Gale Banks is in the studio with host Alan Taylor talking about the science behind how he puts so much power into an engine. Plus, the two discuss the new Ram 1500.
Taken from the pages of the world’s largest science and technology magazine, Popular Science Radio delivers all the latest scientific news and product reviews. This episode features Gale Banks talking about the science behind how he puts so much power into an engine. Plus, the two discuss the new Ram 1500. You can click on the “Full Show” below or listen to the two segments that Gale was in. Please note that depending on your Internet connection speed, it may take a minute or two for the audio to play.
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