MST 220: Dynamometer Operations
Students learn to identify the components and operation of a load control dynamometer. The primary emphasis is on the student learning to use the dynamometer as a diagnostic, data acquisition, and tuning tool. The course will instruct the student in the design and application of various tuning technologies used in current custom fuel and ignition mapping. The student will develop the skills to become proficient in tuning carbureted vehicles.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; MST 140 minimum grade "C"
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