even make a chassis to compete , try again I’m not saying ones better than the other but come on

    • squidreuel

      squidreuel

      Dia atrás

      i cant afford any of it, ill just keep my old 12 valve.

    • Mike C.

      Mike C.

      4 dias atrás

      +Nick Nadeau Why? Cuz YOU say so? OK

    • Nick Nadeau

      Nick Nadeau

      5 dias atrás

      Cummins is no match for the durajunk what the hell are you smoking ? Cummins is the greatest deisel ever period !

    • tim vanderlinde

      tim vanderlinde

      6 dias atrás

      I can’t wait for the dick measuring contest between ford and ram now that 1k ft/lbs has been reached. I’m glad gm just proves it’s prowess in the real world instead of upping the competition by 10 ft/lbs.

  46. rockriver15

    rockriver15

    7 dias atrás

    Way to much shit on the motor I'll stick with my lmm.

  47. Rey Vegas

    Rey Vegas

    7 dias atrás

    “I got a pair of them of them here to show u” 😂😂😂

  48. Almedin

    Almedin

    7 dias atrás

    Jesus dude, this engine is complicated as hell, ill keep my cummins thank you very much

  49. Marks Alot

    Marks Alot

    7 dias atrás

    Basically convoluted...... 🤣😉😳🤔

  50. Cory McDonald

    Cory McDonald

    7 dias atrás

    Can’t wait to see your future videos of what that new motor can take

  51. dieselfreak

    dieselfreak

    7 dias atrás

    Banks doesn’t make big power. Industrial Injection does

  52. DURAMAX ANGEL

    DURAMAX ANGEL

    7 dias atrás

    Woot woot 🇺🇸🍾

  53. Art Vandelay

    Art Vandelay

    7 dias atrás

    motor is way too complex. isuzu garbage. real junk.

  54. Art Vandelay

    Art Vandelay

    7 dias atrás

    duramax. LOL real jap junk. who the hell would buy a truck with an isuzu V-8 diesel in it? only an idiot would. cummins. end of story.

  55. No Regrets

    No Regrets

    7 dias atrás

    Why is Banks so much more invested in Duramax than Powerstroke and Cummins?

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      6 dias atrás

      We love all diesel engines regardless of the manufacture. We're not necessarily invested in Duramax more, but the reason why we have more content on the Duramax right now is because of the jump start from our military programs.

  56. Nathan Mohler

    Nathan Mohler

    7 dias atrás

    If there were a dash panel attached the engine light would already be on. Sitting there you can hear the engine tick

  57. Toby Williams

    Toby Williams

    7 dias atrás

    If that damn turbo goes out it'd be a bitch!

  58. Sam C

    Sam C

    7 dias atrás

    Thumbs up for Gale! We need more new guys with the knowledge and respect for mechanics that he has

  59. Danny Williams

    Danny Williams

    7 dias atrás

    Gm playing the behind game with ford and ram as usual !!! Engine might be great but the rest of the truck will be crap ! Can't wait to see this truck pull reviews !!!!

  60. paul white

    paul white

    7 dias atrás

    good to see they have such a man doing the testing

  61. John Williamson

    John Williamson

    7 dias atrás

    Field stripped.... Mr. Bank's probably a shooter.

  62. wzrubicon

    wzrubicon

    7 dias atrás

    More GM junk from a company kept alive by the taxpayers, to this day. GM and Chrysler should have been on the scrap heap of Auto Manufacturers.

  63. Bird Man

    Bird Man

    7 dias atrás

    How do you do advertising and marketing for a guy that blows it out of the water himself, incredible. 👊👍😎

  64. Cecil Hoak

    Cecil Hoak

    7 dias atrás

    Still junk

  65. Hector De Anda

    Hector De Anda

    7 dias atrás

    Gale, what type/brand of oil do you guys use in the Duramaxes and why? I’d like to know the lubrication weapon of choice at Banks Power ⚙️🔧...thanks in advance.

  66. Elizabeth Buttler

    Elizabeth Buttler

    7 dias atrás

    Gale - What's planned obsolescence looking like these days? With planned obsolescence and a profit based industry I'm surprised these new engines can handle any boost at all.

  67. Jason Ricci

    Jason Ricci

    7 dias atrás

    This guy is pure AWESOME....

  68. Andy Smith

    Andy Smith

    7 dias atrás

    Mr Banks isnt it fun as an inventor to learn something new ? :-)

  69. Jorge Kazachek

    Jorge Kazachek

    8 dias atrás

    6.6duramax is a Japanese engine "ISUZU"

  70. j moore

    j moore

    8 dias atrás

    What the hell .....Its 2019 and Durmax still love to slap a hot turbo ontop of the engine to hurt its thermal efficiencie

  71. Gabe.LB7

    Gabe.LB7

    8 dias atrás

    5:13 Scary runaway situation

  72. RODley Pumpkins

    RODley Pumpkins

    8 dias atrás

    Gale is a legend.

