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With a ProCalc membership, you get 1 year of access to 4 fuel injection jetting calculators that will enable you to virtually jet your MFI engine according to the local weather and elevation. You also get weather updated much more frequently in the tracks list.
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- Up to 8 cylinders with up to 4 jets per cylinder, 1 main bypass and up to 2 high speed bypasses
- For normally (naturally) aspirated, blown, or turbocharged 4 cycle, 2 cycle, or rotary engines
- For racing engines on methanol or nitromethane; also E85 or gas
- Up to 3 Baselines for storing different engine setups
- Calculate main bypass and system pressure
- Re-calculate specific engine nozzles
- Export data as a csv file
- Calculations are based on air-fuel ratio which is a proven method of maintaining consistency
- Access your calculations on your internet-enabled cell phone while at the track.
- Ad-free use of the whole site
- Track weather updated approx every 15 minutes
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If you have a constant flow mechanical fuel injection race engine running methanol or nitro fuel, try out Pro Calc for accurate setup and tuning. After 14 days, you will have the option to pay for a full year of access.
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