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Reviewing for the racing season – Weather changes before and after dark

By Jennifer on March 19th, 2018 in Info and Education, Main News

The time changed last week and hopefully everyone is settling into the longer evenings. Believe it or not, day time and night time have an effect on the weather and how your engine tuneup performs. Check out our blog post from last year about that:

Weather changes before and after dark

Racer success stories from 2017

By Jennifer on March 12th, 2018 in Features, Main News

Last year we highlighted several racers who performed well in 2017. Some of them used the track weather pages on race day. Some of them used ProCalc to tune their engines on race day. Some of them used ProTune to get their best setup. Check out some of the racers we highlighted from last year.

Have you done well while using our site? We'd like to hear about it! We'll write about you on our site and post pictures of your car.

What’s New – March 2018

By Jennifer on March 5th, 2018 in Main News

We're looking forward to lots of racing in the coming months. In the meantime, we're adding lots of tracks to the site. Check out the tracks we added in February.

If you don't see your track in the list, let us know and we'll add it. We can add tracks in Canada, Australia, and the US.

Reviewing for the Racing Season – Historical Weather Data

By Jennifer on February 26th, 2018 in Info and Education, Main News

Do you want to check what the weather was on your best run from last year? Did you forget to log the weather on your best run from last week?

Read our blog post on how to get historical weather data to find out how!

If you need current or forecasted weather, you can get that too. Check out our race track weather page. If you don't see your track in the list, let us know and we'll add it.

Reviewing for the Racing Season – Measuring Racetrack Atmosphere

By Jennifer on February 19th, 2018 in Info and Education, Main News

Racing season is about to begin! If you are gearing up for your best season yet and you track the weather on race day, check out our article on atmospheric variables. This post covers the basics of weather variables you should make note of.

All of the variables covered in this post are provided on our individual tracks pages. Learn a little about them!

And! If you want to try out our online jetting calculators for free, we have a 2 week trial. You can see if it is right for you.

Check out our articles in EngineLabs

By Jennifer on February 12th, 2018 in Main News

Did you know that we are regularly contributing articles to EngineLabs? We have already written a couple with more to come in the future. A couple have even been crossposted to Dragzine. Check these out:

We have another article about horsepower correction coming out soon and more to come after that. Check out Jennifer's bio page on their site for the newest articles.

What’s new? – February, 2018

By Jennifer on February 5th, 2018 in Main News

It's been a cold winter but spring is coming! We're updating the site and adding weather for race tracks all the time. Check out the tracks we added last month:

If you don't see your track in the list, let us know! We are always adding track in the US, Canada, and Australia.

Did you know that you can try our online jetting calculators for free for 2 weeks? There is no obligation to buy and you have the opportunity to see if our system works for you. Fill out the form to get started.

Reviewing for the Racing Season – Air/fuel ratio

By Jennifer on January 29th, 2018 in Info and Education, Main News

If you're getting ready for the upcoming racing season, you might be looking over your current setup to see where you can improve. Over the next couple of months I'll be reposting articles we've written in the past that can help you do that.

The basis for our online mech fuel injection jetting calculators is air/fuel ratio. It's a concept that is used in electronic fuel injection as well as many other engine tuning applications. We wrote an article about it a couple of months ago. Read that over if you want to review the basics.

Using Air/Fuel Ratio

If you've been wanting to try our online calculators and see if air/fuel ratio tuning could work for you, we have a free 14 day trial.

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