Tell us a little about you. What cars you are interested, where you are from and why you are interested in learning to tune.
Hello there gents and gals! I've been a dyed-in-the-wool car guy my whole life and have winded along now for a while before finding this course. I went off to automotive trade school for light auto, HD truck, and generator repair before attending BMW STEP. I've bounced around as a tech, worked on a Pirelli W.C. team racing RX-8s, a stint at a BMW tuner in New Jersey, and an oddball English teacher in Korea.
However, I am an avid rotary engine nut and Japanese car enthusiast as well. (my dream car is an E39 M5, so I'm all over the place)
I decided to take this course to expand my knowledge on a topic that I thought was too complicated for me; However, it appears quite the opposite.
I'm also happy to help anyone with service questions on BMW's or cars in general if I can! Feel free to send me a message!
Welcome to HPA.
Do you have any projects on the go just now?
At the moment I don't have anything going, just studying Mandarin in Taiwan, ha!
I have an 87 RX-7 and 96 Lexus LS400 back home with 320,000 miles on it that I plan to toy around with when I return though.