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Tuning Success Story: Mike Morrison

By Jennifer on July 7th, 2017 in Features, Main News

One of our customers, Mike Morrison, is a tractor puller in Canada. Recently we heard from him that he is doing very well this season! He sent a video from a recent run. From idle to wide open throttle (under load) in less than a second!

What’s new for July

By Jennifer on June 30th, 2017 in Main News

It's heating up here in Las Vegas (where we are based) and we are hard at work. We have a few articles coming out soon and we are working on a bunch of other things behind the scenes.

Recently we opened up our dealer program to anyone who might want to participate. Sign up with our program and you can make money just by referring people to our site. If you would like more details, contact us and we'll fill you in.

Here are the tracks we added in June:

If you'd like to have your track added, let us know. We can add tracks in US, Canada, Australia.

Forecasted weather is currently not available

By Jennifer on June 24th, 2017 in Main News

6/26/17 UPDATE: Forecasted weather is up and running again. Let us know if you have further issues.

Unfortunately, the weather feed used to get forecasted weather is currently down. This means that forecasted weather in the US is not available.

Current weather is still available for all tracks.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Make money by referring us

By Jennifer on June 16th, 2017 in Main News

Have you used our ProCalc Jetting Calculators and know someone who might benefit from using it? Wanna make a little bit of money?

We are opening up our dealer program to anyone who is interested!

Here's how it works:

  1. We will set you up with a dealer id and custom link. That link will provide your referrals with a free 15 day trial of our ProCalc Jetting Calculators.
  2. You send that link to anyone you think could benefit from using our site. They can try out ProCalc for 2 weeks with no obligation to buy.
  3. If they do end up purchasing a subscription, we'll send you some money!

Terms and conditions apply. Contact us for further details.

Great feedback from our customers!

By Jennifer on June 8th, 2017 in Features, Main News

Check out some feedback we've gotten recently:

Rich Hozak, Tuscon, AZ

I know my drag racecar with the ProCalc setup can run my number.
Rich Hozak, Tuscon, AZ

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What’s new for June?

By Jennifer on June 1st, 2017 in Main News

Things are running smoothly here at Air Density Online and we're working on some great upgrades to the site. We hope your racing season is going smoothly as well! We've added some new tracks to the tracks page. Check them out or send us any tracks you don't see on our site yet.

Additionally, we've been writing brief articles to help understand how to use this site while tuning your engine. Check out what we've written here!

Tuning with methanol vs nitro

By Jennifer on May 22nd, 2017 in Info and Education, Main News

The basics of engine tuning involve finding the right ratio of fuel mixed with air to get the right amount of power out of your engine. When you have a familiar engine setup and always race with methanol, that task can become tried and true. When you add percentages of nitro, things suddenly get more complex. Following are some of the differences between nitro and methanol.

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Tuning Success Story: Bill Ketterman

By Jennifer on May 8th, 2017 in Features, Main News

Bill is a drag racer who races a 612 ci fuel injected methanol / nitro V-8 in his very rare 1950 Plymouth racecar. Bill also races a blown alcohol V-8 in a drag racecar. Bill is quite well known in the San Diego area because of his unique setups.

Previously, Bill ran a nitrous gas combination in his 1950 Plymouth. He decided to convert to fuel injection and methanol. He recently started tuning with the ProCalc app so that he could do his own tuning. Now he is working with low percentages of nitro.

"I depend on the ProCalc calculator app. for my fuel injection tuning. I do not have to rely on my engine builder or prior flow bench test any longer."

Bill Ketterman Racing Bill Ketterman Racing
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