Powered by a Pacific Performance Engineering Duramax turbodiesel, this track-driven SEMA monster has 800 hp.

The S in SEMA certainly does not stand for subtle (it stands for Specialty, as in Specialty Equipment Market Association), but that’s the point. Walk into the massive Las Vegas Convention Center and you’re met with wild machines that visually scream Look at me! But even in this crowd, the Ripsaw stands out. The half-million-dollar machine is built by Howe & Howe and powered by a Pacific Performance Engineering-prepared 6.6-liter Duramax turbodiesel outputting 800 hp and well over 1,000 lb-ft of torque. PPE also supplies the transmission.

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