Engine Management: Advance Tuning

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CarTech, Incorporated, Apr 10, 2007 - Transportation - 128 pages
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Explains how the EFI system determines engine operation and how the calibrator can change the controlling parameters to optimize engine performance taking engine-tuning techniques to the next level. It is a must-have for tuners and calibrators and a valuable resource for anyone who wants to make horsepower with a fuel-injected, electronically controlled engine.

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OK for the Novice

User Review  - kpp1 - Overstock.com

If you are already somewhat knowledgeable about modern EFI systems and you understand the basics of changing control parameters this would be a waste of your timemoney. On the other hand if you need a beginners primer this would be OK. Read full review

Engine Management Advanced Tuning

User Review  - breezeby - Overstock.com

Was a great book and it helped me alot with understanding what i wanted to knowi would recomend this book to new guys or gals trying to learn how to tune Read full review

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Greg Banish: Greg Banish is a powertrain calibration engineer for one of the world's largest auto manufacturers where his daily routine includes reviewing engine performance and emissions data using the latest in industry technologies. He also operates Calibrated Success, Inc. (http: //www.calibratedsuccess.com), a consulting and training firm where he works with some of the top names in the performance industry and teaches classes across the country. Greg holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering with an automotive specialty from GMI Engineering & Management Institute (Kettering University). He is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA). Throughout his career, he has worked with a wide variety of control systems and performed countless aftermarket calibrations, including many demo vehicles for trade shows and race teams. He remains involved in the performance industry today, providing EFI calibration and consulting services to shops and performance equipment manufacturers. He also hosts seminars on EFI tuning ranging from basic to software-specific advanced courses. Greg is also an avid road racing enthusiast and enjoys instructing at open track events.

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