  73. Ricky Roan

    Ricky Roan

    8 dias atrás

    Great information....very educational....Thanks Sir.

  74. BundysGarage

    BundysGarage

    8 dias atrás

    Great job Banks! Keep it up.

  75. Alpha Force

    Alpha Force

    8 dias atrás

    I don't think that a current L5P would suffer any mechanical failure towing 35K lbs, so all of these "reliability upgrades" seem unnecessary. There aren't multitudes of L5P trucks breaking down from 'inadequate oil cooling'. Seems to me like this is 'change for the sake of change' that isn't going to translate into any real world benefits...but higher truck costs and higher repair costs are assured.

  76. Miroslaw Mitera

    Miroslaw Mitera

    8 dias atrás

    Im ganna kill a duramax.....and i will get there. Lmao you sir are a legend. Keep them coming!!

  77. jon maciel

    jon maciel

    8 dias atrás

    Someone get this man on the front seat of gm industries

  78. A Sayler

    A Sayler

    8 dias atrás

    Nothing beats a guru!

  79. D Gibson

    D Gibson

    8 dias atrás

    Excellent video Mr. Banks. Now if GM could get them too RE GEN less the particulate filter

  80. Chris R

    Chris R

    8 dias atrás

    Gail Banks is the man. Him and Trump are making America great again.

    • Steffin Mezger

      Steffin Mezger

      3 dias atrás

      Trump 2020

    • svt89

      svt89

      6 dias atrás

      Gail banks for president after trump leaves on his second term 😎

    • Simple Af

      Simple Af

      6 dias atrás

      No it’s just him not trump

    • _King_E _

      _King_E _

      7 dias atrás

      No just him not trump

  81. jody gucwa

    jody gucwa

    8 dias atrás

    Don't forget to tell people about your 70% restocking charge. And that if any thing they purchase from you is missing parts. your sales guys will tell the customer to bad. The missing parts are old school any ways.

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      That is not our policy. If you had a poor experience in the past, we sincerely apologize. That's not who we are as a company today. Missing or freight-damaged parts are FedEx'd without question or hesitation.

  82. Sean Garvey

    Sean Garvey

    8 dias atrás

    My god, don’t die on us🤣🤙

  83. dsruddell

    dsruddell

    8 dias atrás

    we all talk smack about banks... mostly price. well time is money. and proper research is time and money. im not a banks snob but these videos show you how much thought goes into them

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      We "all" talk smack? So, you're admitting you've been a hater for years. 🤣 It's strange that people don't complain about the price for a Rolex, Ferarri or ARP hardware. We put as much R&D into our equipment as they do and about double our next closest competitors. Always have. So, if and when we're more expensive, the consumer should know why. R&D is expensive. It takes smart engineers to make the best products and smart engineers don't come cheap, nor should they. 👍

  84. Joseph Matarese

    Joseph Matarese

    8 dias atrás

    I worked on duramax engines and they sucked to work on. Every thing was buried under the hood . And the emissions devices failed pretty regularly . When the head gaskets failed it was an act of God to fix them . And there could be any one of 3 different gaskets. I don't need or want a diesel . That being said I watch these videos any ways .

    • highjix

      highjix

      10 horas atrás

      I used to own a I think it was a 94 Lincoln Mark VIII, and I later bought a 99 Corvette. The biggest thing I noticed (besides the power) was the quality of the materials. The materials in the Corvette where terrible. Other then the engine and the looks of the Corvette I felt everything else was sub par. The turn signal felt cheap compared to the Lincolns, the leather seats where a joke. I daily drove the Corvette (it was way more fun to drive) and the seats showed it. Even the passenger seat showed wear and tear, but the thing is, I rarely had passengers, so I don't know why the seat was messing up so bad. The driver seat leather died a terrible death but I put a 100k miles on that car. They had a recall on the steering wheel locking up and not releasing. When it happened to me I had to pay an additional thousand dollars because they said the motor the moved the locking mechanism burned out and wasn't covered under the warranty, so it ended up sitting at the dealership for nearly a month. I had to fix the popup head light multiple times because the gearing would eat it's self. I didn't have any of these issues in the Lincoln, unfortunately, it had the AODE transmission. That car was in the shop so often that I bought the Corvette as a manual because I didn't trust automatics anymore. I honestly picked up the car one time, and didn't even make it a mile to get on the highway before the transmission fouled again. The Corvette felt like a cheap car inside but other then a clutch and the engine knock I never had any drive line problems out of it. It was just everything else that drove me mad. My current vehicle is a 2008 F-150 FX4 that I bought new (the other two cars where used) I have over 130k miles on it and I have not had any issues in the 10 years I have owned it.

