weather calculations for racing engine tuning
Jet your car from anywhere with an internet connection. Have a smartphone? You now have a portable jetting calculator.
Real-time density altitude from current weather data at various tracks including: NHRA & IHRA dragstrips, road courses, dirt ovals.
Get your MFI fuel system setup programmed into ProCalc. Even get your dyno data added. You get 1 year of access to ProCalc too!
Periodically, we will be featuring racers who have had success using our ProCalc Jetting Calculators. For our very first feature, we will be highlighting a racer local to us, Greg Means.
Greg's son, Ash, does much of the ProCalc analysis at the track. Greg's racecar is a 7.6 second ET dragster with a blown alcohol small block V-8 racing engine by Means Racing. Greg said he is confident with the ProCalc math and is confident with air to fuel ratio tuning that is the feature of ProCalc.(read more...)
A couple of weeks ago we learned that our home track, Sacramento Raceway, in Sacramento, CA may be shutting down very soon. The track was grandfathered into zoning that allowed a race track but that was set to expire in 2020. The owners have now put the land up for sale but any transfer of ownership will negate the special status the track received.
We will be very sad to see this track go. Bob, Jennifer, and many others in the local racing community will miss this track greatly.
A Facebook group has been set up. Hopefully we will, at least, be able to finish out the 2017 racing season. For the time being, if you would like to see the current and forecasted weather we have on our site, click below:
March is already over and spring has sprung! We have added some new tracks in the last month and updated various aspects of the site. Check out ProCalc and our newest addition, ProTune. Also check out our newest tracks:
- Timberline Speedway - Corley, TX
- Desert Thunder Raceway - Price, UT
- Big Country Speedway - Cheyenne, WY
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