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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.
No matter what you are tuning the these core courses are applicable to you. Ultimately the make and model of engine you will be tuning and the software / hardware you will use to tune that engine will be specific to you but the fundamentals are universally applicable. These courses are applicable to ALL engines and ALL engine management systems.
Once you have an understanding of the core fundamentals (courses above) it’s time to get specific. In the Practical courses below you will learn a step-by-step process which will help you apply the core fundamentals you have learnt in earlier courses in an easy and straightforward way to any tuning job.
Both of these courses include how to tune on a the Road and with a Dyno.
Standalone Tuning: Uses a complete replacement engine management system like: Link, MoTeC, Haltech, AEM etc
Reflash Tuning: Uses the stock ECU. Systems like HP Tuners, ECUTEK, COBB etc
Engine tuning in it’s most simple form is optimising fuel and ignition timing. However modern engine management systems are capable of so much more. These are considered advanced topics that cover a specific feature or strategy you would like to implement.
In the courses above you will find lots of information that explain tuning theories and techniques, in the worked examples above you will learn how those techniques can be applied on specific software packages. In these Software Tutorial courses you will learn specifically about the layout of the software, great for those who already have a strong understanding of tuning techniques, but are new to a specific software package.
These Software Tutorial courses will not teach you how to tune, they will teach you how the specific software package works. To learn how to tune we recommend you start at the beginning of this page.