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Learn how to Tune

Learn how to tune EFI (Electronic Fuel Injected) engines the right way. Gain fundamental knowledge and then a practical step by step process for getting any tuning job done. Knowledge is power and whether you are tuning your car yourself, wanting to start a career as a professional tuner or even if you are just wanting to choose and communicate effectively with a professional tuner -  having a better understanding of EFI Tuning IS going to put you ahead of the pack.

Courses like: EFI Tuning Fundamentals, Understanding AFR, Practical Standalone Tuning & more advanced tuning topics like Ethanol and Flex Fuel Tuning

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Learn how to Build Engines

Learn to build engines with confidence. Assembling your own engine can be very rewarding for any automotive enthusiast or professional. Get reliable, consistent and dependable engine building information and an easy to follow, well produced online course. These courses are the perfect starting point if you are looking to build your own engine or bring performance engine in-house at your performance workshop.

Courses likeEngine Building Fundamentals and Practical Engine Building

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Engine Building Fundamentals

Engine Building Fundamentals is perfect for those wanting to learn the correct approach to assembling performance engines. You’ll learn how to select and measure critical clearances, and correctly assemble engines that provide great power and torque, while ensuring exceptional reliability.

Wiring Fundamentals

This course will give you a solid understanding of EFI wiring fundamentals, helping you avoid expensive pitfalls and time consuming mistakes, and teach you a practical and approach to designing and building any wiring harness. No previous wiring experience is necessary and Ryan guides you through the technical jargon in no-nonsense terms that anyone can understand.