    • Joseph Matarese

      Joseph Matarese

      8 dias atrás

      I left the auto industry . It was becoming a nightmare . GM products are of poor quality and reliability .

    • Edward Lee

      Edward Lee

      8 dias atrás

      Joseph Matarese Welcome to the modern diesel.

  85. Phillip Patterson

    Phillip Patterson

    8 dias atrás

    I want to see y’all mess with the new Cummins also, get your opinion and everything!

    • Phillip Patterson

      Phillip Patterson

      8 dias atrás

      Banks Power awesome! Can’t wait!

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      You're in luck. We'll be working on the new 6.7L right after our DMAX project.

  86. Bear Fulmer

    Bear Fulmer

    8 dias atrás

    I love all these videos thanks Gale.

  87. MAXIMUMWEDGE

    MAXIMUMWEDGE

    8 dias atrás

    Lots of good updates from GM, sadly only 10% of the trucks will actually make use of those updates. The other 90% of trucks will only see short trips to and from the grocery store or work. The block heater looks identical to early 5.3 LS truck block heaters.

  88. Michael Shick

    Michael Shick

    8 dias atrás

    Really looking forward to the test and iteration process with this engine.

  89. b3877896

    b3877896

    8 dias atrás

    WOW!

  90. Derek Swanson

    Derek Swanson

    8 dias atrás

    Gale Banks is the Clint Eastwood of diesel engineering. Hope I can meet you in person someday, sir! What about pistons, connecting rods, crank, and bearing caps?

    • Dale

      Dale

      8 dias atrás

      That was all covered in the original L5P video that Gale did.

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      👏👏👏👏👏

  91. Jose Falero

    Jose Falero

    8 dias atrás

    LONG LIFE TO GALE BANKS

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      👍😎👍

  92. Donald Williams Jr

    Donald Williams Jr

    8 dias atrás

    D-Max is just the better engine

  93. joshiemerr

    joshiemerr

    8 dias atrás

    That diff cover tho

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      We are road testing and trailer testing our diff covers right now.

  94. Wayne Swicegood

    Wayne Swicegood

    8 dias atrás

    Smogged out nightmare...

  95. IrishSavage87

    IrishSavage87

    8 dias atrás

    Someone tell hime that’s an Isuzu

    • Bradley Rotterman

      Bradley Rotterman

      4 dias atrás

      +steveman513 That's the about the only thing Made In USA...

    • steveman513

      steveman513

      4 dias atrás

      +Bradley Rotterman What about the block? Its cast at the Defiance Foundry in Defiance, Ohio.

    • Bradley Rotterman

      Bradley Rotterman

      7 dias atrás

      It is an Isuzu Diesel...Isuzu's design...to Isuzu Parts Made In Japan...& Then The Parts Are Flown Over To The Ohio Plant Where "They're Built"...

    • Brian Shull

      Brian Shull

      8 dias atrás

      +Banks Power The plant is about 20 miles from my front door!

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      The 6.6-liter Duramax is a joint venture between GM and Isuzu and produced in Moraine, Ohio.

  96. Johnny Lowjack

    Johnny Lowjack

    9 dias atrás

    GM still running a Jap diesel......Powerstroke all the way.

    • Bradley Rotterman

      Bradley Rotterman

      7 dias atrás

      Still A Jap Diesel...

    • Jason Harrison

      Jason Harrison

      8 dias atrás

      Wrong. Duramax is designed and built in the USA. Isuzu joint ventured with GM (DMAX) to design the first version but it has always been built here

  97. conantdog

    conantdog

    9 dias atrás

    Amazing be able to hear this man's experience and current projects. I remember 30 years ago reading a turbocharging book that displayed his work..

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      We have more projects coming out this year. Aside from our Duramax development, we are currently working on our Ford and Cummins programs then, moving on to the baby Duramax (2.8L) later this summer.

  98. John Helbig

    John Helbig

    9 dias atrás

    Mr. Banks, lets talk Billet aluminum pulleys!!! All of them! Will this help in faster rev's??? Better mpg's and longer crank life? Iam gonna go out on a true limb here..... i think SO!

  99. TheRockwell25

    TheRockwell25

    9 dias atrás

    I'm really looking forward to the dyno series.

  100. Blueoyster5

    Blueoyster5

    9 dias atrás

    I may never own a diesel, but I’ll watch Gail Banks talk about them whenever possible.

    • Blueoyster5

      Blueoyster5

      8 dias atrás

      Banks Power oh, no I didn’t mean it that way. I’ve always wanted a diesel truck, just haven’t had a compelling reason to own one. It would be a complete discretionary purchase. Not a bad thing, but not enough of a thing...for now.

    • Banks Power

      Banks Power

      8 dias atrás

      Why not? Diesels are so much fun!

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