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How to use weather in your engine tuning

By Jennifer on November 12th, 2018 in Main News

Recently we wrote an article for Racingjunk.com. In it, we take the weather for an event at Texas Motorplex and analyze how that might affect an engine tune-up. It's a pretty informative article that could shed some light on how to utilize weather data at the track. Check it out:

Air Density Tuning Elite 12 ProMods Drag Racing @ Texas Motorplex Nov. 1-3 2018

What’s new with us – November 2018

By Jennifer on November 5th, 2018 in Main News, Site News

Fall is in full force. We are now working on adding historical weather data to the site. That is one of the most common requests.

Several more tracks were added last month, including tracks from all over the world. If you race at a track you don't see listed, let us know and we'll add it.

Past weather helps analyze your runs

By Jennifer on October 29th, 2018 in Main News

Analyzing the weather conditions in your past runs helps determine what works and what doesn't work in your setup. If you want to add historical weather data to your analysis, check out this article we wrote:

Historical Weather Data

We are working on features that will allow users to check historical weather data as needed. This is part of a larger overhaul of our racing weather section. Around the new year we will be launching these new features.

Water vapor affects your engine

By Jennifer on October 22nd, 2018 in Main News

Atmospheric air is affected by more than the temperature. Moisture in the atmosphere can have a huge impact on how much oxygen is present. Check out these articles for more information.

New article in EngineLabs, also see Racingjunk

By Jennifer on October 15th, 2018 in Main News

Check out a few new things we've done recently.

We have a new article in EngineLabs you should check out: By the Numbers: Tuning with Air/Fuel Ratio and Lambda We have more articles with them on the weay.

Also check out our recent news release: Air Density Online Enables Engine Tuning and Weather From Your Smartphone. We are looking forward to getting our name out more in the future!

2 ways to get density altitude without a portable weather station

By Jennifer on October 11th, 2018 in Info and Education, Main News

Tracking density altitude, air density, and grains of water on race day is useful for a strong tune-up. Many racers bring portable weather stations to help dial in their setup. You already bring a trailer full of tools with you to the track. A portable weather station is just one more item to lose or break. Did you know that over time, portable weather stations lose accuracy without regular calibration? That's one more thing you need to do.

Here are 2 ways you can still get useful weather information without a portable weather station:

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Brush up on your air/fuel ratio skills

By Jennifer on October 8th, 2018 in Main News

If you've been tracking your air/fuel ratio for the purposes of maintaining your engine setup, brush up on a few concepts here:

If you want more detailed information about air/fuel ratio, check out our partner site, RaceCarBook.com for books and information about racing engine tuning.

Fall updates

By Jennifer on October 1st, 2018 in Main News, Site News

We're heading into fall and making the site better than ever. We have a new weather provider that provides more reliable and current weather! We will be adding more weather features soon too.

We are expanding our international list of tracks. If you would like your track added, let us know! Last month we added the following tracks to the site:

Later this month we're heading to the SEMA show to see what else is new the in automotive world. We're looking forward to it!

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