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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
To register, please e-mail me [email protected] with the following information:

Vehicle: Model/Year
What EM do you currently use:
What are you looking to gain from this class?
What aspects of tuning would you like in depth instruction on?
Additional comments:

The date and time of the class are to be determined. My guess is that more people will be able to attend if the class is held on a weekend. The tentative date is Saturday, February 18th @ noon. The class will most likely last 4-6 hours depending on how many register. I will update this post with the registered persons and when the time and date are solidified.

The class will be held at:
Cobb Tuning, LLC
3362 West 1820 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84104

At the end of the basic class, students will be given the option to stay and learn more about tuning the factory Subaru ECU with the AccessECU software.

Please e-mail me with any questions or concerns.

Take care,

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Discussion Starter #2 (Edited)
The class is getting close to full capacity, 20 students. We only have a few seats left. This is the initial registered student list; if you do not see your name and you have e-mailed me for registration please call me at the shop (801) 713-0035 x 109

- Aaron B.
- Adam M.
- Billy B.
- Ben M.
- Brody H.
- Chris R.
- Cole P.
- Erich F.
- Gonzalo S.
- Ivan J.
- Jason Y.
- Jim A.
- Joel A.
- Jonathan B.
- Jonathan R.
- Kirill C.
- Marie J.
- Nick W.
- Randy G.
- Reid B.
- Rich S.
- Rick C.
- Rob T.
- Robert S.
- Ryan J.
- Ryan T.
- Shaun M.
- Trent O.
- Trevor C.

Take care,

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Discussion Starter #3
The student list has been updated. You are welcome and to & I highly suggest you bring your laptop with your tuning software on it as well as writing material. If time allows, we can analyze various dyno plots. If you want to bring a dyno plot to the class for analysis, I suggest you bring it in an electronic format so we can easily distribute or display the graphs.

EFI 101 Training
“Forget About The #s”

Roll call for all registered EFI 101 class mates.
Introduction: A little about me, what I do, and what I drive.
Thank the students who attended.
Overview of the class focus and time line. This class will teach you how to better understand engines, engine management solutions, and their ability to upgrade, various datalogging, system compability, and other features of engine management systems. We will also go over different tuning styles and techniques.

1:00 to 1:10 - Introduction and waiting for slackers showing up late.
1:10 to 2:15 - Overview of internal combustion motors and how they work. Review of various mechanical and electrical functions with class demonstrations.
2:15 to 2:45 - Overview of OBD II and beyond, we must understand and respect how that works because we are in the U.S.A.
2:45 to 3:00 - Answer questions about the above discussed topics.
3:00 to 3:10 - Class break, get up and walk around, get a drink, stretch, chill out, etc.
3:10 to 3:30 - Discussions of different chassis and engine dynos. How to read dyno charts. Review of various dyno plots and what they mean. How to read dyno print outs. Interpretation of various dyno print outs.
3:30 to 5:00 - Introduction of the various different engine management solutions and their components. Review of how they integrate with the mechanical and electronic workings of modern EFI motors. Explanation of the different mapping set-ups and systems.
5:00 to 5:40 - Tuning tips and techniques. Review of different tuning styles. Tuning with mechanical sympathy, give the motor what it wants.
5:40 to 6:10 - Review of the class and what it has done for you. Critique me.
6:10 to ?:?? - AccessECU StreetTUNER class and whatever the class wants to do.

Take care,

BLUE WASABI, (#2 Info Provider)
2008 SG Model D
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I will definitely have to give you props for holding this training for people. Too bad I am not anywhere near local to you or I would be there.;)
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