The art of tuning anything high-performance related has been evolving since the days of jets on a carburetor and morphed into a more electronic process with laptops. With more technology being infused into vehicles, the process of tuning is become more complex and requires more training. The School Of Automotive Machinists & Technology (SAM Tech) has answered the bell to assist in educating future industry professionals by offering their EFI Calibration Program.
The SAM Tech EFI Calibration Program arms students with the knowledge required to be able to tune any EFI system and goes beyond just a weekend seminar. The six-month program is packed with hard-hitting curriculum that will help students understand the entire tuning process. Before the students even touch a laptop to tune, the instructions at SAM Tech go over the basics of what happens inside an engine so they can better understand how to apply engine management system calibration concepts.
SAM Tech’s EFI Calibration Program Director Jason Haynes explains what the goals of the program are for those who enroll.
“When students understand the math and physics of what an engine does we will begin to teach a calibration process. This process that we have developed in our curriculum can be applied to everything from your standard factory computers, all the way to advanced standalone systems. With our facility, we can prepare students to work in the industry by showing them how the tuning process works on an engine dyno and chassis dyno as well.”
Check out SAM Tech’s website to learn more about their EFI Calibration Program and what it offers to students.