HIGH PERFORMANCE TUNING KNOWLEDGE
  • Unboxing New Dynojet Model 224XLC

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    Unboxing New Dynojet Model 224XLC
    We’re tuners, teachers, programmers, and most of all, car enthusiasts. So we felt like kids on Christmas when we found out we were getting a brand new toy- a Dynojet 224xLC. And when it rolled in on the truck, we couldn’t wait to pry open the box and see what was inside.

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  • Skype Interview with Brian Tooley - Part 2

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    Skype Interview with Brian Tooley - Part 2
    We're back with Part 2 of our two-part series with founder of Brian Tooley Racing and we’re talking converters and common mistakes for those craving a kick-butt cam from BTR.

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  • Knock, Knock. Who’s There? No One…No One At All. Jokes On You.

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    Knock, Knock. Who’s There? No One…No One At All. Jokes On You.
    The Plex Knock Monitor is an amazing device that, yes, may cost you money, but will pay itself off in no time, especially if you tune a lot of Heads/Cams and Forced Induction vehicles. This device has many great features and has saved me from switching fuels or doing huge diagnostics in the middle of a tune.

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  • Skype Interview with Brian Tooley - Part 1

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    Skype Interview with Brian Tooley - Part 1

    We had the opportunity to do a Skype call with Brian to discuss just what to look for when considering a camshaft. Watch this week’s Tech Tuesday to get the truth behind how camshafts provide power, what makes that beautiful ‘chop’ and more.

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  • Oxygen Sensor Novel Starting in 3... 2... 1...

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    Oxygen Sensor Novel Starting in 3... 2... 1...
    When using an oxygen sensor, the sensor has a heat-up time and a dead/off time. The heat-up time is the time needed to warm up so it can read correctly. Anytime you are wide open throttle the PCM once again goes into open loop, not caring what the oxygen sensor has to say. That is called our dead/off time.

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