FAST has announced that it will once again team up with the EFI University of Temecula, California, to hold a series of courses that will cover the fundamentals of set-up and tuning procedures of the FAST XFI and XFI 2.0 Fuel Injection Systems.
Four classes are planned for 2011, with the first one taking place on Wednesday, March 16, the day before the HRR Trade Show’s Education & Training Day, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Wingate Hotel in Indianapolis.
“For convenience, this first class is scheduled to coincide with the Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show,” representatives from FAST said in a press release.
The company will also be exhibiting at the show in the Comp Performance Group’s booth (No. 339).
The course will consist of an intensive one-day session that focuses mainly on classroom discussions dealing with how to properly set-up a FAST XFI ECU system using the new FAST XFI 2.0 software.
Original XFI and FAST Classic users will also benefit from the course. The course is designed for both seasoned tuners and first-timers, and will take an in-depth look at everything from phasing the distributor to gaining an advantage at the track with the XFI optional Intelligent Traction Control feature.
The courses will be taught by racer and tuner Brian Macy, along with members of the FAST technical staff. By taking the course, attendees will receive a Certificate of Accomplishment and be able to make personal contacts with FAST technicians and engineers for follow-up support.
Door prizes, such as a FAST Digital A/F Meter, an analog A/F gauge and FAST apparel, will also be given out. The cost to register for the course is $495. Each class will be limited to 25 people.
To register for the course, go to www.efi101.com.
For more information on the HRR Trade Show, go to http://www.hotrodshow.com/.