Snow Performance and Bruce Stafford have turned out this wicked, lifted twin turbo GMC 2500 HD. Forged from the fires of hell, this lifted GMC is one of the finest diesel monsters we have ever seen. Stafford’s GMC utilizes a hopped up 2011 6.6L Duramax LML Diesel mill as its power plant. In its stock form, this turbo powerhouse pumps out 397 horsepower and 765 ft-lb of torque and is capable of running on B20 bio-diesel fuel. While the horsepower numbers are unknown from what we’ve seen Snow Performance, this is one powerful machine.
Industrial Injection Turbo
Stafford enhanced the 2011 LML Duramax with an Industrial Injection Prototype (was then, it is available now) BorgWarner S400 with a 74mm compressor turbocharger kit for maximum horsepower. To make the truck more streetable, Snow Performance installed their famous Max Stage 3 MPG kit which has improved the overall MPG by 2 miles per gallon (estimate of 18.5 MPG over 16.5 MPG), even while running 37 inch tires. Other go fast enhancements are a Snow Performance fuel pump, Line-x bed liner covers the bed as the GMC not only has to be fast, it has to look good while a snow performance water-meth 7 gallon reservoir resides on the bed.
Stafford wanted to show off his trucks new earth shaking performance and what better way of doing that than a big smokey burnout? He spun his rear tires right in Snow’s parking lot which led to an 8.5 earthquake and a cloud of smoke a mile high.