EFI University at Haltech USA

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We are happy to announce that EFI University in partnership with Haltech will be conducting their famous EFI 101 and Dyno Tuning workshops at Haltech USA in Lexington, Kentucky.


EFI 101
Fundamentals of High Performance Engine Tuning Using Aftermarket Electronic Fuel Injection

When:  December 2nd – 3rd 2017.  (9:00am-5:00pm both days)
Where: Haltech USA, 750 Miles Point Way, Lexington, KY 40510
Phone: (888) 298 8116
Email: [email protected]

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EFI 101 is a 2-day class and focuses mainly on classroom discussions with a general overview of the basic functions and theory involved in controlling an engine using electronic fuel injection. In-depth discussions about each sensor and actuator used, and their functions are held throughout the session with emphasis on interaction between students and instructors to ensure that everyone understands each concept before progressing to the next.

Once the entire EFI system and its components have been discussed, the class moves into discussions on the basic concepts of how the engine operates and the methods used to actually tune the calibration. Specific attention is paid to understanding how the process of computing the correct engine control is accomplished and the common methods of progression through the tuning process from beginning to end.

After a brief discussion on construction practices used in building a custom EFI system which includes wiring tips and fuel system sizing to match the engine requirements, a live demonstration of tuning will be provided by the instructor to really bring home the concepts discussed in the classroom environment.

For more information and to book your spot go to www.efi101.com


Dyno Tuning Workshop
Advanced Dyno Tuning Workshop

When: December 3rd, 2017 (1:00pm-8:00pm)
Where: Haltech USA, 750 Miles Point Way, Lexington, KY 40510
Phone: (888) 298 8116
Email: [email protected]

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The Dyno Tuning Workshop is designed to help novice and moderately experienced tuners gain the essential knowledge and hands-on experience to move to the next level of tuning. This is a hands-on practical application lab exercise putting into practice everything you learned in either the EFI-101 class or both of our online courses, Intro to EFI and Advanced EFI Tuning Concepts.

The class is taught in small groups of 6 people or less at a dynamometer facility, using an actual performance vehicle and allows students the chance to gain practical experience in Dyno operation, vehicle care on the dyno, building a base map from scratch and fine-tuning an engine using electronic fuel injection.

Future EFI tuners and technicians need to understand that a large percentage of tuning an engine correctly, depends on his or her ability to grasp the fundamental theories taught in our hands-on and online classes and then put them into practice in real world scenarios.

For more information and to book your spot go to www.efi101.com


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After attending the courses the students should be able to build a configuration and base map from scratch by themselves to make any engine start and run, and accomplish the necessary dyno calibration in order to get safe, consistent results, every single time, no matter if it is an N/A, Forced Induction, or Nitrous powered engine.

Special emphasis is placed on “how” and “why” the ECU performs various functions and understanding the tables and their proper implementation for each engine.

Spots are limited – book yours now!